PC is working slow and sound problem

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Hi,

When I am copying the files & I start my (vlc & mpc player), then little noise from my speaker like “ex.ttttttrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaannnnnnnnnnngggggggggg” comes out. And also my win 7 loading is very slow. & also my games are hanging on every minute.

Some people told me it was a dust problem. I used updated antivirus and run disk cleaner delete temporary and recent file and logs. Some these problems do not appear when I changed the SATA cable, but some time it also appears even changing the SATA cable.I can’t understand what is the problem.

Please help me.

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Answered By 70 points N/A #194040

PC is working slow and sound problem

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Hello,

There might be issue with hardware or software that is giving you such issue.

First of all, make sure that the port with the speaker is working alright. Disconnect the jack of speaker, reconnect it again. Then, play any music or movie in your players.

Next, it’s time to get the latest driver for your sound card. In order to get the manufacturer’s name, type “msinfo32.exe” from Run >> hit Enter. From the left pane, expand “Components” >> select “Sound Device”. There, you’ll see the manufacturer of your sound card. Download the latest sound driver from the manufacturer’s site.

Dusts could be a big issue, so make sure to clean up your PC with any blower. It works like a vacuum, just reverse way. It generates huge wind flow to clean dusts from your PC.

Uninstall your media players and download the latest edition from their official site. Download VLC Media Player and MPC-HC. Make sure that the rate isn’t decreased. Such problem would also occur for such misunderstanding of configuration, so don’t change it unless it’s too necessary.

Answered By 0 points N/A #194041

PC is working slow and sound problem

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Hello,

How are you? To solve the issue firstly disable windows auto updates and auto driver updates. It could be a sound driver conflict. Go into the device manager and uninstall the HD, HDMI sound that was installed with the AMD graphics drivers. Perform full antivirus scans by Avast. Install this antivirus and run full scans. Then run CCleaner and eliminate the whole thing it finds. That should speed up your PC. If you have fallow files on your computer, then remove them.

Moreen Jamnelly.

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