Sound Blasts For No Reason...Why?

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by Trist, Oct 26, 2004.

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    Trist Guest

    I'm having a problem with my sound. Recently whenever I play a music file
    with windows media (I'm using player 10, though this problem was also
    happening with player 9)and I try to jump ahead in the song, the sound goes
    from a low level to super loud. It will go back to the level I've set it at
    if a just slightly adjust the volume control on the player, but this hasn't
    happened before, and I don't know why it's started, or what I can do to
    correct it. And it's not just happening with windows media player, if I'm
    watching a clip on real player (I'm using real player version 10) or I watch
    a video file on Dell's Media experience, and I try to scan ahead the sound
    level jump way up too. It doesn't happen if I'm listening to one song then
    just select a different song, or chapter from a video file or dvd movie. It
    only happens if I try to advance the song I'm currently listening to, or fast
    forward a video clip I'm currently watching.
    Has anyone else had this problem or know what I can do to correct it? My
    computer is running windows xp with sevice pack 2.
    Thanks!
     
    Trist, Oct 26, 2004
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    Acidshort Guest

    I am having this problem as well. It started a few weeks ago, and i am also
    not sure how to fix it. Now that i upgraded to Media 10, the sound starts
    completely off and i can only hear the sound if i skip forward in the song.
    If someone can help us please speak up. Thanks.
     
    Acidshort, Oct 27, 2004
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    BJapan Guest

    It has to be the Sound Blaster Audigy 2. I have two computers one with and
    one with out. The computer with the sound blaster Audigy 2 has this same
    annoying problem. I hope someone has a solution as it is very unpleasant.
     
    BJapan, Feb 24, 2005
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