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Re: Sound files all play too fast - possible driver solution

Postby andy_walshe » Wed, 05 Nov 2003 02:36:09 GMT

I also had my sound files playing at double speed and downloaded 12-15
patch/update files from various sites, e.g. Intel 815 chipset update,
HP/Compaq AC97 driver updates, etc, and nothing seemed to work. I knew
it was something to do with getting a SoundMAX Integrated Digital
Audio driver to replace my AC97 one. Finally after losing the plot
several times with my pc i found the SoundMAX driver on another
similar machine (150 Kb zipped), installed it and bingo! i have calmed
down by listening to my 'Calming' music :)

My pc is a Compaq Deskpro PIII 733MHz 128RAM with integrated sound.
I don't have a place to put the driver i found (is there one
available) but if anyone wants it feel free to send me an email.

Andy

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