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Crackling Sound Error
When I had Windows 7 I had to limit the available RAM to 3GB maximum or I'd get crackling sound whenever a sound tried to play. Something to do with the drivers for the Creative X-Fi sound card. ...
Aug 9 '12 at 21:40
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