thats what I do anyway when I am not using it.
The crackle is less with the sound driver.
but I don't use wireless when I am on the cable which I am right now.
At 05:04 p.m. 3/12/2008, you wrote:
>Hi Shaun,
>Just turnning the wireless card off with its on/off button should be enough. 
>It should not be using any resources when it is in the off state.
>
>shaun everiss wrote:
>>its off when I am not using the card.
>>this crackle is worse with headphones than speakers.
>>the switch on the laptop is off, do you mean disable my wireless card in 
>>device manager or stop wireless from starting up.
>>I suppose I could try that but I really don't want to,  the switch for this 
>>wireless is off.
>>Turning off the connection programs may make some difference.
>>  
>
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