Hmmm.
its not that bad anymore with driver upgrades.
A friend of mine recons its because I always use my card.
To be fair i here it on speech, on some games but not actual sounds or music.
and its worse on headphones probably because these are close to my ears.
And its only round when I type things.

At 07:12 a.m. 5/12/2008, you wrote:
>Hi,
>Got you. I'm no expert on the Realtech sound cards. Though, I'm puzzled as to 
>why you are getting some crackle on those games. They don't crackle here, and 
>one of my computers has an l-chepo AC-97 based sound card in it.
>
>
>shaun everiss wrote:
>>No tom its  a realtech hd on a laptop.
>>there are standard drivers for it but my toshiba download site does not have 
>>the latest and judging with all the crashes I had after upgrading last time, 
>>I suspect that the drivers I have are specially designed for this laptop as 
>>there are no new updates for anything from toshiba.
>>I don't even know if things will work well or not.
>>Ofcause when ever I install anything on here there is always a chance it will 
>>be rood.
>>I can't run klango for the same reason the system gets unstable, I have to 
>>uninstall it, and restart it a few times as well as do some other things to 
>>get it back to a reasonable state.
>>I Only reconise the crackles in headphones but they are getting quite bad.
>>  
>
>
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