laptop speakers going slow.


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    laptop speakers going slow.


    my asus x553m speakers are going slow. the speed of say a video on you tube is still going alright. just when a song comes on or a news report. they speak like robots really slow...... does anyone know what this might be? or how do I fix it...... I have a feeling it might be hardware but not to sure.
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    Speakers can't go slow or fast, it's your sound chip doing it, check for other sound drivers.
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    CountMike said:
    Speakers can't go slow or fast, it's your sound chip doing it, check for other sound drivers.
    thanks mate it was doing some crazy stuff...I took your advice for the sound drives, and my graphics card needed updating. I was just wondering device manager is that where you go to, if anything is broken??? thanks again mate I really appreciate it
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    lach222 said:
    thanks mate it was doing some crazy stuff...I took your advice for the sound drives, and my graphics card needed updating. I was just wondering device manager is that where you go to, if anything is broken??? thanks again mate I really appreciate it
    Yes, Device manager shows all devices that use drivers. Took a fast look at that computer's specs and shows some " ASUS Sonic Studio" as sound. Here are drivers for it: X553MA | Notebooks | ASUS Global
    some update may have changed drivers so you should check in device manager if they are same version and maybe install them.
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    cheers mate I will be sure to check them out
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