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Would any of this have something to do with the odd decoupling of audio from the video?

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Originally Posted By Samurai Fox
Would any of this have something to do with the odd decoupling of audio from the video?

What "odd decoupling of audio from the video" are you referring to?


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There's a problem he and some people have where the audio slowly gets behind the video as you play. I don't have even the beginning of an explanation for that.

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Originally Posted By R. Belmont
There's a problem he and some people have where the audio slowly gets behind the video as you play. I don't have even the beginning of an explanation for that.

Thanks for explaining. It wasn't clear from his posts what the nature of the "desync" was exactly. My first guess would be that he might have his audio device's playback sample rate set to something non-standard.

Samurai, can you please let us know what sound device you have, what version of the driver is installed for it, and how you have it configured? Thanks.


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Yeah, exactly. I hope there can be a fix for this. As stated before, I'm not experiencing any scratchiness or skipping in the sound, just that one issue. smirk

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Uh, how do I look up my sound device? All I can seem to dig up is "Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)"

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Originally Posted By Samurai Fox
Uh, how do I look up my sound device? All I can seem to dig up is "Speakers (High Definition Audio Device)"

Right-click on "Computer" (or "My Computer", depending on your version of Windows), choose "Manage", then drill down on Device Manager and expand "Sound, video, and game controllers".

If all that your Device Manager shows is something like "Microsoft High Definition Audio Device", that indicates that you are using a default/generic driver, which may not be suitable for your hardware. If you are just using the integrated audio device on your motherboard, then just provide the brand and model number of your motherboard and we can look up what audio device it has onboard.


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High Definition Audio Device
Driver Date: 6/21/2006
Driver version : 6.0.6002.18005
Digital Signer : microsoft windows

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Originally Posted By c0d3h4x0r
If all that your Device Manager shows is something like "Microsoft High Definition Audio Device", that indicates that you are using a default/generic driver, which may not be suitable for your hardware. If you are just using the integrated audio device on your motherboard, then just provide the brand and model number of your motherboard and we can look up what audio device it has onboard.


How do I do that without opening my system up? My PC is one of those all-in-one monitor things (like an iMac, but doesn't quite suck). It's kinda like a glorified laptop.

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How do I do that without opening my system up? My PC is one of those all-in-one monitor things (like an iMac, but doesn't quite suck). It's kinda like a glorified laptop.

What is the brand and model of your entire computer then?


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