Newer Post Older Post Home. Is there anyone who still has such issues? Normally a small sticker near to your keyboard will show what type of graphics you have. Almost all the latency values were very close to While I’m complaining, I should point that upgrading my E to Vista Buisness causes several other problems. Yes, my password is:
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Dell Latitude E6400 laptop sound card drivers
Some other forum says “switch off nVidia PowerMizer”. The spikes dropped and I was able to listen in peace to Coldplay.
When disabling the wifi-card, the spikes disappear, leaving behind crisp clear sound! I’m was beated a few days for a many way but my sound dissapointed me all the time. The latency was still high but didn’t appear to affect audio playback which seemed odd. I did – no visible, pardon audiable effects, Any other ideas?
I found out the problem was in ACPI. Perhaps all those E are defective? Version of driver installed with Windows was 7.
DELL Latitude E6400 Laptop Windows XP Drivers, Applications, Updates
I’m not sure if this is a real solution or just turning off stuff resulting in sub-optimal sound quality for my hardware, but seems to work ok on my crappy old headphones. Dell give me a shit Download Windows Vista bit: Then I got an exchange.
Maybe need to restart MediaMonkey. Tuesday, January 13, Dell Latitude E sound problem fixed – and dvd burning one as well.
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Thanks so much for figuring this out! My Dell E was with Vista Ultimate. While this happens rarely, I am basicly forced layitude some minutes after turning on the system in order to safely start using the mouse and more I’ve also got all sound enhancements set to disabled and I’m on vista x Just for background, before getting the right solution, I also experienced that physically removing my DVD-RW drive solved the problem.
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I then tried some other stuff: Run windows updates – install any drivers update available. Thanks for dropping by. I had researched this a few months ago with few results. Beside the Intel matrix and some WLAN driver causing audio problems, there seems to be another cause: I got a few latency spikes of microsecs but I couldn’t notice any audio problems.
I tried it on a spare drive with a fresh install of Vista 32 bit and I haven’t had the audio skip yet though I’m still loading more apps on it to test with.
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I was so pissed off Danish regional settings I have had no skips at all since I applied this solution: Latency varies between microsecs and microsecs. It means you are installing Intel driver by using incompatible operating system, example installing windows XP driver in windows 7. Thank you forever for solving this. For a whole reboot This just keeps getting better. Actually, now that I think about it I don’t use wireless at home so my card’s always turned off in hardware and software.
Now the latency increased drastically to approximately microsecs, at least for some of the “Alchemy” effects not all. Your name or email address: