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post #1 of 1 Old 08-08-2003, 02:15 PM - Thread Starter
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An interesting thing happened the other day, all of a sudden all audio sources on my computer started crackling and having high levels of distortion. Of course at first I thought it was hardware related. But I found out quickly it wasn't. All audio sounds perfect only when played back in Sonic Foundry programs and no where else. I can crank it and it sounds beautiful.

Now from what I can assume, Sonic Foundry must have it's own audio codec library separate from windows. Let me know if I wrong on that one. I am assuming again that I can fix this all by reinstalling the Windows library of codecs. Now is that even possible? I've searched and looked but with no results. Please enlighten me!

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