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Phase shifting or flanging audio in WMP 9 on Win 98



 
 
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Old September 12th 08, 10:45 PM posted to microsoft.public.multimedia.windows.mediaplayer,microsoft.public.win98.apps,microsoft.public.win98.multimedia,microsoft.public.windowsmedia
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Default Phase shifting or flanging audio in WMP 9 on Win 98

Unfortanately, you may have to reinstall windows, or it may be part of you
processor may be damaged. sorry.

"William M. Quarles" wrote:

Hi,

Whenever I play MP3 or WMA files on my computer they come out sounding like
they are going through a guitar phase shifter or flanger pedal. Other
programs seem to be doing the same thing. WAV files still play normally, and
nothing else on the system seems to be behaving out of the norm. Does
anybody have any idea why this is happening?

As a helpful note, I did accidentally overclock the processor for a few
minutes, but the system did not lock up. Windows just refused to boot like
that.

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William M. Quarles

 




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