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Surround (Legacy) crackling

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Uzuti, Jul 20, 2020.

  1. Just updated a bunch of windows stuff and it broke my audio I have the crackling even after I fresh install I use corsair void pros.
     
  2. I found a solution by downloading the previous version of windows (1909) here:
    https://www.itechtics.com/windows-10-1909/
    After i installed it i did an update only once (it was some updates for the 1909 ver.) and after that disable automatic updates.
    btw i didn't have this problem before (idk how) i encountered it now because i did a fresh windows install...
     
  3. Laucha99

    Laucha99 New Member

    Hello, i have an ASUS X570 Tuf Gaming Plus and i have the crackling noise too. Im now downloading BlueStacks let's hope its works. Sorry if my english is bad, is not my native language
     
  4. Laucha99

    Laucha99 New Member

    Yeah, just install BlueStacks and it works, and works playing games too [was playing the hunter call of the wild and no problem at all]

    Thanks you so much :]
     
  5. Lonsler

    Lonsler New Member

    WTF, BlueStacks worked. Like instantly after install without having to do a thing - just run it. Unfortunately another program to run in the background, but yeah, it's ridiculous but it works.
     
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  6. anevilpigeon123

    anevilpigeon123 New Member

    worked for me too
     
  7. Ok, this is my alternative and so far the easiest workaround for this. I discovered it by accident.
    You don't need to install, rollback or reconfigure anything.

    1. Right-click the volume icon from the taskbar. Click "Sounds" - http://prntscr.com/wasdc6
    2. Click on the "Recording" tab. - http://prntscr.com/wasdz6
    4. Leave the Sound dialog window and the "Recording" tab open
    5. Drag it to any corner so that it doesn't block your view. I prefer moving it to the bottom-right corner where on a couple of pixels of the said window is open. - http://prntscr.com/waseaz

    I am not sure why that works but it simply works for me. I hope it does for you as well.
     
  8. yongwolrang

    yongwolrang New Member

    Here is a fix(99% :wink_:) if you guys still need it ..

    download and install GameLoop Emulator(i don't know if this works in BlueStacks too) ..
    download and COMPLETE installation of Call of Duty mobile (not sure if this will work with other games too)

    after you completed the steps you can exit them.. you don't need to always run the emulator or the game ... just don't uninstall.
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2021
  9. Billyoz

    Billyoz New Member

    do you run it in background?
     
  10. yongwolrang

    yongwolrang New Member

    no, not at all.
     
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