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M2N-E SLI USB Audio c-media cm6501 STATIC

By kanofski
Oct 21, 2011
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  1. Hay all.

    This is my first post here so first of, HELLO all members of techspot I hope some of u would spere some neurons for my question..

    I have a strage problem with my USB Audio "c-media cm6501" on a M2N-E SLI mobo.

    sometimes my audio just jumps to horible static. it hapents for no reason.
    so i testet the drivers in windows 7 x64 but there ok. when i boot up my debian OS its the same problem "STATIC" so this rules out a driver problem.

    i ones had this problem before, I thought it was broken hardware so it put in a PCI audio card and disabled it in the BIOS and whent on with my life. after a while i removed the pci card an jakt it back in the onboard audio. and it WORKT agean the STATIC was gone.

    and today the problem is BACK.
    so what i did.

    --checked the driver's linux and windows
    --bios UPDATE to latest revision
    --checkt BIOS settings
    --turnt usb audio on and off in the bios
    --cleant the audio jack's

    but stil have the problem. my pci audio card is bricked so can't use that anymore.

    does someone have a tip on how to fix this????
  2. tweakboy

    tweakboy TechSpot Maniac Posts: 518

    Get a dedicated sound card my friend. gl USB audio will give horrible DPC latency....thx, gl,
  3. kanofski

    kanofski Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    hay thenkx for your replay

    but did a check on that but is wel within the green zone about 200us.
    so it can't be that. right??

    greets ;)
  4. tweakboy

    tweakboy TechSpot Maniac Posts: 518

    Perhaps a driver fix might fix this issue. Uninstalling old drivers from safe mode. Then go to normal mode and install latest non beta sound drivers.. gl


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