When disabling the wifi-card, the spikes disappear, leaving behind crisp clear sound! In reply to Arun B J’s post on November 16, AndiBivolaru Replied on December 14, Theese steps worked on my Dell E Vista bit Business with a rpm hard drive. When I look under my playback devices, sound only wants to play through the Independent R.

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But after the turn This is due to WiFi management issues under Vista of any kind. Hello, I partly solve the issue using the link below everything else didn’t help.

Dell give me a shit I have earlier uninstalled the dell sound driver and am currently using the Vista x64 standard HD driver. The following solved the issue for me: Well, a crappy solution yet again! Unfortunately Spotify didn’t like that and wouldn’t play music until I unplugged the speakers and it would play out of my laptop again.

This thread is locked. Hello, Please help me to resolve the issue I’ve just faced. Sorry this didn’t help.


I am probably one of the strongest Dell word-of-mouth’er out there, but each time my system crashes or gives xound headache problems for no reason, I lose a bit of my loyalty to the else greatest IT supplier IMO out there – all parts considered. 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. EvgeniyNovichkov Created on November 16, I installed this XP SP2 in all the time and installed the latest drivers from dell.

Thanks for the post. But where was I Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.

Audio not working properly on Dell Latitude E6400 with I.D.T. Audio

Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Thanks for your support! Soujd Replied on December 27, I had the same problem and found a fix.

Posted by Gnawgnu at I’m just trying to listen to some music while working, and the constant stuttering was horrible. When ddell the wifi-card, the spikes disappear, leaving behind crisp clear sound! It worked perfectly till the latest update came from November, 10th which I’ve installed just today. Of course, if you do that you’ve got to completely reload your Operating system.


Maybe need to restart MediaMonkey.

Windows 10 Dell Latitude E – sound problem – Microsoft Community

Unfortunately, dell made it clear they won’t develope Windows 10 drivers for latitude e But unfortunately it didn’t change nothing. It was behaving like the hard drive was under heavy load and interrupting the data transfer. Your advice was helpfull. Danish regional settings I have had no skips at all since I applied this solution: I did – no visible, pardon audiable e6400, Any other ideas? I would like to read more on that blog soon.

EvgeniyNovichkov Replied on November 16,