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What exactly is the problem?
Your computer becomes slow?
Maybe disable the Wavemax audio driver.
Open the startmenu, type:
Tab when this program opens and you are in a list.
Find the Wavemax audio driver. I don' have the exact name, something
with Wavemax I thought.
Right click on it and choose properties.
Set startup type: disable.
Your sound will still work without this driver.
Kind regards, Marten
On Wed, 12 Jan 2022 10:37:30 -0500 "Fred Adams" <w4hc@...> wrote:
I have a Del desktop computer about 5 months old and I am having an audio
problem that I can not find solution to. The problem is very basey audio
after Del upgrades about December 8, 2021 and before del upgrades the audio
was great. I have checked every setting that I can possibly think of
without success. Jaws is not the problem as jaws is working fine. I am
thinking of calling Dell for help as the problem seems to be in the computer
settings someplace. If anyone on the list has called del for help I would
like to know how things worked out for you. I have checked programs and
features etc but find nothing there. Any suggestions will be greatly
appreciated. Also, on you tube it is so basey that I can not listen. I know
that this is a blundering message but hope it can be understood. I am
using W10 and latest jaws..
FRED C. ADAMS W4HC
THE HOUR IS LATE AND
THE DAY IS AT HAND