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Author Topic: New Problems, new question...  (Read 691 times)

mr_unknown

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New Problems, new question...
« on: November 21, 2009, 12:51:03 pm »

 ;D Anyways, I am having problems with sound card this time. Does the sound card only work on one application at a time? For example, I can't play music and watch videos online? or is there a way we have to configure something? Because when I am playing mp3s and later decide to play some videos or movies just to watch while I am listening to music, it says some kind of error saying that the sound card is being used..

Somebody give me some answers. Thx.
« Last Edit: November 21, 2009, 03:40:07 pm by mr_unknown »
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Re: New Problems, new question...
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2009, 10:49:22 am »

If the video you are trying to watch has sound then you will probably keep getting that error. Even if you could play a video with sound and an mp3 at the same time, (which might be possible but I don't really think so) then the sounds would probably just mix together and you would just hear goobledy gook. Pausing the mp3 while you watch the video might work though.
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Re: New Problems, new question...
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2009, 04:41:55 pm »

If the video you are trying to watch has sound then you will probably keep getting that error. Even if you could play a video with sound and an mp3 at the same time, (which might be possible but I don't really think so) then the sounds would probably just mix together and you would just hear goobledy gook. Pausing the mp3 while you watch the video might work though.

Thanks, that's all i wanted to hear. Yea never had this kind of problems before in windows, just never experience this before. So if that's the case I guess I can just use one at a time. I'm just pretty much used to multi tasking all the times and do many things at once.

Thanks alot.  ;D
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