I actually managed to fix it, it was a driver problem with my soundcard; SoundBlaster Platinum 5.1 running on WindowsXP. But thanks anyway! :wink:jameshowell said:Just as a note James, that could have been down to dust on the speaker connections and in the jack inouts on the back of the soundcard. If the mouse cable touched the speaker cable when it was moved, then it would make the connection crackle 'cos of the dust.
This would be the best thing to cjweck first, before getting into anything more complicated. :lol:
got it in one! :lol:lynchie said:it's a warning alarm, you have too much adult entertainment stored on your pc, delete it now! :wink: