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Old 30th January 2012, 07:56 AM
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Sound garbled just after booting

I have an issue which only occurs for about 20 or so seconds after a reboot (F16 Kernel 3.2.1 Gnome 3.2.1). VLC or skype or whatever are garbled, like there are two sources running, after a reboot. It always clears up but is very annoying. It is reproducible and seems to straighten out after an app (which uses sound,vlc,skype,etc) is running for awhile.
Can anyone suggest a way of finding what is going on? Dmesg shows no errors or warnings. Thanks...
Robert :)
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