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Old 1st December 2008, 04:55 AM
itchytweed Offline
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F10 dvd install IBM T42 choppy audio playback

I am running a plain vanilla F10 install on an IBM T42. When I am running Firefox watching YouTube, the audio starts popping in and out rapidly every so often. This effect lasts for a few seconds and then comes back in a minute or so.

So I ran "top" to see if there was an app coming up and nailing the system. Every time it happens, I found "ath5k_pci" coming to the top of the list. Doing an "rmmod ath5k" fixes the popping but now wireless is dead.

Any ideas?

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Old 28th January 2009, 05:55 PM
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I have the same problem. Any Ideas?
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