Choppy/Skipping audio when wireless is turned on DELL Studio 1735.

Choppy/Skipping audio when wireless is turned on Studio 1735.

If Disabling your wireless card – Using Fn+F2 or the wireless switch,
improves audio playback, then try disabling wireless band “a“.

Here’s what you can do:

1. Go to: Start –> Control Panel –> Device Manager.
2. Click the plus (+) sign next to “Network Adapters“.
3. Right-click on your wireless adapter and select “Properties“.
4. Go to the “Advanced” tab.
5. Select “Disable Bands“.
6. Pull down “Disable 802.11a“.
7. Click “Apply“.

**Your settings may be different on the advanced tab.
You may need to select “Wireless Mode” under property and then set the value to 802.1b/g.

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One Response to “Choppy/Skipping audio when wireless is turned on DELL Studio 1735.”

  1. Dale Frost Says:

    This works well but you can still hear it slightly at times, is there any more changes that can be made?
    I know if you turn the wireless off or disconnect from your router it works perfectley but it should work anyway


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