Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby mr_aleks22 » 29. Oct 2017, 20:51

I have the same problem, but, it only appeared when I put the latest version 5.2.0-118431. When I install version 5.1.30-118389 the problem with the cracked in the sound disappears.!
Especially to understand what kind of problem in question, I recorded a video that demonstrates this problem with sound. https://youtu.be/owd_4EuuFDo. The main thing is listen to the sound on the video.
I really would like it to be fixed
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby artemka » 11. Nov 2017, 18:09

Confirm. I have Windows 10 host, and Linux Min 18 guest and also have sound hiccups/glitches/crackles on Mint inside VirtualBox 5.2.0-118431. What i try to do to fix the problem:
- change Audio device from AC97 to Intel HDA and back;
- changing some ALSA parameters;
- drop number of guest CPU;
- disable APIC, and nothing helps. But. Installing VirtualBox version 5.1.30-118389 resolves the problem. Hope this will be fixed in the newer versions of VirtualBox.
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby ricardobertulli » 13. Nov 2017, 09:23

I have the same issue here
Host: Windows 10
Virtuabox: 5.2.0 r118431
Guest: Ubuntu 16.04

No solution found after weeks of researching, any news??
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby pentagonik » 4. Dec 2017, 18:15

I've just uploaded a new 5.2 test build which contains more fixes regarding "crackling" and audio distortions. Could you please give these builds a try and report back if these fix the issue for you? You can get the latest 5.2 test builds here: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Testbuilds

Thank you!
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby Cdewitt87 » 5. Dec 2017, 02:32

Just tried the 5.2.3 Test build on a Windows 10 PC with XP and 98SE guests and the audio is still crackly and awful on them.
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby pentagonik » 5. Dec 2017, 11:33

Could you please supply the verbose VBox.log file and the .WAV files as shown here: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/AudioDebug

Thank you!
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby DJ Garybaldy » 12. Dec 2017, 17:23

I've had audio issues on Windows 10 & Virtualbox for over 6 months now...

Stuttering audio being the main thing that happens as well as crackly audio. I was told basically that it was "In my imagination" when I reported it...

Its still happening with the latest build of Virtualbox too boot, Audio plays fine for five/ten minutes and then sticks/repeats and i have to shut it down to stop the problem.

Its annoying because I really want to test software on W10 and this virtualbox audio problem is stopping me.

Now I know other people have had this issue on VB I can relax and stop blaming software.

Any chance of a test build with a .deb extension?
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Re: Crackling sound in Windows 10 64-bit

Postby socratis » 13. Dec 2017, 07:30

DJ Garybaldy wrote:Any chance of a test build with a .deb extension?

The test builds usually come in the "generic" (All distributions) package format; the ".run" files. You can always download a generic Linux 32- or 64-bit ".run" version and install that. You might miss some integration features, but that's not what you're interested in a test build, right?
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