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Hello everyone.
I have downloaded one of the urpod VMs and have tried running a Windows XP VM in Vmware, but after I have started the virtual machine, a problem occurs: a bunch of scratching and popping starts happening from the virtual sound card. I have tried lowering the ram usage, uninstalling it, and reinstalling it again, all with no fix to the issue. Are there any people here who could give me more advice which I have not tried?
Thank you for any advice that may come. I look forward to any responses.

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Hi.
The problem is, on windows like xp or newer I think you will need an usb soundcard.
I had this problem with xp on vm.

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Do you mean like a sound card that would be connected via the USB port? Are there any other options?

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My solution to fix it was this.
You need to have Entombed installed inside of the VM. Start Entombed, then keep it running for as long as you need to use the VM, in other words, stay on the main menu and keep it running at all times. It helps to turn the volume down of all the sounds and music. That's the way I found to fix it.

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Make one or two cores available to the VM, no more.

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I did that and no result, the idea of entombed I think is possible, but I meant the usb soundcard, I do not a price, I do not have one, but I resolved plugging one in when my friend had one.

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A USB sound card is not required.

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since I'm not on my win10 laptop, which hosts the VM'S, but there's a utility, that fixes XP VMWARE audio issues. I found it with a google search last night. it runs in your main OS system tray, and sure enough, XP has no audio issues.

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