Thanks to everyone who contributed on this one. It looks like we've found the
source of the problem.
If anyone has any better suggestion than Blue-tak please come forward.
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> X-BeenThere: ilug at linux.ie>> Michael,
>> I have the same machine as you, with the same problem. I have changed both
> the video card and the sound card since I bought the machine, but it ain't
> them. It's the crap Winmodem that Dell so kindly burden us with. The only
> solution I ever found was to remove the modem.
> You know it's a hangover when you wake up and find that your usual
> existential dread is entirely justified.
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