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Computer speakers Everything on my computer sounds like it is running at high speed. Everyone sounds like mini mouse what do I do.

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You might have to slow down the speed/tempo of your speakers by going to the start menu, click on the settings button, click on control panel, and click on the sounds and audio devices and set the tempo to normal.

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