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Popping noise while computer is powering down. Any suggestions?

Popping noise while computer is powering down. When I click turn off compurter it powers down ok, but I hear a popping sound through the speakers. Any suggestions?

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Hi,
Lower your main sound volume. Double click the speaker icon in the bottom right hand corner of your windows.(was it maxed out?)

go into control panel /sounds and select a lower bass setting in your sound settings. You usually have a choice of rock & roll ( lots of bass) opera setting, classical etc.. choose one with less bass.

Make sure your LINE IN is DISABLED. It may be causing this static feedback.

You may have blown your speakers by playing sound way too loud. You may need to buy new speakers.

Thank you and Good luck. *s*

Posted on Oct 26, 2008

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