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Getting feedback from laptop when no headset plugged in!

Purchased a headset 2 days ago, and since plugging it in, whenever I unplug it from my laptop (E-System 1212) the laptop emits a loud screeching noise which gets worse when I put my hand or any other object near the headset plug. Help! It was absolutely fine until I plugged in my headset for the first time - now it is driving me insane! It seems to be picking up every single little noise, including my use of the touch-pad. I have tried googling the problem but there doesn't seem to be anything out there that can help me. Save my sanity! Thank you :-)

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    wGetting feedback from laptop when no headset plugged in! problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered. here is rear input


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Go START, All programs, accessories, entertainment, volume control.
Mute rear input.

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