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Speakers clicking every 10 seconds my speakers are making a double clicking noise, can you HELP PLEASE.

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  • Mpisha Apr 30, 2009

    I have almost the same problem.The sound comes from the speakers and if i mute the sound it disappears.I went to the processes tab ansd i did not get the "Fun" virus...SO i dont know what the problem is!
    My Laptop is Dell Latitude 110L...

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THis is due to a virus name "fun" it slows ur system and makes a application of ur folders inside it . to verify that just presss ctrl + alt +delete and go to processes tab and see for it . if there end the procees but it willl come back after some tim better is to format everything even ur c drive.

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