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My system is making a weird sound

Its not interference but its making sort of a whooping sound like going from really low to really low to really high and it keeps repeating. How do i make it stop?

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  • 1fyc Nov 17, 2007

    Me too. I have a new computer and older speakers. I have sound but that incessant Whooping sound continues. I went through window trouble shooting with no luck. Did anyone come up with an answer?



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Not the speaker I would venture, but what is ever supplying the signal - if from computer check out sound card or what ever is running concurrent with the sound card.

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