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High pitched noise coming from the speakers

A high pitched noise comes from the speakers, does this mean that the actual speakers r faulty or cud it be a driver/software problem. it happened jus as i installed some new music software...

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  • kirsten greene Mar 10, 2013

    a similar problem was occuring with my acer. when i plugged in my headphones I could hear my microphone on. I turned it off by going into the realtek HD audio manager and turning off the playback volume under the microphone settings. it seemed to turn off the high-pitched noise coming from the speakers as well.

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Hi, this might me a problem of the sound driver. just uninstall the present sound driver and reload the new driver. then check the sound is comming properly

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