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Re: subwoofer makes a sound at computer startup
1.yes the electric shock can damage the subwoofer
2.some times a sudden switch off or power cut can result in for such issue .
3.for this issue just make sure that you switch on the speaker 1st before starting the PC, then switch on the PC, & while closing time also make sure you 1st switch off or shut down the PC 1st & then the speaker in last
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Please turn off the computer, start hitting F8 at the start-up and then
choose last known good configuration. If this does not work, choose Safe
mode options. If still does not work, please try to restore the computer to factory settings. You can try to hit F11 or F10 at the startup to initiate recovery. If not working, please tell me what error message you get on the screen.
You haven't specified from which computer source you connects this device with. If it is from the audio out socket of the PC, your PC's audio card [or onboard audio] dirive hasn't been installed yet. Unlike WinXP, Win-7 haven't all driver software in its driver cab when it is installed. If onboard sound should energize, the mother board CD should be loaded. There is audio and video drive [normally NVIDIA] drive should be installed. Anyway, you have to install the dirve. Now it disabled. Go to the hardware confujuration of your system, and look whether onboard audio is disabled. If it is disabled, inable it. If there is no driver installed to it, the system will ask CD. Then insert the CD into the CD tray, and follow the instructions. If your Win-7 is registered, you can get diretly into Microsoft site, and can download the driver needed. OK.
In general, your PC's sound card (and its controlling software) will determine what it can connect to. Even the most basic PC would have stereo analog output via the typical green 1/8" connector or a headphone jack that easily adapts to RCA pair for REAL audio connection. Any Line Level input EXCEPT PHONO would accept the PC's output. The output level would be controlled by the sound card software and settings.
The Gemini's Input would accept the Green stereo audio or speaker output from a standard PC, once adapted. Select Line In.
The Gemini's Output (Record Master) would perform similarly if adapted to your PC's audio input, whatever that may turn out to be (usually Mic, maybe Line In).
Find your PC's Sound Controls and enable the applicable input. make sure the volumes of both Inputs and Outputs are turned up.
Though not applicable to theGemini, more-advanced sound cards and audio hardware would have similar adaptable 5.1 or 7.1 (paired) analog outputs and / or digital audio outputs that conform to the s/pdif or Dolby Digital standards.
Sounds like your touch pad may need to be replaced.You can't really turn off the touch pad.Even if your child managed to uninstall the touch pad it would load back the drivers at next startup.Chances are the touch pad will have to be replaced.Its possible the touch pad may be disconnected from the motherboard but not very likely though.
It sounds like you are having startup issues even though you hear it coming on. Sometimes when u have viruses and such you see major hardware inconsistence. My advice download this Free home edition anti-virus AVAST, once you install it will automatically prompt you to do a Boot time scan, which will scan your entire computer for infections at the start-up. That should most likely fix your problem.