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Loud noise from speakers when laptop closed/standby

Hello, this just started happening a few days ago. I have a HP dv6000 (does not say t or z, but chose z for a valid product) laptop and whenever I close the lid(goes in standby) it will make one loud noise beep or screech for about 10-15 seconds.

This is coming from the speaker not the hard drive or fans. I am not positive if it is the system speaker or the actual speakers. It is annoying.

Thanks in advance for your help.

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  • dustinw246 Jun 04, 2009

    Thanks a lot, I thought about this yesterday but forgot all about it. I appreciate the quick help. Take it easy.

  • Sovik May 11, 2010

    To Leecom72.

    I have a Acer laptop and was having the same problem, followed your instruction and worked. thank you


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Hi there.
Your microphone is on, and when you close the lid it is closer to the speaker. It needs
a loud noise (like closing the lid faster) and it enters into a feedback loop.
We need to find a way to make the microphone not play back.
Try left clicking on the speaker icon in the bottom right of the screen, and click playback
options. Here mute the microphone, and see if it solves your problem.

Good luck

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

  • Sheriffkenny Nov 05, 2012

    thank you so much!!! it worked!

  • Sheriffkenny Nov 05, 2012

    it worked!!! thanx alot

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