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Advent 5712 whines then goes of ,if i then cover mike or speaker apertures i can make whine come or go at will

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    Steven Schalm Feb 15, 2014

    If you type "sound" into the search bar and click on "sound" with the speaker beside it, you are now in the sound tab. switch to the "recording" tab, then find the microphone with the green arrow beside it. Right click on that and press "properties". Click on the "Listen" tab, and uncheck the box that says "listen to this device". After you click "apply" and "OK", the whine should leave you alone.

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