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Since having Uverse installed, my wireless adapter sits next to my computer speakers on my desk. No sound is heard from speakers either from the Internet or when playing a CD. When closing down my computer, however, I can hear the Windows exit sound. Is this a matter of the speakers (which do work) being too close to the wireless? What should I do?

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EMI is working.. there is electro magnetic interference when your using the speakers and the adapter. try to move the speakers.

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