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Staticy Speakers? The speakers on my computer sound really staticy... And I didn't spill anything on my computer. Any ideas?

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Sometime over powering the speakers, blows them out. If this is the case, use a external set.
If not, try reloading your sound device drivers.
Hope this has helped you

Posted on Oct 05, 2009

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