Question about Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet PC
Right click on the speaker icon in your taskbar, select Open Volume Control. If you do not see the Microphone control select options>properties and select it from the list of check boxes. Press OK. Check the mute box for your microphone.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Remember that you might also need to bring up the "advanced" menu, when you get into the controls. That will get you to the level from which you might be able to control things better.
Also, go into Device Manager and ensure that you have no conflicting devices enabled, which can make the screeching noises.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
Thanks for the info KandoNYC. However, the instructions didn't stop the screeching on my Lenovo 3000 N200. In case anyone else still has issues after muting their microphone here's what worked for me...
open Start Menu ------- open Control Panel ------- open Hardware and Sound ------- open Realtek HD Audio Manager ------- click Microphone tab ------- click speaker icon to mute Playback Volume. Voila...no more feedback noise!!
I'm sure there's a quicker way, but I'm not too computer savvy and this worked for me. Hope it helps someone.
When I muted only the recording volume, in my system tray, my laptop continued to screech. When I went into the Realtek HD Audio Manager and muted the playback volume it fixed the problem.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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