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Audio in shut off ??

Any idea how to shut off the audio in feature. can not shut it down. using external speakers causes feedback .. Rick J

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If you don't want to use your Audio adopter then try these steps:

Step 1). Start -> Control Panel.
.......... Double click on system icon (if its not appear click on Switch to Classic view on left pan).

Step 2). Click on Hardware then Device Manager

Step 3). Click on + sign against Sound, video and game controler

Step 4). Right click on your Audio contrloller from the list.

Step 5). Select Disable prom the pop-menu appeared.

Step 6). Click on Yes for your confirmation.

It will mark a red sign on the controller icon and your audio is now stoped.

Note: To make is enable agine do the same and Select the Enabled option from the pop-up menu.


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