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High pitched noise

My speakers make a high pitched noise from time to time, it comes and it goes.

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You can go to your sound settings in your control panel and it has steps for you to check to see why your speakers are not working properly. Make sure that you have the drivers installed. You might want to re-install your drivers. Look in your device manager for this. If your device manager has a question mark by your sound drivers then the drivers are not installed. I hope that I hope that I helped you Solve your problem.
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