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When using my computer i have a Mack truck that randomly blows his air horn in short blasts in no pattern just when he feels like it and always only short blasts. will sometimes even do it while i only have the desktop screen only on

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You have made no sense here....what does a mack truck have to do with the operating system on a computer????.

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at

Posted on Aug 01, 2010

  • popa_bear37 Aug 01, 2010

    Sorry mate it just sounds like a mack might be a kenworth as i can't see it only hear the sound of what sounds like a truck air horn to me

  • Sean Wright
    Sean Wright Aug 01, 2010

    Where is the sound comping from??? Your computer???

    Sounds like if thats the case you have a corrupted system, or a bad sound card.

    Perhaps try reinstalling the operating system.



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