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Skreeching sound comes from speakers when ever I switch it on, I cannot bear it so I connect a microphone plug. Looks like the mic is on, how can I switch it off. Paul

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Click on the speaker icon at the right bottom , go to the properties and then at mic option and click on the mic box it will get muted

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