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Weird noise from Acer Aspire 3000

When I boot the laptop I get this weid noise from the speakers, a loud feedback noise like from a microphone. I recently changed the hard drive and it worked fine. Returned it to the customer and within a few weeks they told me it was making the strange noise. The hard drive is fine I checked it and no problems. Windows does a check on the hard drive every time I boot the system. Is it a problem with the internal speakers itself or the mainboard??? Please help.

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  • Shazad Mohammed Jul 16, 2008

    ok an update. Windows does not check the hard drive anymore. It boots up fine but no audio from the internal speakers anymore. The feedback noise seems to have disappeared. Hooked up some external speakers and I am getting audio. I still need to find a way for that weird noise not to pop up at any given time much to the annoyance of the customer. Would I need to sever the internal speaker wire or something??

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When you open the sound control panel, is the mic muted or turned down? The feedback may have been coming from the built-in microphone?

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