Completely remove it or just disable it? I knew that was B.S. fluff thye were selling me. :-) I had even told the guy literal terms "I think your full of shhiit . Any way, he pushed until I gave up. Kinda rude I thought. So completely remove?
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Yes, completely remove it. Trust me, you don't want it, and will be much better off with the AVG. You can download the AVG from filehippo.com It's free, has internet realtime security, and updates and maintains itself. You'll barely even know it's there.
The **** offs at Bestbuy are only out to make a buck, and they push everything that you don't need in your face. Yes it is a bit RUDE. Give this a try and let me know.
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It sounds like your AC Adapter Power Cord might be causing the problem. Try unplugging the power cord and running off the battery and see if you still hear the the noises. If not, buy a new power cord. The guys at: http://www.generalsystemsconsulting.com sells power cords for $35.00 and they will drop ship it to you. Their cords meet Manufacturers Original Equipment (OEM) specifications. They don't sell the one size fits all that the big box stores sell that could damage your motherboard.
I think that you upgraded or downgraded from vista to xp ..and do not have the proper driver for it ..this is why it makes this ...anyway ..if you use an external one ..and do not need it ...you just look for it in the device manager...and uninstall it ..or disable it... to do so ...just right click on the my computer icon ...properties ...than choose the hardware button ..than device manager ... locate the camera and disable it ..you can also remove the driver from the add /remove hardware on the control panel... Good luck ...and dont forget to rate me ..!
Most laptops permit use from the charger alone even with the battery removed; I've used my lousy Compact for many months with the charging section for the batteries internally disconnected after it failed 2 months out of warranty.
I'm a tech and knew how to disable the charger since I didn't use it much while under way anyhow.
From the "ThinkPad Online User's Guide" that came with my 600E: "Note: To use the input jack for an external stereo line-in device, you need to disable the microphone function with the software on your operating system. For example in Windows 98, you can disable the function by putting a check mark in the check box of Mute for MIC in the "Master Out" window. To use the jack for a manual microphone, disable the line-in function with the software."