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Read frequency noise in speakers

When the computer starts, and is proving frquency I hear a noise in the speakers, and port lpt1 is out of service. Some can help with this problem?.
I supose the problem was generated for bad memory conections.

Thanks a lot


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  • mafw1 Aug 31, 2008

    Thanks a lot, I don't understand what is a vstick.

    I thnkyou be more specific



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You can try to take out 1 vstick at a time and reboot and see iof the problem still occurs that will help you do a process of eliminatiion fix

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