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My sound out of the speakers in my laptop, constantly echo's when ever i play any kind of sound. please help!

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Try restarting your computer or looking at the settings to your sound by right clicking on your speaker icon and go into playback devices then go to your speakers and playback then adjust the settings then run a test of the sound system by going to the last tab and clicking test.

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