Question about Logitech Z-2300 2.1 Computer Speaker System (3-Piece)
Original problem with old I-Mac - gradual reduction of sound even with everything jacked up. Now have new I-Mac and have great sound at low levels, but when I-Mac wakes up from sleeping, we hear 4 pops and then everything is good to go...
SOURCE: Steady popping noise.
hmm..ok..first lets check the wiring, to ensure that there are not gaps or sparking, which is what this can be caused by..then, we will look at perhaps getting new drivers,,then we will look at the sound card...need to know a bit
about your configuration for your computer though
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
First, check that the speaker icon in your system tray, (lower right hand corner) is not muted by right clicking on it and selecting volume control. If not muted, goto My Computer, right click and select Properties, Click the hardware tab then device manager, left click on the + next too Sound, right click on the device that appears and select uninstall, once it is uninstalled, restart your PC. Let me know if that works.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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