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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by countryboy14, Apr 26, 2004.

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  1. countryboy14

    countryboy14 Thread Starter

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    i have an hp pavilion 733 mhz 256 meg ram and a 40 gig hard drive, when i boot up i get a screaching from the speakers and goes away when the log in screen comes on and when i am playing music i get heavy static in them, it is a logitec sound system with woofer and there isn't an instalation dis for them, the mixer device is riptide, does any one have any solutions to this problem, gets real anoying at times lol, thanks
     
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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

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    Can only suggest you try moving your speakers about seems they are picking up interference from somewhere
     
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    do you have a microphone included in that system... i know some HP's have it as part of the screen - you could unplug and see if that fixes it, if so double click on the speakericon in the tasktray and you should see the option to mute microphone.
     
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    i tried that, i moved them as far as a could and every where i could, i unpluged the mic, disabled it and it looked at me like i lost my mind lol, but thanks for the help, i thought it might be a software or driver issue, thanks again
     
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    telecom69 Gone but never forgotten

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    I just read your opening post again and Im wondering,have you tried just running the speakers without the mixer (is that possible?) there might be a compatibility problem between the mixer and speakers Im thinking and if you could do that it would give us an idea where the problem lies,I can well imagine how annoying it is and Id like to see you get it right :)
     
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