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[HELP] Build in PC mic echoing, and making speakers beep?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Knoxorz, Aug 16, 2011.

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  1. Knoxorz

    Knoxorz Thread Starter

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    Hi, I'm having a problem with my microphone thats build into my laptop, I was hearing this wear beeping noise coming out of my speakers ( not the default laptop speakers) and I was really getting annoyed... Because at some random point I would hear a faint 'Beep Beep'. So I look for a solution on the internet could find one... But it stopped to I didn't care. (It didn't really just thought it did)... So then I was talking to my friend on teamspeak, he was saying YOUR MICROPHONE IS SOO BADDD!!!! (lol) And I didn't know what was up, So I did some playback, and it was ECHOING AND ECHOING AND SCREECHING!! So I thought my speaker where at fault (There really close to my laptop inculding the bass) But no matter how low I turn the speakers down there was still some level of echoing. And here is where I found out where the beeping came from... I was talking into the mic expecting the playback (I forgot I closed the program) and all I herd was the 'Beep Beep' and I was like AGRGH NOW THIS TOOO!!! Wait....? So I made another sound and 'Beep Beep'!

    **NEVERMIND SORRY THE BEEPING IS COMING FROM MY COMPUTER FOUND THIS AFTER POSTING**

    So everytime I make a sound (Has to be pretty loud) My speaker will go 'Beep Beep" But only if I make a sound after the last 'Beep Beep' It wont just go 'Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep Beep' if I keep make noise, more just 'Beep Beep'........'Beep Beep'

    And My microphone echos and screeches ALOT anyone know whats wrong??? (Just started not to long ago...)
     
  2. Lozzy-loz

    Lozzy-loz

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    I think it might be as simple as turning the mike gain down,double click on the speaker icon in taskbar and turn the mike down if it is a desktop might say rear pink in
     
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