Getting 'feedback' on my laptop!!

  [DELETED] 12:17 28 Sep 2003

Hi, since i set up a wireless network i have on three ocasions got ' feedback' on the laptop speakers, when i say feedback i mean a LOUD and i mean LOUD, noise .... like a high pitch sound..

Lift my ears 'ringing'..... that loud...

Only way to shut it is to shut the laptop down..

Its a DEll , with the speakers on mute...
Linksys card and WAP...

Any time this happened the laptop was on the same desk as the WAP, can you get feedback? How? Why? and how do i stop it...

Is there a minimun distance between the WAP and the laptop?

I can't keeping wearing earmuffs everytime i use my laptop, and i dont think its doin the speakers any good!!!


Kitz E Kat

  [DELETED] 22:08 01 Oct 2003

any takers!!!

  [DELETED] 22:13 01 Oct 2003

Does your Laptop have a built-in microphone? If it does it may be turned on. This would be one reason for feed-back. j.

  wee eddie 22:27 01 Oct 2003

Find the sound loop and break it.

Djohn is right.

Look for active microphones, then look for a speaker, which is positioned so that you can draw a straight line between the two.

  [DELETED] 22:30 01 Oct 2003

Lookin at this i can't see a built in mic...

So you dont think this is the Wireless network?

Also i might add that i only happened at startup, and never during use....


Kitz E kat

  woodchip 22:42 01 Oct 2003

Right click on the speaker in the system tray, click on volume controls/Options/Properties/Recording switch mike and or speakers of

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