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!!!Thanks Kitz E Kat
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.
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.
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....ThanksKitz E kat
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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