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Posted on 2004-10-11
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Hi,

One of the machines in my office, the sounds of the speaker are strange, what would the possible causes?  Thx

I checked the driver, it is fine.  I switched the speakers, it is fine, too.  Thx
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You still have the possibility of a bad sound card or bad wires.  Try them on another machine.  There's also the possibility of interference - what does the strange sound consist of?
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some noise in the background.........
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Sounds like interference picked up by the speaker wires - try moving the speakers to a different place.
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