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Audio stops outputting

Posted on 2013-11-13
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Windows 7 Pro, 32 bit
IE 9
Pandora Internet Radio
Sound being emitted as you utilize PC; stop using mouse/keyboard and let PC idle and within 30 to 45 seconds (various times) sound stops.
Shake mouse slightly or hit key on keyboard and sounds starts again.

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Question by:MAQOM
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by:comfortjeanius
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Check your power saving settings.

windows key + r  -----> type: powercfg.cpl
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by:MAQOM
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I have went through the power saving "Advanced" settings and changed any item that I believed would allow the machine to sleep or hibernate or reduce power but to no avail.  After saving and about 90 seconds, the sound went quite.  Thank you for the comment.
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MAQOM earned 0 total points
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The user upgraded Adobe Flash and it resolved the situation.
Thank you,
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by:MAQOM
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The user resolved it.  Update Flash resolved the situation.
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