[ltp] Strange noise when booting Windows 2000 after Linux
Mon, 29 Jan 2001 12:28:59 -0500
Try to turn of f the mike in windows.
Control Panel-> Sounds Properties -> Audio -> Sound recording volume ->
mute the mike
At 19:21 1/28/2001 +0200, you wrote:
> I get the same or similar effect : when booting Windows 2000 after Linux
> I gat
>a strange whistle.
>I use Linux 7.0 and I do not even have sound in Linux. My machine is a T20.
>On Fri, 26 Jan 2001, Danny R. Faught wrote:
> > Greg Cook wrote:
> > > This also suppresses a whistle on the speakers. Does anyone have a clue
> > > what the Thinkpad might be doing every 125us and how I can stop it?
> > Not sure if it's related, but when I boot Windows 2000 on top of Linux
> > using VMware, I often get a loud whistle after Windows initializes its
> > sound subsystem. It appears to be a feedback loop between the speaker
> > and the builtin microphone on my 309E. I can suppress it by using kmix
> > on the Linux side to lower the record volume down to zero.
> > I'm using the default sound system on SuSE 6.4, which is pretty hit and
> > miss.
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