Re: getting rid of unwanted sound using nvda


I’ve used audio from the line-out on the computer for all of my computer use and I haven’t had this problem.  My guess is that there is something about using the internal soundcard that is causing this problem.  When you used USB speakers, you weren’t using the internal sound card, the USB speakers were the soundcard.  If you want to use the speakers you are using without this problem, you may be able to solve the problem with a USB sound card and plugging the speakers into the output of that sound card.  You can get a very cheap sound card to test this with.  I believe you can get them for less than ten U.S. dollars.  

-----Original Message-----
From: Mary Otten
Sent: Monday, September 06, 2021 4:09 PM
Subject: [chat] getting rid of unwanted sound using nvda
I recently switched from a pair of usb speakers to a pair that are
plugged into the audio out on my pc. Having done that, I am now hearing
an annoying sound when I move among the icons on my desktop or when I am
in the NVDA menu, settings and arrow around. It is this sort of clicking
that I never use to hear, and I want it gone, but haven't a clue. I've
look in sounds by searching in the start menu search box but didn't find
anything that seemed relevant. Is it just the switch from the usb
speakers to the audio jack that caused this? That doesn't seem to make


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