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The problem does not appear while the files are being extracted, at
which point I hear several beeps.
The situation appears immediately after you have answered the NVDA
In the next update, I'll try to disable avast, as I'm tempted to
think it might be a virus issue.
Às 13:40 de 01-06-2018, Chris via
Is that not normal then?
Whilst it extracts the files?
when I begin to run the installer, after update.
It plays the normal music, and then, before
starting the installation, it plays the same music again.
Às 12:13 de 01-06-2018, Quentin Christensen escreveu:
Interesting, is this when you first run
the installer, or after you install it and it starts up?
And is it a specific amount of times (twice, three times)
In any case, does rebooting help?
On Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 9:10 PM,
Ângelo Abrantes <ampa4374@...>
it's playing it one after the other,and i'm using
I am using the built-in Realtek
audio on my computer.
I am using the built-in Realtek audio on my
Às 11:23 de 01-06-2018, Quentin
Is it playing it one after
the other, or at the same time?
Also, are you running
Windows 10 insider builds? I updated to the
Fast Insider build that came out this morning
17677, and I immediately noticed that I was
getting a crackling, almost reverb effect. If
that is the case, when you reboot the
computer, it should go away. I am using the
built-in Realtek audio on my HP desktop, and
it generally works ok.
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