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#1 Lillielle

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Posted 31 October 2011 - 03:31 PM

I have an acer aspire windows 7 computer. I'm not sure what any of the audio or video specifications are at the moment.

This wasn't really a problem in the past, but it's become a lot more sensitive/worse over the past couple of days. If my hand leans on the left side right below the keyboard, and I have headphones in, it's like the headphones aren't in because the sound will be...well, like I don't have headphones. If I take my hand away, the sound goes back to being transmitted through the headphones. :wacko: I have no idea why this is happening at all, unless something's wonky inside? Before, it was only if I accidentally leaned too hard, now it's enough simply with the pressure of my palm resting there when typing, apparently. Um...but yeah. Help, please? If possible?
Acer Aspire 5750, Windows 7 64-bit, Intel i3 2.1GHz
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