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Surface Rt With Touch Cover Randomly Muting Sound?


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Hi everyone,

 

if you got the issue that your Surface RT with attached Touch Cover mutes the sound randomly, you should check out this post and advice in the Microsoft Answers-Forum:

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/surface/forum/surfwinrt-surfusing/sound-keeps-muting/da9ba2de-f7cf-41e1-b6f7-e91742bb48e5?page=7&tm=1352327557452

 

They are still working on that issue but they know already that it has to do something with the Touch Cover.

Because of that they want you to exchange the Touch Cover (if you got this issue) through the Store Support.

 

Take Care,

Surface-Evangelist

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