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    Hi everyone,

    Just a few minutes ago my Treo suddenly started a high-pitched shriek that wouldn't stop until I hit the reset button ... has anyone else had this problem?

    I'm thinking it has to do with the "OnCradleOn" program, only because the Treo was hooked in its cable and had been on for a long period of time (an hour, maybe).

    - Khy
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    Mine did that one time a couple of weeks ago, but I'm pretty sure it was before I was using OnCradleOn...

    Paul
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    Originally posted by Paul Penny
    Mine did that one time a couple of weeks ago, but I'm pretty sure it was before I was using OnCradleOn...

    Paul
    Yeah, I took off OnCradleOn and it did it again a short while later ... I haven't figured out what program is causing it (assuming it is a program ... I hope so). It went a whole night without screaming like a banshee, so hopefully it's calmed down.

    - Khy
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    Mine started shrieking a couple of days ago, and I don't even have the OnCradleOn program. I had just come out of the subway (NYC) (so it was likely searching for a signal) and when I opened the Treo, EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!
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    Originally posted by NeoPhyte
    Mine started shrieking a couple of days ago, and I don't even have the OnCradleOn program. I had just come out of the subway (NYC) (so it was likely searching for a signal) and when I opened the Treo, EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP!!!!!
    Mmm this sounds like a 'gain' problem. Like when you keep a mic in front of the speaker...

    The question is, why would the mic. and speaker be on when you open the lid...
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