Seems like almost every time I visit any HP page that has an ad on it, my computer immediately and permanently shuts down all its sound applications, with a purdy little red x showing up in the icon bar. I certainly didn't tell it to do that. Darnedest thing I've every seen.
Kind of funny actually.
In all fairness, I should mention that the computer has also learned to do the same thing whenever it goes near Bubblews. Ad networks in common me guesses.
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