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noise thru speakers

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by neptune, Mar 10, 2007.

  1. neptune

    neptune Regular member

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    i just build a pc the other week and everthing is ok.only one problem . i get noise thru the speakers .everytime i open and close a page i hear it threw the speakers. and i always here like static in the background. what could i do to get rid of this static noise
     
  2. Auslander

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    try a new audio driver. i had a similar problem before the one of the last times windows crapped out on me, and reinstalling the audio driver fixed it.
     
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    neptune Regular member

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    wow that was super fast reply. i think my old pc had ac97 or something like that . not sure what this has.is there a audio driver you recomend
     
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    all systems that i know of run off ac97. i'm not sure of any alternative. i mean the actual drivers listed on the cd that comes with your sound card. just go through your computer and uninstall all driver/hardware related to your sound card, then reinstall it off the disc. that should do it.
     
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    hmm ..the driver that was on the disk was called soundmax.and i never open it. and if i do it dont make any difference.i dont have a soundcard it has onboard sound

    Name SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio
    Manufacturer Analog Devices
    Status OK
    PNP Device ID HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_11D4&DEV_1986&SUBSYS_104381B3&REV_1005\4&3333247E&0&0001
    Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\adihdaud.sys (5.10.01.4151 built by: WinDDK, 138.00 KB (141,312 bytes), 3/6/2007 3:32 PM)
     
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  6. Auslander

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    if it's onboard, go the website of the manufacturer of your PC (if prebuilt) or motherboard (if custom built) and get the latest drivers. or if you have the latest drivers and you're sure your connections are all proper, try reverting to older drivers that might be more stable.
     
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    neptune Regular member

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    well i tried different drivers and that same noise ahhhhh. even when windows is not running i still still can hear a fuzzy noise .i am not sure if i downloaded the correct drivers..

    here is the board specs


    Brand ASUS
    Model M2NPV-VM
    Supported CPU
    CPU Socket Type Socket AM2
    CPU Type Athlon 64 X2 / Athlon 64 FX / Athlon 64
    FSB 1000MHz Hyper Transport (2000 MT/s)
    Chipsets
    North Bridge NVIDIA GeForce 6150
    South Bridge NVIDIA nForce 430
    Memory
    Number of Memory Slots 4×240pin
    Memory Standard DDR2 800
    Maximum Memory Supported 8GB
    Dual Channel Supported Yes
    Expansion Slots
    AGP Slots None
    PCI Express x16 1
    PCI Express x1 1
    PCI Slots 2
    Storage Devices
    PATA 2 x ATA100 up to 4 Devices
    SATA 3Gb/s 4
    SATA RAID NV RAID 0/1/0+1/5 JBOD
    Onboard Video
    Onboard Video Yes
    Onboard Video Chipset NVIDIA GeForce 6150
    Onboard Audio
    Audio Chipset ADI AD1986A
    Audio Channels 6 Channels
    Onboard LAN
    Max LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
    Rear Panel Ports
    PS/2 2
    LPT 1
    Video Ports D-Sub + DVI
    USB 4 x USB 2.0
    IEEE 1394 1 x IEEE 1394a
    Audio Ports 3 Ports
    Onboard USB
    Onboard USB 4x USB 2.0
    Onboard 1394
    Onboard 1394 1x 1394a
    Physical Spec
    Form Factor Micro ATX
    Dimensions 9.6" x 9.6"
    Features
    Power Pin 24 Pin


    sounds to me as its picking up the pc activity threw the speakers
     
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    try, lower the line in slider in the mixer control, mute the mic
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  9. neptune

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    even if i mute everything i still hear static. when i move mouse it gets worse
     
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  10. Auslander

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    hmm...part of me wants to say it's something wrong with the speakers, then.

    i was having a really bad time with my onboard not too long ago, so i went to newegg and picked up a 7.1 surround sound card, shipped, for under 30 dollars US.

    a new card is a great solution.
     
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