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#1 Jerms1

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Posted 01 January 2010 - 06:22 PM

I have a pair of Razer Moray headphones running through a Razer Lycosa Keybaord which is connected into the back of a PCI sound card. I know a fair bit about computers, but I am no wizard.
My issue is this; when nothing is playing, no sound; I get terrible feedback "buzzing". It is continuous until I move my mouse (Also a Razer, not sure if that matters), when I move the mouse, it turns into a beeping sort of sound. It was funny for the first ten seconds, making buzzing songs moving my mouse, but it is now very frustrating. I have tried several other headphones, some I have plugged straight into the PC; which improves it slightly, but my Moray's are my choice headphones, because they sound fantastic besides this feedback.
If anyone knows what it might be, let me know.

Other attempts at fixing I have tried-
Plugged into motherboard sound; feedback is gone, BUT; I wish to use my soundcard as its sound quality is much greater than my Motherboard. In my opinion at least.
I have tried turning off other programs, including anti-virus for 10 seconds to see if it would remove the feedback, no success.
Unplugged different bits of hardware, mouse, Ext. Hd. etc. No success.

Thanks to anyone who provides assistance!

BTW: I use Foobar2000 for my mediaplayer. Not sure if that makes any difference.
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Posted 01 January 2010 - 06:24 PM

I use Windows XP Sp3. Forgot to mention that. Computer is a 2.6 AMD duel. 8600GT 1gb. 2gb RAM and a 250gb Harddrive. I can provide more information if anyone needs it.
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