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Random Sounds without a logical explanation


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#1 krabagobanjo

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Posted 08 February 2010 - 09:03 PM

idk what is going on, but on seemingly random occasions (it might happen in 30 seconds, it might happen in 3 weeks) my computer will play a random sound, sometimes the same random sound consecutively (one is a person laughing, another I think is the beginning of a linkin park song, and another one I cannot describe).

Sometimes it annoys me, and a bit of the time it doesn't. All I know is that when it bothers me, it pisses me off.

SOME OTHER POSSIBLY PERTINENT INFORMATION:

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Avast 5, and Microsoft Security Essentials all report a "Clean" status. No strange internet traffic detected by Comodo Firewall.

"dllhost.exe" seems to run when it happens, and continue to run UNTIL I ROLL OVER IT IN TASK MANAGER. Weird...

I'm using Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit

I have 2 "csrss.exe" processes.

HiJackThis didn't seem to show anything suspicious, but I wouldn't know.

Other than this, the system seems utterly clean. No system slowdowns, no nothing. Just this single symptom.

NEED MORE INFO? Just ask. I'd just really be happy if this crap went away.

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