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Strange things happen after Windows 7 re-install -- Corrupt Files, Static Noise

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#1 JohnMWoods


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Posted 27 December 2013 - 11:30 PM

I re-installed Win 7 Pro 32 bit from a USB device (I have the product key) after being unable to prevent further BSOD occurrences.  User errors were the cause of the failed first 2 attempts of the re-install, but the third time proved to be a charm. No more blue screens, but ... 

1) My CPU now sounds like a jet as it roars down the runway. This especially while playing games on FB with Chrome as my browser.
2) After the re-install there were more than 150 updates. Normal? I installed the IMPORTANT ones  -- there were 102. (BTW, post re-install I did Updates first and then Drivers. Hope that was correct.) 
3) There is a crackling noise emanating from the built-in speakers, even when muted. The static cannot be heard when the head phones are used. The noise is still present, but only the expected audio comes thorough the wires. Also, I don't recognize the sound driver. I am pretty sure it's not the same, but not certain. Can't confirm either way as I erased the backups. Sorry about that. 
4) When I ran sfc /scan now, it took forever and the marathon yielded many, many corrupt files. Some files were reparable and others not. Some of the errant files were Chinese Dictionary files. It surprised me, too. Unfortunately I do not have that log. 
I really need some help with this. I am going on 24 hours with no sleep and can't see myself soundly sleeping until this is solved. I have no idea how to solve it. Another re-install?
I should mention that the hard-drive capacity is 75G with just under 60G free and i am including a link to the Speccy snapshot. 
Your help would be greatly appreciated. 
Happy New Year!

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