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#1 ScottM58

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Posted 05 March 2016 - 03:33 AM

Hi everyone I'm new here and have arrived with a most frustrating problem I'm hoping someone might have an answer for.

This problem started amonth or two ago and basically whats happening is every once in awhile (20 minutes to half an hour)

my computer emits a loud buzz sounding very much like an electrical short like when you have an amp turned up and a cable

shorts out when wiggled. However there is very little wiring that can go wrong in the back of my pc.I've made sure the speakers

are all firmly plugged in etc. Anyway could this be indicative of a hardware problem? It seems like the "buzzing" sound is getting worse

as in it lasts for a longer interval than originally. It began as a 1 second burp but now continues for 2 or even 3 seconds at times.

Any help would sure be appreciated!



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Posted 05 March 2016 - 03:51 AM

Hello. Is this exclusively a "sound" issue? meaning does this happen if you do not have any sound equipment plugged into your PC?



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Posted 05 March 2016 - 03:45 PM

Mars86:.It happens regardless of whether I'm playing a video or game etc or not but if I AM watching a video,when the noise happens the video image doesn't so much pixilate as turn a kind of patchy murky white and then slowly pieces back together again if that makes any kind of sense!



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Posted 05 March 2016 - 03:52 PM

Mars86:just rereading your post, if you mean does the computer make noise if it's just sitting there? Then no not that I'm aware.

Also thanx for your prompt reply.I'll check back as much as I can.






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