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#1 ficaman47

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Posted 05 August 2016 - 02:49 AM

I got a brand new headphones and i plugged them into my pc and they worked perfect for 5 hours and mic worked perfect too.And randomly my friend told me when were talking on teamspeak that my mic is buzzing like crazy.So i restared my pc,checked settings in windows everything seemed good.But again they mic kept buzzing randomly at times then it would stop for 5 minutes then buzz again.So i pluged my mic and headphones into my other pc and they worked pefectly without any buzzing.What could cause the buzzing on my 1st pc?I have windows 10 on 1st pc on my 2 pc i have windows 7 but i have same realtek drivers and i had them before with my old headphones and they worked perfect.



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Posted 05 August 2016 - 03:03 AM

You probably have a bad earth connection somewhere in the internal wiring or mainboard of the PC where the buzzing happens. A process of elimination is effectively the only way to track it down.


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#3 ficaman47

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Posted 06 August 2016 - 03:14 AM

You probably have a bad earth connection somewhere in the internal wiring or mainboard of the PC where the buzzing happens. A process of elimination is effectively the only way to track it down.

 

How can i i do this process of elimination,how can i check the wirings?






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