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Windows 7: Constant Clicking Through Speakers

04 Nov 2010   #11

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04 Nov 2010   #12

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Apologies for taking so long.
I would recommend to anyone doing this to set the start up programs to alphabetical or some sort of order first, before trying to do this, as i just lost where i was and had to start over again.
Anyway, almost there @richc46.
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04 Nov 2010   #13

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Dont worry about the time. You will get the answer. Thanks for the information that you shared with others. That is how we work here.
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04 Nov 2010   #14

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Cell phones near your computer are also a source of interference. I find that moving mine around I've found a location that minimizes this.
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04 Nov 2010   #15

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Eureka!
All Startup programmes are off, apart from this virginmediahub.exe, and the clicking sound is happening.

What now? Unistall the software? Or disable the start up?
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04 Nov 2010   #16

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Could you have a slight amount of corrosion or dirt in the jack ends. Have you tried mating and unmating the jacks and using air or cleaning with Caigs gold.caig.com - Home of DeoxIT - CAIG Laboratories, Inc.
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04 Nov 2010   #17

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If you do not want the software unistall using a System Restore point first, just in case
If you think you may want it just leave it off the startup list. Im glad for you, buddy.
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04 Nov 2010   #18

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It is something to do with my ISP, so I will keep it, but have de-activated it on startup.
I have restarted my laptop with it de-activated, and there is now no clicking!
Thanks Rich!
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04 Nov 2010   #19

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04 Nov 2010   #20

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GreyHam462 View Post
It is something to do with my ISP, so I will keep it, but have de-activated it on startup.
I have restarted my laptop with it de-activated, and there is now no clicking!
Thanks Rich!
Just curious, is that a wired or wireless connection?

Also, often when using a laptop with external speakers/stereo the noise problems stem from a ground differential that tends to amplify any of the computers internal electronic workings.

Does the same click occur when running on battery power?

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