Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
Quote: Originally Posted by Solarstarshines
I would pull all the usb cables and apply them one by one till it does it also if you have something plugged in like a 360 controller or maybe a dead tablet to plug in it also makes a constant trying to connect sound
I've asked him twice now to do this but he just ignores the practical help suggestions and prattles on.
everything you unplug will make the noise when it is reconnected, how would this help? I have disconnected and reconnected everything that is connected and have not come across anything that makes sense to be the source of the problem. it isn't the key board, the mouse, the printer, or the speakers.
I have done the normal practical before I came here to see what this forum thought i could be. so far all i have received are the practical things (that i have done again), skeptics telling me that I am messing with them, and now someone that assumes I am ignoring the practical when I only wished for a possible explanation as to why two separate and different computers that have only 4 things in common, 1 in the same house on the same wall, 2 same cheap desk, 3 same used chair, 4 they both have Intel i5 processors.
If there is no explanation then there is no explanation, this was originally meant as an inquiry, the sound does not affect anything other than seeming as the computer is acknowledging the user's departure from the input/output interface of the computer.
"remember what happens when you assume, you make an ass out of u and me"