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Windows 7: Static Noise from speakers/headphones

17 Jan 2010   #1

Windows 7
Static Noise from speakers/headphones

well i got windows 7 2 days ago and since then ive been getting this loud obnoxious static all the time. i got the newest realtek drivers but that didnt seem to fix the problem. this noise wasnt in windows XP anyone know whats wrong?

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17 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7


I got the exact same problem, i've just installed Windows 7 and drivers seems to be up to date.

These sudden bursts of noise usually comes when running multiple programs like skype + different games. It might occur twice a day.
The thing is that these bursts of noise cracks my cornea faster than i can throw my headset away. They usually last until i've closed the game / the browser(youtube) and refreshed it and then everything works properly.
I've noticed that turning the volume up or down on youtube when i get the white noise, does not affect the volume of the cracking noise.

Im looking forward for a fix.

BTW im running windows 7 32bit (Didnt have any of these problems with vista or XP)
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