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Windows 7: Static noise on my realtek HD audio


15 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 
Static noise on my realtek HD audio

When I pause any audio on my PC I always hear weird noise, like a mosquito, it's so annoying. If you mute - sound disappears, but the more volume you put the louder it is. Any one had similar problems? Or this just means that i need a better audio card?

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15 Feb 2010   #2

Windows 7 Home Premium
 
 

Try lowering or muting input levels on devices not used.

example:

Microphone
Front Pink In
Line In
Front Green In
(also, try lowering the volume on CD audio, see if that's the culprit.)

And while you're at it... lower all levels and mute any unused playback channels..
If you're only using strereo, the center, subwoofer & rear channels can be muted.

Usually it's inputs that generate noise when the gain is up.

Ap
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15 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Lowering volume or muting did nothing, but i changed all line in or mic to front speaker, problem appears to be gone, thanks.
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23 Jan 2011   #4

Windows 7: Ultimate (64 Bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Esthreel View Post
but i changed all line in or mic to front speaker, problem appears to be gone, thanks.
What do you mean by this? How can you record if you change line in to front speaker?
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24 Jan 2011   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Armpits View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Esthreel View Post
but i changed all line in or mic to front speaker, problem appears to be gone, thanks.
What do you mean by this? How can you record if you change line in to front speaker?
No you can not
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21 Jul 2012   #6

WIN7 Professional 64-bit
 
 

noice on my computer was caused by a micro wireless receiver for my Logitech keyboard and was right next to another USB cable which may have also been located closely to audio on mobo. The USB input was on the back where all other usb cables were located. i read several posts here about removing and reinstalling drivers, hardware, etc. I realized it had not always been present. I then tried to recall what had changed. I go back and forth between wifi mouse and keyboard w/receivers (Logitech) and wired keyboard and mouse-Microsoft Sidewinder and a Logitech G4. I game wired and enjoy freedom of wireless for all else. However, the noise has really turned me off now to using the wireless and have known for a while that security of wired is much better than wireless products. Still, wireless was very convenient and nice to have as cables werent attached. Both have their merits however, noice was caused in my case by wireless wave frequency interfering w/audio. This occured whether it was my Sennheiser cans or w/Bose spkrs. I hope this helps. Sometimes the most easiest solution is the accurate one. Think on it before ripping your hair out, deleting drivers and reinstalling everything as you can really mess your system up when all you had to do was unplug a tiny wireless receiver....good luck.
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