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Windows 7: Beeping Problem

06 Jan 2011   #31
lynyrd47

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
 
 

I guess my problem with this isn't over yet. My speaker just produced static noises while my PC is idle, and as usual, the keyboard also stopped responding but with no beeps.

Now I'm starting to think that the one at fault here is my speaker. I'm using a very old speaker, I've been using this since only God knows when. In fact it was already broken, it already fell so many times and the wires are already cut in half. I just attempted to fix it and it worked somehow. Also, if my memory serves me right, these problems never occur when I'm using headphones instead of the speaker. But I just don't see how can it affect the keyboard. Because they're both connected to the motherboard, maybe?


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06 Jan 2011   #32
TonyTiger2004

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lynyrd47 View Post
I guess my problem with this isn't over yet. My speaker just produced static noises while my PC is idle, and as usual, the keyboard also stopped responding but with no beeps.

Now I'm starting to think that the one at fault here is my speaker. I'm using a very old speaker, I've been using this since only God knows when. In fact it was already broken, it already fell so many times and the wires are already cut in half. I just attempted to fix it and it worked somehow. Also, if my memory serves me right, these problems never occur when I'm using headphones instead of the speaker. But I just don't see how can it affect the keyboard. Because they're both connected to the motherboard, maybe?
It could be a factor of things, try just leaving your headphones plugged in or different speakers and see if it continues. You have basically done everything else, i still feel like its a peripheral issue.

- Tony
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06 Jan 2011   #33
lynyrd47

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
 
 

Whew! I finally figured out the cause of the problem. You see, I'm using an extension cord with 8 sockets and I plug different things on it, including my PC and the speaker, and even our TV. When I tried to plug in the TV earlier, I noticed that the PC speaker made that crackling noise so I quickly checked it and I observed that the keyboard lights were turned off. So it turns out that the speaker produces some kind of reaction whenever I plug in anything at the socket. To be sure, I tried to plug and unplug the TV repeatedly and the same thing always happens. Since the speaker connected to the motherboard, it produces some kind of power reaction as well, which is noticeable at the keyboard. So after all, it doesn't have anything to do with bad peripherals, but with the power connections.

But I also concluded that it was a different case with the keyboard beeps, because I never had one since I replaced the PS/2 keyboard even at heavy usage.

Again, thanks for the help.
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07 Jan 2011   #34
TonyTiger2004

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lynyrd47 View Post
Whew! I finally figured out the cause of the problem. You see, I'm using an extension cord with 8 sockets and I plug different things on it, including my PC and the speaker, and even our TV. When I tried to plug in the TV earlier, I noticed that the PC speaker made that crackling noise so I quickly checked it and I observed that the keyboard lights were turned off. So it turns out that the speaker produces some kind of reaction whenever I plug in anything at the socket. To be sure, I tried to plug and unplug the TV repeatedly and the same thing always happens. Since the speaker connected to the motherboard, it produces some kind of power reaction as well, which is noticeable at the keyboard. So after all, it doesn't have anything to do with bad peripherals, but with the power connections.

But I also concluded that it was a different case with the keyboard beeps, because I never had one since I replaced the PS/2 keyboard even at heavy usage.

Again, thanks for the help.

Glad you figured it out Lynyrd, Was prob a good idea to replace the keyboard anyway

- Tony
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