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Windows 7: Scrambled Noise At Higher Frequencies

10 Apr 2011   #21
BlackMaterial

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 




This it what it says.


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10 Apr 2011   #22
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BlackMaterial View Post
This it what it says.

Right click on each device, the AMD device first;

What does it say?

Regards....Mike Connor
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10 Apr 2011   #23
BlackMaterial

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 



This.
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10 Apr 2011   #24
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Click on "properties" for both devices. Post the screen shot.
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10 Apr 2011   #25
BlackMaterial

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 



Result.
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10 Apr 2011   #26
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

OK. You have not disabled the on-board audio in the BIOS.

You can disable it in the device manager. Right-Click on the AMD device, and choose "Disable".
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10 Apr 2011   #27
BlackMaterial

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

That's a bit worrying actually.

Than what did I disable?
I saw something with Realtek HD Audio.

Anyway, I'll try and Disable it through here.

Will post result in 5 minutes max.
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10 Apr 2011   #28
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

There is no rush, take your time, and note what you do.

Realtek HD Audio is a VIRTUAL device. Basically controller software. Not a piece of hardware.

The AMD audio device is a CHIP on your motherboard.

I am unable to post actual BIOS screenshots, for obvious reasons.

Anyway, after disabling the device, close all windows, restart your PC, and see if that has solved the problems.
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10 Apr 2011   #29
BlackMaterial

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

- Restarted after disabling the Device through the Control Panel
Problem still excisted
- Shut down my computer, opened it up and removed the Audio Card and mounted it back in (Same PCI Slot)
- Started my computer up.
Problem still excists.

Any more idea's?
The audio can also be described as trembling, scrambled, like the speaker have the sniffles.

.. This is tiring.

Regards,
BlackMaterial.
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10 Apr 2011   #30
Mike Connor

Several, including Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BlackMaterial View Post
- Restarted after disabling the Device through the Control Panel
Problem still excisted
- Shut down my computer, opened it up and removed the Audio Card and mounted it back in (Same PCI Slot)
- Started my computer up.
Problem still excists.

Any more idea's?
The audio can also be described as trembling, scrambled, like the speaker have the sniffles.

.. This is tiring.

Regards,
BlackMaterial.
My suggestion would be to remove that card, and use the on-board audio.

Either there is a fault on the card, it is not completely compatible with your board, or the drivers are faulty.

Trying to troubleshoot things like this can be somewhat wearying, it is the nature of the beast. Also, all I know is what you tell me.

I don't know what you disabled in the BIOS, but I suggest you re-enable it.

Regards....Mike Connor
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