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Awful feedback coming from speakers

Q: Awful feedback coming from speakers

Hey all

My I-trigue speakers gave up the ghost the other day, so I bought a 2nd hand set of Creative A250 2.1 speakers from ebay for ten quid. These arrived this morning. I unboxed them to discover they were brand new: all the original packing, sticky labels, and box itself untouched. Impressed, I wired them up, plugged them in.... result was appalling. Deep hum as soon as I switched the speakers on by their rotating on/off/vol switch located on the right hand speaker. I have ensured all are correctly connected; checked the volume levels; ensured there is plenty of space between speakers etc to no avail. This kicks off immediately the speakers are switched on at the lowest possible volume.

Any suggestions gratefully received. I am running an Alienware X51.

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A: Awful feedback coming from speakers

If you have a microphone connected, disconnect it or disable it and see what happens. If that isn't the problem, return the speakers.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/awful-feedback-coming-from-speakers.207545/
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Hi,

I have an issue with my Laptop Satellite Pro, Windows Vista, that when I plug in my headphones and turn the sound up from the laptop, that feedback is coming through the built in speakers on the laptop.

How do i stop this?

Thanks

Andy

A:Feedback coming from speakers, when i have my headphones plugged in

> when I plug in my headphones and turn the sound up from the laptop, that feedback is coming through the built in speakers

Do you mean just the feedback (echo) or an full sound?
What Satellite Pro do you have exactly and what system are u using?

Do you have an Realtek sound card?

https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?70491-Feedback-coming-from-speakers-when-i-have-my-headphones-plugged-in
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Please Please - I am frustrated! I have never had problems using my mic in chat rooms. I purchased a headset/mic combination and it worked for awhile but then the mic suddenly went.

I just purchased a new mic and when I plug it in along with the speakers or headset, I get this awful terrible feedback. I can hear myself speaking through the speakers when I try and use the mic at the same time. One works with out the other connected....

I can't figure out what has happened....can anyone help me?

Thanks so much....
 

A:{RESOLVED}Awful Feedback when Using Mic

what software are you using for your sound card? Hmm it might have settings...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/resolved-awful-feedback-when-using-mic.96550/
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And if the game is still running and you press Alt + Tab to get to windows then the noise drops out completely until you Alt + Tab back to it which it then starts back again.

Im not sure which bit it causing it to happen, but im thinking its more my graphics card maby?

Thanks in advance, Phil.

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I have a Dell Inspiron 7559 laptop that I bought about a month ago.  When I hook it up to my external speakers and start up a game such as WoW, the sound that comes out of the speakers sounds awful... like it's a way lower bitrate than it shoudl be, missing depth and fullness... almost as if it were coming out of one of those old pc speakers. 
If I unplug the speakers, let the OS realize they were disconnected, then plug them back in again, it works fine. 
Anyone see this before?

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Yes I have a friend Major coming feedback headset!!!!!! through who got a headset She was talking threw her webcam mic at first Then I tried to get her to use the mic on her headset Well finally after awhile she got that to work However when I talk to her at the same time I hear myself clear as day through my headset then I hear myself on her end to I take it I can hear myself coming through her soundcard Well I tried for hours to try to help her fix this with no avail I don t know what is going on because her speakers are off so that shouldn t be the problem I can only think that maybe the headset is a piece of crap one Any solutions I can tell her to try so I don t hear myself coming thru my headset Btw her sound card is Realtek Oh and another thing it has nothing to do with any settings on my end nbsp

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/major-feedback-coming-through-headset.685214/
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A:CPU says sound coming through speakers, but its coming via headphones

Did you try re-plugging the headphones yet? Is it jacked or USB?

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I turn my computer back on, and now when I play songs and video files, anything with sound, I hear this fuzzyness, feedback, popping like sound in the background of the speakers, sometimes, depending on the song, it gets so extreme I don't even want to listen to the song.

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Thank you.
 

A:Lots of feedback in my speakers.

One thing to check would be your Windows sound-device settings. If your PC was forcefully shutdown from a power outtage, sometimes these cached registry values can go fubar.

Hit Control Panel, click on "Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices".. then the "Sounds and Audio Devices" icon in there.

The new window that pops up- the 3rd or 4th tab at the top is labeled "Audio"- click there. On the Sound Playback device at the top, hit the Advanced button to open yet another window.

Click the "Performance" tab in this new window and make sure Hardware Acceleration and Sample Rate Conversion quality sliders are maxed. If not, max them and click OK... keep clicking OK until you are back at the control panel.

Dunno if this is what ails ya, but it's worth looking at as I've seen this happen before with a shutdown XP pc here once. Good luck.
 

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Almost like a clicking noise or pinging noise.

What is this and how can I fix it?
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A:Feedback from speakers while surfing the web.

Start -> Control Panel -> Sound and audio devices -> click on the sounds tab.
Select your sound scheme as none.
This should do it for you.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/feedback-from-speakers-while-surfing-the-web.392867/
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A:Static Feedback Through Speakers

You might check your computer manufacturer's download site
I know HP has a driver update for certain models that is supposed to take care of noise

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A:Feedback through headphones, but sound through speakers

What is your PC specs? Please fill in the "My System Specs" so we know what you have. That helps us to try and help you.

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Have you tried system restore?

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A:Computer Hangs +feedback buzz through speakers

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A:I can't get sound coming from the speakers

had you check under >device manager if there is any yellow "?" beside the sound device?

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A:no sound coming from speakers.......unless

If this is a desk top, check to be sure the speakers are plugged into the correct place at the back of the tower..

vicks
 

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A:No Sound Coming From Speakers

Do you have a sound card installed or do you use on-board sound? If a sound card, did you install the drivers for it? (I know nothing about on-board sound).

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A:Sound not coming through speakers

I agree with your assessment, it is likely your sound card. Make sure the hardware is compatible and the driver is updated: Update a driver for hardware that isn't working properly.

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A:no sound coming through speakers

Hi, Can you post back with the full Model No. and Product No. of your notebook - you can usually get this by holding down the fn key and pressing esc, otherwise see Here for a guide on locating this information. Regards, DP-K

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A:No Sound coming from speakers.

What does it say in device manager?
 

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A:No sound coming from speakers

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A:Speakers Coming On With Commercials

I really want to laugh at this one as it's really funny. However, this is definately malware and should be treated seriously.Does you computer open any programs to play the music/ads, or does it just come out of nothing?Please list the programs that you downloaded before, even if you deleted them they may have left other malware on your computer.Norton is not a bad scanner, but like all scanners can miss some malware. If the adware has gotten so deep that it can run sound files, then it really should have been detected.Let's start by running SDfix. Follow the instructions here: http://forums.majorgeeks.com/showthread.php?p=869653Post your log back in your next reply.

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/134358/speakers-coming-on-with-commercials/
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Hello!

I recently picked up a PC off a friend that he wasn't using, I formatted it and had to individually install all the chipset drivers as he didn't give me the motherboard CD, I'm having a problem with the sound, all the drivers are installed, I can get sound from my headphones but I cannot get sound when I plug in speakers.

Has anyone had a similar issue to this before?

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A:Commercials coming through the speakers

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Nate
 

A:Still no sound coming from my speakers....please help

you could always try uninstalling winamp, then do a fresh download and reinstall it. i had a similar problem with winamp, i think there was an interuption in the download and it didnt install alll of the files onto the pc.

Just a thought, but its worth a try.

Rick
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/still-no-sound-coming-from-my-speakers-please-help.37399/
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A:Why do I not have sound coming from my speakers?

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

You need to reinstall your sound drivers.

If you use onboard sound then you can get the drivers from your mobo manufacturers website. If your computer is an oem such as Dell/E-machines etc, then visit the website of your computer manufacturer.

If you use a separate soundcard, then you will be able to get the drivers from your soundcard manufacturers website.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/why-do-i-not-have-sound-coming-from-my-speakers.37120/
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http://superuser.com/questions/80981/strange-intermittent-background-sound-in-windows-7
 
Dell Studio XPS 8100
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
Speakers: Dell Realtek High Definifion Audio

A:Duh-Duh sound keeps coming from speakers

Keep the Volume Mixer open (right click on speaker in your taskbar> Open Volume Mixer) and watch it when the sound goes off. You should see a spike under one of the running applications in the mixer. That will tell you what's creating the sound, and we can move on from there.

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A:No sound is coming out of my pc speakers

Hello and welcome to TSG! Do you have a sound card or onboard sound
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-sound-is-coming-out-of-my-pc-speakers.326139/
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A:Static Coming From Speakers

Originally Posted by Bhs2010


I am sorry in advance if this has already been answered.

When i plug my headphones in i hear static, you can not notice it once the music is playing, but it gets really annoying really fast.

I dont know what to do. I have my speakers hooked up to a Turtle Beach Montego DDL. I couldnt find any X64 bit drivers for this card, so i figured there had to be other drivers that had the same chipset......I was right. So i have different drivers for the card.

I need help , Please Help!

Thanks,
Aaron



Hey Aaron,

It might be your headphones but if your using a different driver to your normal one thats also a huge factor that might be causing it.

http://www.vistax64.com/sound-audio/158576-static-coming-speakers.html
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What I have done:

Checked device manager, its fine
Checked volume on both windows and speakers, fine
Rebooted, didn't work

I tried booting into Lubuntu Linux, and it worked then.
 

A:No sound coming from speakers?

Nice - you have narrowed this down to a Windows issue . I would try updating the driver first or rolling it back if updating is not an option. If you go back into device manager and check the properties on your sound device is there an option to Update or Roll Back the driver to a previous version?

If that doesn't work I would try uninstalling it in device manager the right click on Sound in Device Manager and select Scan for Hardware Changes to have it detected / re-installed or just reboot.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-sound-coming-from-speakers.1138572/
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A:No Sound Coming from Speakers On Laptop

Welcome to TSG forums.
Go into device manager, is there anything with a yellow ! or ? listed there?
Vicks
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-sound-coming-from-speakers-on-laptop.954893/
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A:No sound coming out of speakers but are for headphones

Well, Most speakers for computers do not take a digital input so that is causing a problem some where. Where are you plugging the headphones and speakers?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-sound-coming-out-of-speakers-but-are-for-headphones.891419/
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A:weird sound.... coming from speakers

I'd say it's an electronic component died or something shorting out on the MOBO or sound card. Did you leave it in the sun or overheat somehow? Drop it? Not to imply you're not careful.






i asked the repairman who opened my netbook to check it ...and told me its not the speakers..... its just a software problem...which i cant believe since if its software then when i installed win 8 , it should be gone...



You experimented to try to fix the problem software-wise. I'd say you're gut feeling is correct. Sounds to me like he's passing the buck as we say. If it's under warrantee, get them to fix it.

Good luck!

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A:Absolutely no sound coming from speakers

if you buy a new motherboard - you would also need to be a new windows OS
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/absolutely-no-sound-coming-from-speakers.1135696/
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A:Weird voices coming from my speakers

Start with a malware scan with Malwarebytes free version
If it is anything other than interference of some kind I would be surprised

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A:No Sound coming from speakers, not sure why. Help needed please.

Is everything greyed out in control panel in the sound tab?
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/no-sound-coming-from-speakers-not-sure-why-help-needed-please.113019/
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A:No sound coming from speakers, headphones OK

Question, if you actually disable the headphones in playback devices will the speakers kick on?

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Quote: Originally Posted by zayoun


Dear All,

i really need your help.

i'm trying since last week to get my new Samsung HD TV to work on my Desktop.

after a lot of google researches, i've figured out how to get the HDMI output Option from BIOS setting,

i successfully set it up as default and everything seems fine, BUT the sound is not coming out.

My VGA is DVI AUDIO Enabled.

the connection is DVI to HDMI adapter, then HDMI to HDMI Cable to the TV.

i even treid to connect audio cables from the sound card to the DVI/HDMI 2 port in the TV, but again no luck .

any ideas guys??


First welcome to SF and thanks for filling n your system specs

Im going to start with the basics. you updated the audio driver to win 7 right?
Ken

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You have 32 bit Windows 8? Is that how it came from HP or did you put that on?

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A:Weird Sounds Coming From Speakers...

Specifically what processes do you end?

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/weird-sounds-coming-from-speakers-222843.html
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/sound-coming-through-speakers-and-headphones.561515/
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A:Mic sounds coming through headset speakers

Go into Control Panel\Sound on the "Recording" tab click "Microphone" then Properties, then click on the "Listen" tab and Make suer that "Listen to this device" is uncheaked.

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A:No sound coming from laptop speakers...

Go into device manager and make sure that they are no "?" by anything. Most sound drivers have multiple devices. It could be that one or more of them is not installed properly.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/no-sound-coming-from-laptop-speakers.672441/
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A:Sound from both speakers coming from one speaker only

If only speaker is working on your laptop, it is possible that the right speaker itself on your laptop could already be failing and needs to be repaired. Since you tested the sound by using a headphones and the left and right works properly that means there is no problem with the driver. So my suggestion is send your laptop for repair and have the right speaker replaced.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/sound-from-both-speakers-coming-from-one-speaker-only.878105/
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I'd appreciate some help also.

Ps. I think of trying to install the old drivers in compatibility mode. Will tell if I get lucky.

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A:Buzzing sound coming from speakers

I had this issue recently and I noticed that even when I'm using my headset the buzzing sound appear :|
In my case, the buzzing sound was not continuous and can only be heard while playing audio and using the browser or other things. I found out that (DirectX 11) somehow has something to do with the audio. So I downgrade it to (9.0c) and the buzz gone.

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and when mute the sound in the speakers, the headset audio is also getted muted 

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I tried using the computer with another hard drive, other video card and different RAM sticks to no avail.
I tried reinstalling/updating the video card drivers and that didn't fix the problem. I also tried using a Linux distro called Knoppix and it didn't make any noise or crashed, so I'm guessing it's a software issue.

Anybody knows what is up with it? I'm out of ideas.

Sorry if I'm posting in the wrong subforum.

A:Weird sounds coming from the speakers

try going to master volume and check to see if your wave sound isn't set too high
double click on your speaker next to time or go into control panel and click on sound and audio devices and then in the volume tab, click on advanced and check the wave volume
lower it if too high to see if this will help

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A:No sound coming from external speakers

Sounds like you may have a monitor with an HDMI connection. If this is the case, Windows automatically defaults the default audio playback device to the HDMI, if an HDMI cable is connected to the PC. If you want the PC sound you must manually change the default audio playback device to "Speakers" (PC sound). And you will likely have to do this each time you boot up. I was looking at a new monitor at either Sam's Club or Costco and decided against it as it was an HDMI connected monitor.

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I tried every available solution on Google but No help. 
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Please Reply Soon.
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A:"Device in Use" No Sound Coming From Speakers.

I would try uninstalling the audio drivers via Device Manager...then reinstalling same from the Drivers CD or the website of the system manufacturer.
 
FWIW:  The notation that drivers are current...IMO, is practically meaningless since current drivers can/do become damaged and incapable of doing what they are designed to do.
 
Louis

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A:Music Coming From Speakers Mysteriously

Hi fmiadmin,As a general rule if there are problems with hardware it is a good idea to check and see if there are updated drivers. Have you tried reinstalling the drivers for your sound card? How to update a Windows hardware driver.

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I stumbled upon a temporary fix (which I'm hoping might lead to an experienced user helping me identify the root):

Open the Recording tab in Sounds (this screen http://img1.uploadscreenshot.com/ima...53855-orig.jpg )

As soon as that tab opens, the sound ends. I can then have complete silence! As soon as I leave the tab, the sound resumes. As soon as I disable both devices, the sound resumes.

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A:Static coming through speakers when nothing is playing

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A:No sound coming from speakers/headphones

Hi Connor234,

Welcome to Seven Forums.

You can follow the troubleshootings steps mentioned on: No sound in Windows - Microsoft Windows Help

Keep us posted

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A:Strange noise coming from speakers.. help?

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A:Scratchy Noise coming from Speakers

Try finding, and reinstalling your sound driver.
 

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A:No sound coming from monitor speakers

There is a cable running from the monitor to the Sound output on the back of the computer. Is the cable plugged into the monitor? Is the cable plugged into the Green audio out port of the computer?

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A:Constant 'dry noise' coming from speakers?

Try getting the latest driver from the manufacturer of the sound card, or if its onboard sound, from the motherboard makers website.
 

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A:Constant 'dry noise' coming from speakers?

The dry noise is like a static sound in the background? Only thing I can think of, besides the obvious loose plug is check the levels in Windows, maybe they were increased too high. I know increasing the tones via software can cause a lot of sound problems like static and clipping.
 

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A:Computer sounds coming through the speakers

No system specs including what type of sound "card" and what type of speakers - analog connected to the PC's GREEN speaker out jack or USB.

Some of those sounds are standard windows sounds that can be enabled or disabled in the Control Panel/Hardware and Sound. Click on "Change System Sounds" under the "Sound" entry.

A high speaker volume setting will tend to make those system sounds more noticeable.

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A:Music/voices coming from speakers

Thread moved to Windows 7.

Does this happen randomly? As if you just booted the PC and then the sounds start happening?

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A:Microphone input allways coming out of speakers

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A:Plugging in Headphones. Sound Still Coming Out of Speakers

Hi CoocookachoHave a look in your audio manager. Mine is Realtek, yours might be different.Look for a setting about headphones.

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A:Laptop sound coming from subwoofer instead of RL speakers.

Check to see if the PC came with any Sound Enhancement, such as Dolby, SoundBlaster MB, etc. Could be one of those is not Windows 10 compatible and causing the problem, or may just a configuration.

One other thing you can try, even though you downloaded the Realtek. Go to the Device Manager, RIGHT click on the Realtek sound entry to highlight it and then LEFT click "Uninstall". DO NOT uninstall the drivers. Restart the PC and when Windows starts it will detect and reinstall the sound. This fixes a lot of problems and may take care of yours.

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Hello I am new here, I am pretty sure I have some sort of virus. I Have a HP Pavilion All in one PC that is running on Windows 7. I Have no programs open and I can here random radio voices and sometimes a couple at the same time, please help me fix this.
 
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A:Voices coming from Speakers and no programs open

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I've tried searching Google for a fix but I can't seem to find anything atm. I'm using the Realtek High Definition Audio driver.

A:Sound coming from headphones and speakers at the same time

Update your Realtek Audio Drivers --> http://www.realtek.com/Downloads/dow...Level=3&Conn=2

Go into Realtek Control Panel and check settings.

Regards. . .

jcgriff2

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Hi,

I have the following problem with Dell Inspiron N5010 with Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit: When headphones are connected to the headphone jack, the laptop speakers will not disable.

The laptop recognizes headphones (test sounds are coming through) and they can be used for communications, e.g. Skype. The laptop has IDT High Definition Audio CODEC driver's latest version.

On the other hand, sound from softwares and games are coming from the speaker.

According to me, the problem would be that it is not possible to switch headphones as default device in control panel -> sound.
See the Attached pic, even if i click "Default Device" for headphones it does nothing, there is no tickmark even after clicking
Pls Help!

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A:Sound coming from speakers when headphones attached

Control Panel | in the box, top, right which says Search Control Panel, type troubleshooting | Under Troubleshooting, Find and fix problems | Hardware and Sound | you will have Playing audio and Recording audio.

Let me know if this solved your problem.

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Hi there,

I have an ASUS P8Z68-V LE motherboard and I am having a problem with my sound. I just bought this new computer and after frigging things around to get my video card to work, my audio decided to stop working. It is weird because it shows that there is sound on screen (the volume bar goes up in green and down while playing a video etc), but there is no sound at all. I've plugged in my speakers in the proper 3 ports (green, orange and black) to no avail. My headphones will also not work. I've checked to see if the onboard sound was enabled and it was. I've downloaded and reinstalled the drivers twice. Nothing.

Any help would do!

edit: There is weird noise coming from my speakers when plugged in and when I turn the volume up and down it sounds like someone is blowing into a microphone
 

A:Playback Settings Indicate sound but there is nothing coming from speakers

If this is a Big Box computer such as an HP/Compaq please included the Manufacturer and Exact Model Number.
 

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I have an HP Inspiron laptop computer and every once in a while a squawk comes from the computer s speakers and I need to shut down the computer to get it to stop I have noticed Squawk Coming Speakers Solved: HP Laptop from that when I partially close the computer quot lid quot the squawk begins but when I open the quot lid quot the squawk goes away I like to close the quot lid quot to keep dust off of the keys I now use USB headphones plugged into the computer I previously had headphones that used the two jacks one jack for the headphones and one for the microphone and when I used them I noticed that when I tapped on the computer near the keys I Solved: Squawk Coming from HP Laptop Speakers heard the tap through the headphones Also when I unplugged the two jacks the squawk immediately began Does anyone know why Solved: Squawk Coming from HP Laptop Speakers my computer produces a loud squawk through the speakers Is it the headphones Can I make some adjustments under quot playback devices quot to stop this Thanks again for any and all replies to my questions nbsp

A:Solved: Squawk Coming from HP Laptop Speakers

Your computer probably has a built-in microphone. You could get feedback noise if the microphone is enabled to play its sounds through the built-in speakers. The position of the lid may control how much of the sound from the speakers gets back to the microphone.

Check the sound control panel and make sure the internal mic is muted.
 

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