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If i just leave it on and not do anything on it, it won't restart. Back to top #14 crafty2148 crafty2148 Topic Starter Members 71 posts OFFLINE Local time:06:19 AM Posted 17 May 2012 - 06:36 AM Yeah i found that on the internet last So i started swapping sticks to see if any of them were bad, the same thing kept happening though. Out of curiousty, I’m going to run a performance test without moving anything, to see if I can here the processor signals getting denser or something…. http://magicnewspaper.com/computer-freezes/computer-freezes-on-startup-when-it-reaches-the-sound-icon.html

Score 0 makkem November 17, 2013 12:44:13 PM I would assume the PSU is screwed to the chassis so the ground would be through these screws. Also, I assume you tried going into the RealTek and windows software and made adjustments because to high of gain can make static sounds. unplugging PC from powered down presonus..... Proffitt Forum moderator / February 21, 2008 6:15 AM PST In reply to: nope Not that you installed SP2 after.

Hate to think of this happening again in a public place, like say the library!!!! A technician told me it was no hardware problem and that I should just keep using the machine and it will maybe go away (like, wtf?). So I have this same problem.

I was under the impression that as the person who started the thread that I was supposed to chose the solution to my problem? I finally connected it to the pogo cable and held the power button down a long time and then it booted up again and seems to be behaving normally. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). It's definitely the PC and I'm starting to suspect its a mobo defect.

perfect!!! at a minimum this will get the line out and audio jack quite far away from the processor area and I really think that's the root cause. All my other devices give a warning and allow me time to shut down on my own. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1989479/computer-freezing-making-high-pitched-noise.html If they're connected to any other device the noise isn't there.

Since the noise occurred at my buddies house and using my monitor on his PC on his computer made the same noise I find it hard to believe it is a Thanks, Pyrophyte Score 0 thee_prisoner April 5, 2013 8:17:19 AM I didn't pick it so I don't know who did. Too expensive for that! Computer freezing w/ high pitch beep Started by crafty2148 , May 14 2012 06:33 AM Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next Please log in to reply 21 replies to this

Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? https://forums.bistudio.com/topic/108440-computer-freezes-entirely-and-makes-high-pitch-sound/ I swapped my 3.5mm/rca cable with an optical audio cable and the sound was gone. Just try to make sure that the outlet you are grounding your speakers on is a nice clean ground (I have no idea how to test the integrity of a ground). My computer would completely lock up (had to resstart computer) when i would watch any videos.

static like noise coming from studio monitors whenever the mouse was moved, web pages loaded, rolling mouse over links, or scrolling pages etc..... http://magicnewspaper.com/computer-freezes/buzzing-and-clicking-sound-then-freezes-up.html Anyways, it could be a ground issue. While I do appreciate your input, I wouldn't say that my issue is solved yet... Analysis: Things I've done to make it stop for a second only, then it starts again: disconnect an ethernet cable from the PC, pull power from wireless router, jiggle the audio

I don't use forums very often so I guess I'm just a little confused! I found a solution and thought I'd come back to share it for people in the future. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. http://magicnewspaper.com/computer-freezes/sound-freezes-about-once-a-second.html I checked all power connections to the board and all seem to be secure.Did you try reloading defaults in the BIOS?

Two entirely different issues here.After you install new parts, the OS needs a reinstall. You may want to take the plate off( turn the power of at the fuse box) and check and see if the ground wire(green wire) is attached the ground behind the Unbelievable, every audio jack on the PC is just as good even though the PC doesn't have one of these...

Do you have the speakers right next to the computer?

My 50 cents. I am happy, the humX is the solution... I am about to try fully de-powering the systems and then re-booting after all the juice has been used to see if it drops all the static in the lines. Acer Chromebook R13 Game review RollerCoaster Tycoon Classic is pocket-sized theme park fun comparison OnePlus 3T vs.

By kwitel in forum HTC One M7 Replies: 4 Last Post: 01-02-2014, 09:36 PM Which unlocked version of the Note 3 should work best with ATT? Or could be when you built the PC when you attached the mobo to the case it didn't ground properly. Mine could be a different thing your about but it is similar. and guess what, I was getting so tiered of dealing with this shizzle that I did something drastic, as a test.