Un excepted noise from my computer.

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 There is a un excepted noise comes from my computer, how can I solve the problem. Please help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #97867

Un excepted noise from my computer.

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There are many causes to generate the bad and un excepted noise from any computer. There are many component may be caused for this problem. Mainly hard drive, CD ROM drive, floppy drive, power supply unit, fan, speakers and monitor are caused for the bad noise.

You can see all the components of your computer and make sure from where the bad noise comes from, and repair or replace the components to solve this type of problem. You can clean the computer time to time and check the connection cable and jack. I wish you can solve the problem.

Thank you every one.

Answered By 0 points N/A #97868

Un excepted noise from my computer.

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Hello,

it is a good question to share and ask.

If you have two different versions of the same media player such as AOL 2 versions or etc. installed in your PC, this kind of problem occurs. If you have 2 different versions, then it clashes with one another and makes noise. It could also be your hardware problem. sometimes the fan in the CPU makes unusual noise.

To get rid of this problem, you can check your PC and uninstall one of  the same version (if you have any) .Then restart the pc and run with any one version of media player.

If it is the fan in your CPU, clean it up and then run.

Answered By 0 points N/A #97870

Un excepted noise from my computer.

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Hello,

it is a wonderful question to share and ask.

If you have two different versions of same media player such as two different versions of AOL etc. in your computer, it clashes with one another and makes unusual noise. On the other hand, it could be your hardware system. That is making noise such as the fan in your CPU can be responsible for that..

To get rid of this problem, search for the same two versions of same media player and uninstall one of them. Then restart and continue. On the other hand, if you find your CPU fan is responsible for it, clean it up and then run the pc.

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