AC97 Audio

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soldtheworld

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hi everyone,
When I turn the volume of speakers a bit high I hear some scratchy sound behind the song that I’m listening to , and when the song is finished, I keep on hearing that noise every time I move the mouse, its annoying, and it won’t stop until I lower the volume, it’s a problem that I had since I got my computer and I think I know what causes that ( when I was setting up my PC for the first time, my wife took care of the wires connection, I trust her when she said everything is ok…, I turn it on, then the tests starts, when we got to test _do you here a sound?_ there was no sound, we skiped this step and finally I found out the speakers wire wasn’t connected correctly, I think it was connected to the micro maybe, anyway I hope I explain well my situation and I’m waiting for your response experts. ( I own a HP pavilion 513n - Sound/Audio: AC97 Audio)
thanks in advance guys
 
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soldtheworld said:
pLEASE HELP
You might try going into your Volume Control Panel and clicking the Advanced button under Volume control and try checking and unchecking your options there (I have 2 options & have them both checked) until you find a setting that works. Worth a try.
 
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The "scratchy sound" is interference caused by the speaker lead being too close to the mouse and/or video cables. Keep them as far apart as possible from all other cables.
 
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