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Solved Sound is really loud whenever something makes noise

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by BigbyBoss, Sep 16, 2017.

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  1. BigbyBoss

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    Yesterday everything worked fine. After waking up and wanting to look at a video, it just started making loud noises, sounds a lot like a static noise, and you couldn't make anything out what was being said or played.
    Then i switched to my headphones, but the same thing happens there.

    Should be noted that it makes the static noise only if the PC tries to play noises, like a video on YouTube or playing music or even other software that makes noises with alerts for example.
     
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  2. Oddba11

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    I don't hear anything wrong in the video. Everything is seems perfectly legible.

    Have you verified advanced mixer and volume settings?
     
  3. BigbyBoss

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    If you don't hear anything, then i guess i can't record what's wrong on my PC.
    What exactly do you mean with verified? If you mean i should check if things are different, i'll go check. I don't know why they would be different as this has never happened before and i haven't messed with my audio settings for at least a good month, but it can't hurt to check.
     
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    Okay, so at the bottom of the website is a section called Similar Threads. From there, i clicked on "sometimes the computer sound super bad" from Sturlius.
    I read through it, but found that we had a different problem. A different situation.
    But there i read your comment about uninstalling and reinstalling drivers. I thought i could at least give that a try.
    After uninstalling the drivers for my headphones and reinstalling it, after restarting the PC, it all sounds good again.
    And the fact that i didn't have to update my speaker driver is because my headphones actually has a station to which i can connect the speakers. It also has a button to quickly switch between using headphones and using speakers.

    Oddba11, thank you for taking the time to try and help. I will mark this thread as solved, but i'll come back if any other problems may arrive.
    Thank you for your time.
     
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