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Noise from power supply

I have a toshiba satellite m100 when i plug in the power supply and listen to music out of the headphone jack there is a loud buzzing noise. and when i disconect the power supply and run on the battery there is no noise what may be the problem

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Hello obs1,
It appears you have a faulty ground from where you plug into the power outlet. You may need to invest in a better surge protector or try another power outlet.

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Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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