I have a Dell Inspiron 1505 Laptop and there is a loud static noise that comes from the speakers. It is not constant, just intermittent, but still is loud enough that i can't use the computer. I have had a Dell rep change the speakers and that stopped the problem for a while but it has now resurfaced. I am running Windows Vista 32-bit. Also, when i checked the speakers and microphone jacks, the volume meter on the microphone jack shows that a sound is being recorded by the microphone every time the static sound is made. It causes the volume meter on the microphone to be maxed out so i'm not sure if this has something to do with the problem.
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If the numlock key is not working at all, try to tear down your laptop by removing the keyboard itself out from your laptop. But if your hesitating to do that, just simply call DELL technical support for assistance and in a case that the numlock is not totally working at all, then they can able to replace the keyboard or the motherboard, depending on the troubleshooting that could be done. Make sure that your laptop still under warranty coz if not then it is required for you to buy a keyboard that fits for your Inspiron 1505. And if in a case that bad is the motherboard, then it should be replace. Thank you.
By chance have you tried making sure the laptop is not too close to the speakers? Sometime you will get feedback when the source is to close to high powered speakers. Also, check your jack cord and make sure no splits/cuts are visiable and the plugs are fully inserted.
hi.. Based on what you are stating, could be power supply problem. Try
replacing power supply adapter that Dell supplies. Go on Dell support
page using your computer number and you can see if there are any
manufacturers recall on the computer or the power supply...