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Computer speakers buzzing

I have a Dell Inspiron 1300 laptop. As of a few weeks ago, there is a low, constant humming coming from the computer loud-speakers. This sound is also audible when other speakers or headphones are plugged into the same port, so it is not due to the speakers themselves.

I would welcome any possible suggestions as to what might be wrong.

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Please try moving the laptop to another location, if you have not already tried that, especially if you have any other electromagnetic device nearby (like a transformer, motorized device, machinery, etc...)

Posted on Jan 31, 2009

  • Ron Maxson
    Ron Maxson Jan 30, 2014

    This is a desktop

  • Ron Maxson
    Ron Maxson Jan 30, 2014

    disregard the comment was for my problem

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