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The buzzing/grinding noise is probably a bad connection if you are using earphones. Put a couple of drops of rubbing alcohol on some toilet paper and clean the prong for your earphones. Wait a minute and reinsert the plug into the jack. As for the freezing up of the video, you might want to download and install your video drivers for your emachine. Go to the manufacturer's web page to find the right ones. Don't forget to reboot after installations.
Go to ACER web site and download the CAM Drivers and install them again. OR, go to the Control panel/devices/ and look down the list and look for an ICON suggesting a device is not recognized. Click on the ICON and select Update Driver.
Your computer has the My Web Search toolbar. That is Malware and you need to remove it immediately. Restart your computer in Safe Mode and run all your security program scans. If you recently removed My Web Search then this reference was left in your startup folder. If this is the case I suggest you download and install this great free program CCleaner.
During the installation uncheck the Yahoo Toolbar or it will also be installed.
Once you have it installed, click the Tools Tab and then the Startup tab. If you see the My Web Search toolbar left click it and then click Disable. Now click the Issues Tab and click Scan for Issues. Once it finishes, click Fix Issues. This will remove any remnants of My Web Search if you have removed the program. Post back if you need more assistance.
umm so are u asking for help or complaining? most site ****** people into this its just there way of screwing with you.. so u know that driver robot is a virus and its deleted ur stuff on purpose..
now to fix this issue. your best off with doing a clean install*deleting the old windows and reinstalling it to get rid of the virus for sure* if u wanna keep ur data then burn it and scan on another computer. before you delete it download the driver for your motherboard LAN*internet* since you will need this to finish the install of the system again. then burn the driver and delete the whole things
once your finished installing windows install the interent driver and download drivermax.. its free and all you have to do sign up... then you download it from download.com and it will autofind the proper drivers for your computer...good luck and next time dont download things like that and have a good anitvirus..i suggest avg...again its free from free.avg.com its good and make sure u keep it updated
The PSU voltages can be checked with a digital multimeter at the ATX connector, 3.3v (orange), 5.0v (red) & 12v (yellow) if the DMM is indicating values of MORE than 5% variation your PSU is the likely villain (best to rule it out first).
Are you getting a BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) or error messages when you PC randomly shuts down?