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Monitor occasionally makes a "trilling" sound

When the computer processor is working hard I get a feedback sound out of my monitor speakers. A "trilling" sound is the only way to describe it.

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Re: monitor occasionally makes a "trilling" sound

Cheap sound card. upgrade to an audigy or even a sound blaster. You can try reducing the volume control on the internal mixer from all the way up to about 2/3 and that will help. If it's not up all the way on the main volume already- then the sound card is cheap- and has no filtering on the inputs. A better sound card generally fixes this.

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Re No sound from monitor speakers

Thanks for the info,

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If you don't have the disk then you will have to ......

(unplug sound card - if its a plug in)
Remove the cables,check for model and make,download from net.
if sound on motherboard then download the model and make also.

You will have to load the downloaded drivers on to a disk.
2.update your device drivers and point the wizard at the disk,

Reboot and that should be it sorted,

Thanks and let me know the outcome,Cheers

try this site.....

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