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Sound interferance when plugged into m/board

I have a pc surround sound system that when plugged in emmits scratching and squeeking aswell as sounds, please help me its driving me nuts

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Is your sound card onboard? try to do the ff..
1. try to reinstall the driver.
2.clean the knob of your speaker, may be the volume of your speaker dirty ,clean it or try onother speaker
3.try to use another sound card ,may the onboard is defective already.

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