On Thu, 27 Apr 2000, Steven Satelle wrote:
I'd try disconnecting the speakers, if still buzzes, then internal, I
suppose open sys and listen to cards to see what it is, if stops then check
for other cables causeing sound, try clearing all cables from around speaker
cables and put them away from everything else, also jiggle the connections,
both cable into speakers and jack plug on other end, could be a loose
connection inside the speakers.
experienced this too.
another thing to try is to move the sound card to the last/bottom ISA
slot, as far away as possible from the CPU and main chipset.
Also, if your video card is pci, move it to the top slot, as they
generate a lot of RF too.
Paul Jakma paul at clubi.ie
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