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Old 04-18-2004, 01:57 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Buzzing on my speakers when I use my scroll mouse

SUPERSONICB!+C#'s internal 5-1/4 Drive Bay Speakers with Sub Woofer have been giving me a rather noticable buzzing noise when ever i use the scroll function on my Genius Optical Mouse.

The cables for mouse and speaker or not tangles. Any other suggestions???

BTW, the mouse is connected via USB.
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Old 04-18-2004, 02:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i had the same problem just mute the line in input playback under sound properties. simple as that for me
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I've the same problem two times: once, it happend when my mouse cable was very close to speakes, and in the second tome it happend becaue my old Voodoo Rush video card was buggy, and didn't work correctly, so, when I played music and at the same moment tried to scroll the scroll bar, it caused very annoying buzzing sound.

Try to check if all the cabels are connected properly, and not dammaged, and try to place mouse's cable more separately from the speaker.
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it could be caused by electrical sparks inside your mouse, or electrical interference from inside your pc leeching into your sound card chips
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