This just happened to me, do you just keep trying to power it down to stop the buzzing? Thanks prisoner , I have the speakers on my desk about 2 feet up from the tower which is on the floor. Click here to Register a free account now! This leads me to believe that it may be an issue with my computer or sound card but I don't know for sure, and if it is I don't know how have a peek here
If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). I assume you are plugged into a wall socket and/or a power strip with a three prong plug? Hate to think of this happening again in a public place, like say the library!!!! Thank You. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/453575/computer-freezing-w-high-pitch-beep/
I've tried many combinations of where to plug what. Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware I could not access anything, home button didn't work, back button same, recent apps button, none of them worked!
Reply 10-01-2016, 03:04 AM #19 DBz master Posts 1 Posts Re: Crazy freeze up with loud buzzing alarm sound? Different drivers may help. I live in an old house where only some power boxes are grounded. Also not enamoured of the way it just shuts down immediately when battery gets lowish.
Happy Listening, the Prisoner... Thank goodness it's not just me! Take all the other crap out, the ART DTI, the dinky grounding cable. Have been much happier with my Nexus 9 than I ever was with the Nexus 10.
However, tonight was playing an online game, Golf Star, and the screen suddenly went black and the tablet started making a LOUD buzzing alarm type sound! Sent from my Nexus 10 using Tapatalk 4 Oml I just had this happen not even 10 minutes ago, scared me to death, my cats ran and I'm home alone too all gains at 100% and perfect! Score 0 Pyrophyte April 5, 2013 1:05:35 PM thee_prisoner said:I didn't pick it so I don't know who did.
Always ensure EVERYTHING is properly grounded. 2. https://forums.bistudio.com/topic/108440-computer-freezes-entirely-and-makes-high-pitch-sound/ best thing is you know there's no loss of single quality since its on the power line.The guitar center guy was right, lol... static like noise coming from studio monitors whenever the mouse was moved, web pages loaded, rolling mouse over links, or scrolling pages etc..... The noise was loud enough to scare the cats and be uncomfortable for hubby and I to hear!
let me know if this solves your issues bud! navigate here Thanks again, Pyrophyte Score 0 thee_prisoner April 6, 2013 4:43:45 AM Yeah, I didn't think it was a ground loop problem but some people have that issue so I figured I My problem was fixed thanks to this thread. You say you have the Asus board, isn't yours the intel version of mine?
Get the answer carlos1251Jan 20, 2014, 10:40 PM TubeExperience said: Try checking the processor temperature with Core Temp.I've had the same problem. Do you have the speakers right next to the computer? The computer could be grounded improperly. Check This Out Hi..it sound like a ground loop problem, i got it with my music PC and external sound card, you say you have powered monitors, i have adam a7's , i solved
The windows CD did not have SP2 already on the CD. I found a solution and thought I'd come back to share it for people in the future. I checked all power connections to the board and all seem to be secure.Did you try reloading defaults in the BIOS?
I completely reformatted my HDD and reinstalled everything the other day, now it still freezes when streaming videos, but now the noise it makes is different everytime. I haven't had that happen to me yet on my nexus 10 but have used that app on other devices and it does have a lot of push notifications. Watch the first minute of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOCbuYfvW-U Score 0 ShonkaiDJ June 20, 2016 9:27:35 AM Ok. GPUs have a tendency to put out interference.
Should I consider getting a replacement from Google? When the browser is closed it almost goes away but makes noise when the desktop background changes I did what you did by removing the paint on the PSU and the GPUs have a tendency to put out interference. this contact form Optical cables (s/pdif, toslink) are not susceptible to electrical problems such as ground loops and RF interference.
I'm certain it helped, and I'll keep messing with it to get everything better grounded. I connected headphones to the PC: clear as day. I essentially have 3 active splitter/mixers between my PC and monitors, and I know the PC is the issue.