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    zzzzzomg is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Recenlty, my computer started acting up, everytime i miniized a program, it creates this blooping noise, also sometime, when I click once, it clicks twice.

    Another problem with my cousin's speaker was that it sometimes plays the radio....

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    uhh... one at a time here.

    Minimize: Go to the control pannel, switch to classic mode, then go to sounds and audio devices. In there click the Sounds tab, you should find a list of events. Go to minimize, and disable whatever sound is set to it.

    Double click: Try and clean the mouse. At the least, blow out the button with a deep breath of air. If not, try a different mouse. If it still happens, then post back and I'll look deeper into it. For now it's probably a hardware problem (meaning your mouse is going or needs a cleaning).

    Radio: What the hell?
    Are they wireless or something? Really no idea. Are you sure it's the radio.. as in a local radio station? If it's not that, then run a spyware scan. Could be something is opening a connection to a station.
    How are the speakers plugged in? In the sound card? Need a loooooot more information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zzzzzomg View Post
    Another problem with my cousin's speaker was that it sometimes plays the radio....
    wha?
    well try this cool program at www.ghostbuster.com =D

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    Thanks for the help =).
    Ok, I check the minzize thing, there was no sound O.o. Also, the sound appears to goes on and off.
    Also, the double click thing is in effect only when the bleep is in effect. O.o.
    My mouse is :Razer CopperHead
    I couldn't get the installion thing to work, and I think that it on 1ghz, which my comp can't support so i get errors

    About the The speaker my cousin has a sony one plugged into the pc. Also, the channel was hockey or something
    Last edited by zzzzzomg; 05-01-2007 at 12:22 AM.

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    Possible reasons for the radio:

    Speakers support radio-wave wireless and happen to be set on the same frequency of that particular station.

    You have some wiring lying around that may be in contact with a metal plate, copper wiring with the graphite tips of certain jacks on contact with iron (I think) pick up radio signals (which is what soldiers used to do in foxholes, pencil, copper wire and razor blade)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zzzzzomg View Post
    Thanks for the help =).
    Ok, I check the minzize thing, there was no sound O.o. Also, the sound appears to goes on and off.
    Also, the double click thing is in effect only when the bleep is in effect. O.o.
    My mouse is :Razer CopperHead
    I couldn't get the installion thing to work, and I think that it on 1ghz, which my comp can't support so i get errors

    About the The speaker my cousin has a sony one plugged into the pc. Also, the channel was hockey or something
    ...
    Ooooookaaaaaaay... umm, lets try going back to sounds, adding a minimize sound, and then saving the sound scheme. Now take the sound back off, and save again.
    Next, run a spyware and virus scan.

    And 1GHz to support a mouse?! Wtf?!
    http://www.razersupport.com/index.ph...nloads&_a=view
    Grab the latest drivers and firmware updates for the copperhead (firmware for a mouse... ffs), and see if it works.


    Check the connections on those speakers. Also pull them away from anything magnetic or metal if they are close to it. With the other suggestions posted, that problem should be solved. It doesn't take much to make a radio. Hell, I got a cheap pair of speakers that pop a little everytime the fridge kicks on. XD
    Vol~

    thanks to Silverwmoon!

 

 

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