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Lenovo Yoga 700 Speakers Making Loud Buzzing Noise

Question: Lenovo Yoga 700 Speakers Making Loud Buzzing Noise

I put my headphones in the jack today and heard a weird background noise. When I removed them, the computer speakers were making a loud buzzing noise as well. The buzzing noise comes and goes and disappears if I mute the computer's volume. I cannot hear any audio on my computer now (no music, videos, noise at start up/shut down, etc.). I have tried updating the sound drivers and restarting the computer several times, but to no avail. I have also tried to get sound with and without external speakers attached, with and without headphones in, etc. and I can only occassionally get the loud buzzing noise which is coming directly from both of the speaker vents on the bottom of the computer. Thoughts on a solution?

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Hello all,

I've been having this problem for a long time now (2 years) and no matter what I do I can't get rid of it.

My PC will freeze and make very loud buzzing noises a few times a day,even when left idle in the middle of the night it will sometimes wake me up with the buzzing sounds coming out of my headphones.

I'm clueless at this point as for what to do,I replaced my Motherboard,my network adatper, I disabled my sound card,played around with the BIOS settings and nothing works.

There is one way which seems to consistently recreate the freeze & buzzing sound and thats only when I run low graphic games and let me explain:

I can play heavy 3D games with demanding graphics and the PC wont freeze (Actually don't think it ever froze while I was playing a 3D game) however It will freeze after less than 10 minutes if I play a low demanding game like Stardew Valley,League of legends or even when the PC is just Idle or while listening to music on youtube.

I ran Memtest86 and Prime95 and didn't find any errors and the event viewer errors seem to just say its Error 41 which is an unexpected shutdown.

I would really be greatful if someone can help me solve this annoying problem for once and for all,I've been living with it for so long,it makes me paranoid when I'm gonna hear it while listening to music (the sound gets you jumped every time..)

My system specs:

Computer type PC/Desktop

OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64

CPU Intel i5 2600K

Motherboard Gigabyte H-77 DS3H

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I believe the sound is coming from the heatsink. Its right near the vents and its extremely loud when thecomputer is at loading temperatures. So mainly during boot up and when loading many programs. This has been like this since out of the box. Its should be such a small problem, whats the easiest and fastest way to get this fix? I have dealt with many hardware issues for cameras phones and computers, so if theres like a tuturial on opening this thing, it would be great. Thank you very much.

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Hi,
 
I've been having the above problem for a while now. It occurs randomly and unpredictably, having just now had my first crash in over a week. The PC becomes unresponsive and requires a hard reset via the power switch. Temperatures are fine - The CPU rarely exceeds 45°C, and the GPU appears to plateau at around 70°C. There are never any bluescreens, and as far as I can see, the only errors in event viewer are standard kernel power errors.
 
I have tried: 
 
-Fresh install of video drivers
 
-Fresh install of sound drivers
 
-BIOS update
 
-Chipset update
 
-Removal of third party sound drivers entirely
 
-Several passes of memtest86
 
-Several hours of furmark stress testing
 
Any help would be amazing. Thanks in advance for your time.
 
 
 Speccy snapshot: http://speccy.piriform.com/results/7RLaNEVinEg1oKMnSGadE7r

Answer:PC Hangs with loud, looping buzzing noise from speakers in games.

Wait until it acts up again.Force the shutdown and restart.Then immediately when you get to the desktop, generate these 2 reports:1)  Please run this report collecting tool (even though you may not be experiencing BSOD's) so that we can provide a complete analysis: (from the pinned topic at the top of the forum)   http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/576314/blue-screen-of-death-bsod-posting-instructions-windows-10-81-8-7-vista/FYI - I don't often use the Perfmon report, so if it doesn't work please just let me know.2)  Please do the following:- open Event Viewer (run eventvwr.msc from the "Run" dialog)- expand the Custom Views category (left click on the > next to the words "Custom Views")- right click on the "Administrative Events" heading- select "Save all Events in Custom View as..."- save the file as Admin.evtx- zip up the file (right click on it, select "Send to", select "Compressed (zipped) folder")- upload it with your next post (if it's too big, then upload it to a free file-hosting service and post a link here).FYI - If we're looking for Event ID 41 errors (unexplained shutdowns), there's more info on that here:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2028504While waiting for a reply, please monitor your temps with this free utility:  http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html 

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Hi there,
recently the speakers in my laptop started to make a weird buzzing noise when i try to open any type of audio or video.
Sometimes it stops for short periods but then startes again.
Im running Windows 7
Can anyone help?
 

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hi.
A couple of weeks ago my speakers started burping a buzzing noise every couple of minutes and i don't know how to get rid of it and it's really starting to bug me. I'm using an inbuilt soundblaster live 24-bit soundcard on my gigabyte ga-g1975x motherboard. My speakers are connected through an amp in me sub which is then connected to my computer. The buzzing noise occurs even when the computer is off, but the amp is on (i'm not too sure about this, but i will check to make sure and add it in later)

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks
 

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I'm not sure if my speakers are broken... I hope they're not. I just turned them on a couple of hours ago and there is a HUGE amount of static. Also, the light that usually comes on from one of them doesn't turn on. What is going on? Has this happened to anyone before?

Hopefully I don't need new speakers :\

Thanks.
 

Answer:Speakers Making VERY Loud Noise

mine have the same problem but i got some cheap $50 2 speakers and a mini sub. they pump out some nice music but when im not playing anything i get a buzz. the only advise i can offor you is to check your wiring that it isnt shorting out or anything make sure u dont have any wireless or high electrical demand appliances nearby
 

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One night I come home, and I hear a consistent noise coming from my speakers, which are built into my monitor. I was too tired to deal with it so I turned off my PC and went to bed. Next morning, same thing. After a restart, the problem seemed to magically disappear. Now, after another night of my monitor being turned off, problem re-appears. I've tried rebooting the PC and monitor, plugging it in and out, nothing helps. I can still hear all sounds perfectly, they're just accompanied by the noise.
Also, just muting my system doesn't make the sound go away, so it's not a software thing I suppose...
And if my PC is turned off, or I switch to, for example, TV or HDMI input, the noise isn't there.
Any ideas?

Here's my specs using the SysInfo thing -

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.1
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate , Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E6550 @ 2.33GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 11
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4095 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT, 512 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476936 MB, Free - 96827 MB;
Motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer INC., P5K SE, Rev 1.xx, MS1C77B13000483
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated and Enabled
 

Answer:Speakers making high-pitched buzzing noise.

Do you have a different set of speakers, or even headphones that you could try in the same port that the speakers making the noise are plugged into? I would check this first. Next, do you have a wireless router, or cordless phone sitting close to your speakers? If so, try moving those further away.
 

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Logitech speakers started making loud clicking noise throug sub wolfer, confirmed speakers are ok on other machine.  Tried speakers on front headphone jack and seemed ok.  Possible bad sound board?  Believe sound board is part of mother board? 

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The noise started coming about a week ago. It wasn't that loud, but I would sometimes hear a vibrating sound coming from the fan of my Lenovo G555. Sometimes it would stop. But if I ever moved it, the vibrating noise would come back. But today, the noise got really loud and it wouldn't stop this time unless I shut it down or something. Why is this? Is there any solutions to get this fixed, too?

Answer:Lenovo G555 fan making loud noise

As you are experiencing loud noise from the system.
 
To diagnose, I would suggest you to please update update the Bios of  your system from the below mentioned web link.
http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/in/en/DriversDownLoads/APR_Driver_List.aspx?CategoryID=150169&OS=0
 
After that please check if the issue resolved.
 
Regards,
Sameer




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I never had this problem before until recently I noticed that my fan was making this loud buzzing noise. It was bearable at first. I thought that the fan might be dusty inside because I haven't cleaned it ever since I bought it. Last week, I tried to open the laptop so I can check why it is making that loud noise. I saw that the fan was dirty. I tried cleaning it. When I turned on my laptop, it was still making that loud buzzing noise. So I just ignored it. After a week, It suddenly got louder. It didn't sound normal anymore. I tried restarting the laptop but it still makes that noise. Its annoying. I took a video so you can hear what my fan is making.  It just keeps doing like this even if my laptop is just on stanby, like I'm not doing anything with it. This is what it sounds like when I did the Dust Removal tool on Energy Management.   Since I kept using the Dust Removal tool.. Now its making this weird noise, like the fan is getting stuck on something. I don't know what to do anymore. Its been 2 years since I bought this laptop so I don't have anymore warranty and I never had problems with my laptop except for today. I have never dropped it so I don't know why this is happening to my laptop. Please help me.   











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Answer:Lenovo Y510P fan making really loud noise.

Hi there, Xbelleh -
Thank you for writing in to the Lenovo Forum - happy to have you here today.
 
This video would leave me to believe that a piece of paper or other debris shifted inside and is now coming in contact with the fan blades.
 
When you use the dedusting cycle the debris is temporarily being blown out of the way of the blades.  What I would do is use a can of compressed air and blow out the fan assembly from both directions and see what is blown out.  Compress air is available at any office supply store, electronics store or big box discount store.  When using the compressed air use short bursts as an extended burst may damage the fan's bearings from over revving. 
 
Also, when using the laptop take note of its position.  If the fan is quiet on a flat surface, but is noisy when sitting at an angle like on your lap.  That might be a good indication that the fan bearings are failing. 
 
Worst case scenario is you need a fan replacement.  The fan is something that the owner can replace if you are comfortable working inside it.
 
As a do-it-yourself project it can be fixed in an afternoon. At this point I would try the compress air and we'll go from there.  
 
Update us how it goes.        
 
 
 
 
  
Regards,
 
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Hello.I have recently bought a new Yoga 720 laptop and I am having a problem. In a quiet room and when fans are not running I can hear slight buzzing sound from under the right side of the keyboard. Sound is constantly present but becomes louder for example when scrolling web pages. Make: Lenovo Yoga 72015IKBType & Model: 80X7 Do you have any ideas what I coud do to resolve this issue? Thank you. 

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My Lenovo Yoga 710 fan noise is constant even when I am doing nothing. I tried downloading TPFanControl, that doesnt work. Anybody got ideas that are backed by Lenovo? Product Yoga 710-15ISK Laptop (ideapad)Model Name : 80U0 

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When I start up my laptop from cold, there's this ridiculously loud squealing, siren-like noise coming from the speakers that seems to slowly disappear right as I get to the log-in screen. It'll usually be gone after I've logged in. It's not a constant sound, but one that fluctuates. I know for a fact it comes from the speakers because I can shut off the sound with the mute button. So please do not ask me if it may be coming from a fan or HDD. I want to know what possible solutions I can try. I've had the laptop for a little more than a few years now and do game on it.

Answer:Lenovo y570 loud squealing noise from speakers on startup

You might have to take it to a repair technician.
 
If its not much bother, can you upload a video with the squealing sound?

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Hi, I got a problem with my laptop. The fan is making loud noise everytime I open a new window, a new tab, any setting window and so. I believe it is supposed to make this kind of noise when I'm stressing it with more programs running, not by simply open the files explorer... Any idea on what to do? (model is Lenovo Yoga 500-15IBD)ThanksNstant

Answer:Lenovo Yoga 500-15IBD loud fan noise

Hi Nstant,  Most probably a program or App is running at the background cause fast spinning fan to cool down CPU temp.  To figure it out, right click in your taskbar and from the opened menu click on task manager.  -From top menu click on performance tab then click on resource monitor ==> from top menu click on CPU tab and look at to the Average CPU usage and see which App or Program is using a high percentage of your CPU capacity==> right click on it and end the process.  .Regards,  **If the issue has been resolved please, mark me as solution provided to help others find the solution easily and click the Kudos.** 

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Question: Loud buzzing noise

Hello!

I have a year-old Lenovo G500 laptop, and recently it started doing this loud, buzzing sound quite often, even when there's only one program opened. I checked CPU and disk usage the first few times it happened, but they're fairly low. I'm not really tech-savvy, so I'm not exactly sure if the sound is coming from a fan or is it HDD. I do know for sure that the fan isn't dusty, when I brought it to a tech shop they told me there's no need for a cleaning. I'm sorry if the question is stupid, but the frequent loud sound makes me worried and I can't be sure if it's just laptop's normal sound or not. Any help appreciated.

Answer:Loud buzzing noise

Can be coming from a fan, be first thought even if not dirty can be going bad, something is loose and rubbing on it, also can be power supply which also have fans and or the hard drive. Know which side hard drive is on on laptop. This is not coming from the speakers ? How is it when it is plugged in, does this only happen on a battery ?

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My laptop - just over a year old now - began making this noise. I of course assume it is the fan or hard drive. I'm glad I did backup for recovery and drivers...but what steps should I take? Any suggestions are appreciated.

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Posted a thread about my HD failing 2 days ago and how to back it up.

I got it all backed up successfully, and with the 500GB in there.
Weird thing though, theres this continues, pretty loud, buzzing/clamping noise.

About 6 months ago, when i purchased this 500GB from NCIX, i tried using it and it made the same noise. Then i went and exchanged it for another new one, same thing. So its not the HD itself i dont think.

Could it be the power? Iv got a 430W in there, with a 500GB HD, Dual Core 3800+ 2GB, and a Radeon EAX1800XL in there.

I didnt hear this noise with my 160GB, n the 500 in there is pretty **** loud and clampy, non-stop.

Is it the power? Is it risky? Should i stop using the computer? Or no big deal?

Thanks.

Answer:Loud buzzing noise from Computer

I know what a buzzing sound is, but what is a clamping/clampy sound?
I'm really not being sarcastic here, I'm just trying to better understand the sound so I can help you.

Could it possibly be a random wire too close to a fan? Have you tried opening up the case while it's running to better isolate where the sound is coming from exactly?

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I posted sometime back about this noise coming from my fan and overheating. My CPU is only at 37C. Which isn't bad for 775 P4. But when I am using DVD Shrink it gets really toasty, like 50 something (probably because it uses alot of memory that I don't have). I can't seem to figure out what the source of this noise is. My guesses were my lack of memory, 256mb *yikes*. It's 74% of Physical memory usage that I am using. I don't know much about memory, but that sounds bad. I do alot of things with programs, so I was leaning towards memory, but would that really make a buzzing noise? Or, if it was my 400W power supply which has the ability to make noises like that. Any suggestions?
 

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Before you say its my cooling system.....CPU is low, Fans are working, new thermal paste added, and my psu has been upgraded and replaced.
With that being said, I managed to have this issue fixed until one of the recent windows updates (im assuming because it was fine until then). I believe it reset my settings back to default.

The buzzing is in my headset, I disabled numerous nvidia audio devices that appeared to be replicated. Fixed it, not in my headset anymore.

How did I fix this? I can't remember the path I used. I over rode it somehow to not shut down with critical errors. If I can figure out where I did this, I can reset it back....scratching my head trying to figure it out. So, I came here. I know its not recommended, but it works until I can get it to the shop to figure out what's causing it. I've just been going through file after file looking for it, and my nerves are wrecked.

My PC is Windows 8.1-64 bit. 6 core-8gb ram

BTW...This isn't sleep mode, hibernation or whatnot, I've checked those already. or system recovery applet..it's already unchecked.
 

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system fine all day was playing poker on 2 screens - put the footie match on after 5 mins everything froze heard a buzzing noise from speakers then bsod code 124(hardware) 3 weelks on off - i have checked everything

Answer:Loud buzzing noise before bsod

[1 - Novice] How to ask for help with a BSOD problem

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New Inspiron 17 7779 2-in-1 with combined audio port and Waves MaxxAudio
Logitech Z130 powered external speakers.
I have noticed, if I have external speakers connected and playing music, the sound works fine except for the volume fading in and out.
But a situation has developed where if the music stops or I pause it or shutdown the player, the speakers will start producing a loud static type sound about 30% if the time.  It sounds like what might happen if a speaker was being plugged in but not yet completely seated.
Muting the sound does not cause this.
It is very annoying and means I cannot leave the system playing music if I go out of the room.
Since I have been checking the sound fading situation, I have the latest drivers.  When I plug the speakers in the popup appears and I select medium external speakers.  No problems with this part of the operation.
This could be related to just these particular speakers but I have no other wired external speakers to test.  Limited testing with headsets does not appear to exhibit the problem, but of course, they are not powered...
I am thinking, the utility which sets up the combined audio port for different devices is somehow loosing contact with the plugged in device and allowing those connections to be changed.  Resuming the music stops the noise immediately it does not reoccur during play.
If I am correct, this would appear to be a driver of whatever sets up the combined audio port.. 
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Answer:Loud Buzzing from External Speakers

Could be interference from electronic devices--cordless phone, fluorescent lights, woofer, other devices. Move to a diff location or remove or move the devices. Experiment to find the source of the problem. Recheck the wired connections.

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Hi guys

Often, when running intensive program like my games, my computer will freeze up and make a loud buzzing noise. The only way to make it stop is turning off the computer by holding the button. I can surf the web for hours etc, meaning it only happens in games. I thought it was overheating but I have a fan running by my case now, doesnt seem to help too much. I have heard it could be RAM related. I am pretty much clueless as to what it could be. Any tips advice would be very much appreciated. In case anyone asks I have ran virus/ad-aware/defrag etc etc.Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:Computer freezing with LOUD buzzing noise.

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My computer recently started buzzing randomly, nothing was running on the computer nor was it running at a high temperature.

This is a Lenovo Y-50-70 and the buzzing appears to be coming from the right side and has persisted through a restart.
 

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The buzzing from my speakers seems to be getting progressively louder. When docked, I have to lower the volume when I am not playing anything because the buzzing is loud enough to be stressful. When undocked it is a similar situation, only because the speakers are not as loud as the supplemental ones I use when the machine is docked, it is less noticeable. I recently had  overheating problems and the local shop opened my case, blew it out and put some heat absorbing gunk on the fans. The overheating is no longer an issue. However, it seems like the buzzing has been gradually increasing ever since. I am pretty unsophisticated about computer repair and diagnosis. I am wondering if I have a fan problem, a sound card problem a software problem or a "it is time to sell this laptop and get a new one" type of problem. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Dave OS Name Microsoft Windows XP ProfessionalVersion 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3 Build 2600System Model 9450GBUSystem Type X86-based PCProcessor x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 6 GenuineIntel ~2326 MhzBIOS Version/Date LENOVO 7FETA4WW (2.22 ), 10/19/2007SMBIOS Version 2.4












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Answer:Loud buzzing from speakers continues to get worse

which model is your thinkpad? also when you place some heat absorbing gunk, did you mean they actually removed the fan and placed new thermal compound on the heat sink?

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Hi,

I feel like a regular on here with the amount that goes wrong with my pc, but anyway. I've been getting random computer crashes where everything freezes and the audio speakers emit a very loud buzzing noise and the only way i can carry on is if i hit the restart button..

Now originally i thought this was an overheating problem but now I'm not convinced. I just started it up after the crash and got a bios message of DDr3 unganged mode and asking to go into the bios settings to run setup ?

Please help.. kinda getting annoying now

Answer:Complete freezes and loud buzzing noise ? no idea how to fix

This is what it shows:

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laptop is new; used less than 2 weeks. as usual i had 4 or 5 tabs open on firefox, one of them streaming music i wasn't at that time "using" the laptop; i suddenly heard a loud, abrasive, buzzing soundlooked at the screen - it had gone dark it didn't respond, so i forced shut it. when i restarted it, it worked without any hitches. i am concerned about that loud buzz - there was no heavy programs running on the laptop.i don't play games. just web browsing, writing, & streaming music.

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laptop is new; used less than 2 weeks. as usual i had 4 or 5 tabs open on firefox, one of them streaming music i wasn't at that time "using" the laptop; i suddenly heard a loud, abrasive, buzzing soundlooked at the screen - it had gone dark it didn't respond, so i forced shut it. when i restarted it, it worked without any hitches. i am concerned about that loud buzz - there was no heavy programs running on the laptop.i don't play games. just web browsing, writing, & streaming music.

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For the past couple weeks I've been having trouble with a very loud staticky buzzing noise coming from the bottom left corner of my Aspire VN7-791G (left of the touch pad below the keyboard) when the machine is under load (working in game engines and playing games, mainly). I've had this laptop for a little over a year and never had this issue before. On the software side everything seems fine, I haven't noticed FPS drops or freezes/lockups or anything of the sorts. I do get an occasional blue screen but those are very uncommon after all the driver and BIOS updates (power state failure or something like that). The buzzing seems to get louder depending on the work load. If I close all active programs the noise tends to still stay constant for couple few minutes, then it dies down gradually until it's silent completely.I tried recording the sound, and when I listen through headphones it sounds a lot like the real thing (just not as loud):  http://vocaroo.com/i/s1cZvjzHgHs5.  Also: I haven't tried replicating this yet but earlier I was running a game on battery battery power by accident. The machine was completely silent. After a while I got a message saying battery was low, so I plugged in the charger and...instantly heard the buzzing at maximum loudness (not a gradual increase like normal). Could it have something to do with power saving settings maybe? Or more likely to be a hardware thing? T... Read more

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I'm not sure what the loud buzzing sound is but every time I run something: open up a game, a program, internet, or anything heavy my computer would buzz really loud. i sometimes hit my laptop on the left of the touchpad and the nosie would stop for 20min then it would return. What might be wrong with my laptop let me know.

Answer:G470 loud buzzing noise from the inside of the laptop

Hi Nightdash,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Community Forums!
 
I?m sorry to hear that your G470 Laptop is generating loud buzzing noise when the programs are opened and while playing games, I suggest you to install the Update Bios, Video drivers & Audio drivers for the computer. Below is the link to download the exact drivers:
 

Drivers and software - Lenovo G470

Hope this helps!!!
 
Do post us back if the issue persists.
 
Best Regards
Shiva Kumar





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I have Windows 7 ultimate 64bit with 8GB of ram on a ASUS P5E-VMHDMI pc, the graphics card is a Zotac Geforce GT 630.I have had this problem for quite while i must admit, most likely on watching videos as they download. Usually after using iobit systemcare and deffragging, then rebootingm the issue is a bit contained until a few videos/hours/days later.I i could know when the stutter is happening i would love to film or record the horrible noise, but it really is random, most likely until the file is finished downloading. Any idea of a correction for this issue or what could be causing it?

Answer:VIDEOS streaming from web LAGGING for a few seconds with a LOUD BUZZING NOISE

Run MEMTEST86 and make sure your RAM is good, as well as run CRYSTALDISKINFO and make sure HDD is healthy. I had a system a while back have the same issue and it was RAM related. A friend of mine had a hard drive that was dying and it causes swap space paging issues with RAM and a similar problem.

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I have Windows 7 ultimate 64bit with 8GB of ram on a ASUS P5E-VMHDMI pc, the graphics card is a Zotac Geforce GT 630.I have had this problem for quite while i must admit, most likely on watching videos as they download. Usually after using iobit systemcare and deffragging, then rebootingm the issue is a bit contained until a few videos/hours/days later.I i could know when the stutter is happening i would love to film or record the horrible noise, but it really is random, most likely until the file is finished downloading. Any idea of a correction for this issue or what could be causing it?

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Anyone had this? Machine only a couple of months old. Just desktop usage. Has happened about 3 times now.

Suddenly makes very loud noise - more like a road drill than anything else - then crashes.

Answer:Satellite Pro L850 - very loud buzzing/drilling noise before crashing

Is this noise produced by cooling fan or HDD activity? Maybe both of them?

Of course it is not easy to say what is wrong there but I presume some background activity may be responsible for that.
Or have you noticed that some application that you use ends with system crash.

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Hi all,
 
Build:
 
MSI z87-G45 (AMI EFI BIOS v1.7)
i5-4670k (stable OC at 4.2 gHz)
2 x G.Skill Ares 4 GB DDR-1600
ASUS GTX 760
Samsung 120 GB 840 EVO
EVGA 650W PSU
Windows 8.1 pro
 
Ever since I built my rig a year ago, I've been plagued by these issues:
Random freezing (often times accompanied by a loud, scratching/buzzing noise coming from the speakers/headphones)
Random restarts
Power cycles a lot before POST.
Freezes at "Preparing Automatic Repair" and PC promptly restarts automatically; sometimes freezes at Windows logo (need to manually restart)
Note that these issues don't always appear. Sometimes I can go for a week without issues. Sometimes I get 5-10 power cycles in one day. When they do happen, they cause a minor 2-3 minute inconvenience. But it is annoying since my games work is interrupted.
 
Things I've tried (not in order):
Set CPU speed to stock, issues still present. No problems running prime95. OC is also stable with prime95. Tested GPU with Unigine's Heaven, temperatures were fine.
Monitored temperatures during freezing using HWiNFO. It's stable, but it's also hard to simulate the conditions for freezing/crashing. It's completely random.
BIOS update to v1.9 aggravates the freezing/random restarts. v1.8 keeps freezing/restarting at startup. v1.7 is what I have and is "stable".
Reinstalled OS, problems still present.
Moved GPU to another PCI slot, no change.
Breadboarded without the GPU, I can see artifacts on the screen when it freezes wh... Read more

Answer:Random Freezing with Loud Buzzing Noise and Power Cycling

Just ran another memtest for both sticks, still no errors. :c

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I am using xonar d2x sound card and it has been good until recently when I played videos on youtube and games it gives a loud buzzing noise. Even sounds made by windows sound produces the loud buzzing noise. It also happens on sometimes when playing videos. Other than that it works fine. I tried to use realtek sound but can't find the driver on device manager, even after downloading & installing the drivers. I tried reinstalling my xonar sound driver but it didn't fix the problem. I reformatted my pc and installed the xonar sound card but the problem is still there. I then tried installing the update for it but my pc crash (blue screen with driver_IRQL_not_less_or_equal error). After restart, there's no audio output device detected. Device manager shows Marvell 91xx Config ATA device not installed.

I'm really frustrated now. Is there anyone that can help me? Thanks alot.

Answer:xonar d2x sound card loud buzzing noise problem

First, don't have two sound devices enabled, as that can cause conflicts.

Is the buzzing caused by something attached to the sound card? e.g. a "ground loop hum". Remove anything attached to the card and then just connect a headphone and see if you still get the buzzing. If its gone then what is attached to the card is causing the problem. If its still there the first step is to "reseat" the card (with the PC powered off, remove the sound card then reinstall making sure its fully and correctly seated).

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Hi,My PC is making a buzzing noise, it's like a background noise. I have changed the speakers and I'm still getting noise, any ideas many thanks.

Answer:PC is making buzzing noise

Could be mains hum from the PSU, or I've even heard it from some CRT monitors.Can you still hear it with the PC turned off ?

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After getting help from some people on here I checked out my HD with Maxtor and it said everthing was fine. I then used the Samsung utility HUTIL to check my HD and it came up under the master and slave drive saying "none". I still have no idea what is causing my HD to buzz from time to time so any help would be great.
 

Answer:HD making a buzzing noise

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First of all, I am new here and I'll try to explain the problem I am currently experiencing above.I had done a lot of cleaning on the GPU recently where its temperature is now steady at 46?C (I know this from SpeedFan) and for some unknown reason, it is making a buzzing noise and I don't even know if I unintentionally damaged it while cleaning it or anything else. What's even more strange is that when I turn on my computer first thing in the morning, the buzzing noise is absent and all I hear is a blow of air from the GPU fan (which I always had before this happened) and the buzzing would come three or four hours later.I might be making a mountain of a molehill over this but I'm quite annoyed at this and I'm wondering if there's a solution for it. I don't know if the buzzing noise is there permanently or will it go away in a number of days or weeks. I mean, I don't think the noise will still be around between August or September and that other people I know experienced this.And if any of you are wondering what is my graphics card, it is: Nvidia PNY GeForce 9600GT. Furthermore, this problem came since Monday.

Answer:GPU fan making a buzzing noise

Remove the GPU fan and reclean...When you refasten it You can use small felt washers for the mount screws...available at any hardware/PC shop.If the condition persists then replace the GPU fan...bring the old one to the store to match up a replacement...

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While playing some games like Left 4 Dead 2, Fallout New Vegas and Age of Empires III Asian Dynasties, the computer crashes and I have to press and hold the power button for it to turn off. It happens frequently in AoE III Asian Dynasties and never happens in Team Fortress 2 for example.

The screen goes black and the monitor light starts blinking, and the speakers make a really annoying loud buzzing sound.

I've tried everything, various video card drivers, disconnected all USB devices, clean OS installs with no extra software on the background...

The PC is ~3 years old.
Windows 7 SP1 64 bits
I've had BSODs before but not since the last format.

I found this thread using Google, looks similar.

Answer:Monitor goes black and speakers make loud buzzing sound

Your symptoms reek of hardware failure. My initial suspicion is your video card. Though let's run through some testing.

First thing's first: some initial troubleshooting. Check inside your PC for any dust or slow/stopped fans. Ensure that proper airflow is taking place (cold outside air in, hot inside air out). While you're inside, go ahead and re-seat your video card, as well as your memory sticks, and reconnect your drives' power and data cables (both drive and motherboard ends). Check things after all of this, and see if the issue has been resolved or has been very noticeably reduced. If not resolved, continue onward.

Before the testing, we'll want a couple HWinfo logs from ya. Set it to Sensors only at startup, then have it log two instances: one for idle, and one for high load (gaming, etc.). Make sure each log records a decent amount of time (~15 minutes). So we can get some good solid averages and discover trends going on.

Once that's done, on to the hardware diagnostic tests:

GPU: MemtestG80/CL - If your video card supports either of the tests, run twice.
RAM: Memtest86+ - Run 7+ passes.
CPU: Prime95 - Torture Test, Large FFTs, 9+ hours.
Disk: Seatools - All basic tests. No Fix all or advanced ones.

Note that these tests (besides MemtestG80/CL) are available on the UBCD. It's also preferable you run them on there as it offers a light, reliable environment to run them on. Note that Prime95 is called Mersenne Prime Test in the UB... Read more

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So my Sony Vaio VPCEB3F4E has been freezing when i'm watching internet video. I have done a full system restore but when i was watching Netflix today it froze again several times. This has happened on both chrome and internet explorer. I feel like it may be an issue with Silverlight but unsure as to diagnose the problem?

Microsoft support said it was a heat problem so I took the cover off, gave it a full clean with canned air. However the problem still exists. As i type this with Netflix on in the background the audio is freezing slightly. I clicked to proceed to the next episode and it locked up with the circle spinning but no movement in the mouse, keyboard etc. Any other ideas?

The temperatures from HWMonitor and CoreTemp are around 55-65 degrees and it doesn't feel that warm at all.

I appreciate any help which can be given.
thanks in advance
 

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So my Sony Vaio VPCEB3F4E has been freezing when i'm watching internet video. I have done a full system restore but when i was watching Netflix today it froze again several times. This has happened on both chrome and internet explorer. I feel like it may be an issue with Silverlight but unsure as to diagnose the problem?

I appreciate any help which can be given.
thanks in advance

Answer:Loud buzzing from speakers, and freezing even after restoring to factory settings

Hello Welcome to TSF!!! Clean out all dust out of any air vents on the side and under the laptop with a can of air. Update all drivers Graphics, Audio, and wifi adapter from the manufacture of your computer's website. Update Silverlight and Adobe Flash Player.

Also if the laptop is not under warranty if possible take off the panel underneath the laptop and clean out any dust around the heat sync. Your issues could be an over heating problem.

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I have a Toshiba Satellite laptop, about 4 years old.

I've had this problem for a while now. Whenever I take my laptop inside my bedroom, unplugged or plugged in, doesn't matter, when I try to watch a YouTube video, 10-30 seconds in my laptop freezes and makes a loud buzzing noise from either my headphones or speakers (depends on what I'm using). If I leave it in my room it can take up to 1 minute to recover, while if I grab it and walk out of my room, and go to the living room it recovers immediately. My bedroom is 11-12 meters away from the router (I'm 99% sure this is an internet issue), and I have 3-4 bars of internet connection when inside it.
We also have an old computer (like 2008 or something, but the specs are pretty bad) and when we used to have it inside my bedroom it would never crash (we use wireless internet with the desktop as well, with a usb wireless adapter). Both are running the same operating system (Windows 7)

This has been a problem since the first time I tried to take my laptop in my room. Due to this problem, I am forced to do everything on my living room aka no privacy. I'm begging for a solution.
I did not buy this laptop, it was a gift from someone from what I remember. It used to have a hard drive which broke (had this problem with the first harddrive), so we changed to another harddrive, then that broke as well and now i'm using a Kingston SSD, and the problem is still here. I know its not a harddrive issue, just stating that the problem still ... Read more

Answer:Laptop freezes for 1 minute & makes a loud buzzing noise in my room

If needed, I can record my laptop while it's happening and show you the video.

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   When I watch a video, the loud buzing noise occurs and computer freezes. I have to power off,  and when it re-starts, I get blue screen of serious error. HP Pavilion g7 Notebook PC Model   QE126UA#ABAWindows 7 Home Premium64 bt

Answer:loud buzzing noise watching video then freezes, blue screen

Hi kcollins5, Welcome to the HP Community, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More. I see that you are getting a blue screen or as it is known blue screen of death (BSOD). What error message goes along with the BSOD? That will help determine the cause of the error. Here is detailed article on Everything You Need to Know about BSODs. One of the potential solutions is to reinstall drivers because this happened during a video here is the Intel High-Definition Graphics driver and Intel High-Definition Audio driver. Was this a DVD or CD you were playing the video from or were you streaming it online? Thank you, 

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Hi, I've had my T400 (2764-CTO) for 9 months.  It came equipped with the standard 4 cell battery and 90W adapter; I've also picked up a 9 cell battery and 65W travel charger. Here's the skinny: when I plug the adapter in to charge the battery, the laptop emits a buzzing sound for a few seconds - it's not the CPU whine issue, CD/DVD drive motor, CPU fan, or hard drive; the sound can be best described as a kazoo.  I've tried both batteries and both adapters, and can replicate the noise when the battery is at <95% (charge point), and is being plugged in. This has been happening since day 1, and I figured that it was normal.  After much searching and testing others' T400s, I'm finding that it's not. Does this "kazoo" buzzing noise sound familiar to anyone?

Answer:T400 - Loud buzzing noise when plugging in AC adapter & charging battery

Yakisoto,
 
Interesting that it occurs with both batteries and both AC adapters.   To be clear, the sound occurs only when the battery has less than 95% and is charging?  (We reduce the charge rate at around 95-96% to "slow down" the charging and take it easy on the battery).  
 
Does it matter whether the computer is on or not while charging?  Does it make the sound only when on, only when off, or in either case?
 
If you stretch out the cords so as to move the AC adapter "brick" away from the system, can you tell if the sound is coming from the PC or the adapter brick?   If from the PC, generally where on the PC?   Does your configuration have the CCFL or LED?
 
Best regards,
 
Mark
 
 

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I have a straight connection from the sound card (green headphone jack) on my computer to the phono (red & white) input on an amplifier. The cable is stereo to phono (1.5m long). When I have the volume low on the pc and turn up the volume on the amp I get a really bad buzzing sound on my speakers, espically the center speaker (I've a 5.1 setup). When I play music on the pc this noise is very bad. I get this noise both from the onboard and PCI sound cards. This is no conflict of sound cards on the pc as this occurred before I instlled the new sound card. I also tried a different stereo to phono cable but the noise is still there. Any suggestions on the cause of this noise or how to eliminate it?
 

Answer:Buzzing noise on speakers

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I have an XP machine. When I play music through the speakers from the sound card I here a high pitched buzzing sound. If I plug the speakers into the CDRW drive I have the same problem, however, when I plug the speakers into my second cd ROM drive it plays fine. Also when I plug my headphones into the sound card I still here the buzzing. Can anyone help?

Answer:Buzzing noise through speakers

If your system is Enabled for Digital Playback you may still have the audio lead from one of your drives connected to onboard sound or sound card.Also check out the Volume Control panel (double click on the Volume icon) that there is no unnecessary Muting (or Enabling!), plus the Sounds and Audio Devices configuration from Control Panel.

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My GPU has been making a weird (buzzing/grinding) sound.
I thought it was my PSU, so I bought AX750. But it's still happening
PSU - corsair ax750
GPU - Sapphire r7 260x
1.It only happens when I play dota 2. When I exit the game, the sound stays for 1 minute and disappears.
2.It makes that noise on startup for 1 sec.
3.However, when I downloaded Speedfan and raised GPU fan speed to 100%, there's no sound.

Answer:GPU making weird buzzing noise

Sounds like the fan!

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Hello, all!
First of all, I am sorry if I put this in the wrong forum, I am new here :S
Anyway, I hope someone can give me an advice of what I should do considering this problem:
Few months ago, my computer started making some buzzing noise when I plug it off to transfer it to another city, apartment, etc. and plugging it in again. Back then, I just used to turn it off/on maybe 2-3 times and it would stop. But recently, it started making that noise after it's turned on, maybe 10 minutes of working normally, and only if I smack it, it stops (I know this is really bad, but I had to stop it somehow since my job is on Skype and any noise is punishable).
Today, it wouldn't stop when I did this, only if I turn it off by, let's say, "force" - holding the button for some time.
And it also doesn't help because the noise continues again after maybe 10 minutes.
What could this be? I tried cleaning the fans, though I didn't take them out, but I will today. I would buy a new fan but I don't know how to detect which one is "bad".
Thank you in advance!

Answer:PC making terrible noise (buzzing) sometimes

Roll a piece of paper into a trumpet shape and put the big end to your ear.
Aim the narrow end at the possible causes of the buzzing!

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I have an Acer VN7 791 laptop, it's almost two years old and within the last 10 or so months it's been making a buzzing/whirling noise.It only makes this noise when I'm running a game that's pretty resource intensive.I've pinpointed the noise to the front end (closest to the user) of the laptop but I can't really tell which side it comes from. It often sounds like it's coming from one or both sides. The two internal components on the left and right side, respectively, are the battery (it's internal) and HDD.I've used applications and tested both of these components. The HDD seems like it's fine but I dunno, it sometimes sounds like the noise comes from it's side of the laptop. The battery died the other day for the first time, it wouldn't charge and the Acer care problem reported the battery was "damaged due to long term use" but ever since then the battery has been fine and hold a charge. Thing is this issue had occurred for almost a year now and the battery was fine back then.The longer the use of high resource games when the buzzing is occurring the louder the buzzing seems to become.So can anyone help me pinpoint what the issue truly is? Thanks!Also, here's a video of the buzzing, turn the sound up as it's kinda hard to hear. The buzzing is slightly louder in person my phone camera just didn't record very well.https://youtu.be/TnIMyXVUFcI

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Hey guys, this is my first post here so if this is in the wrong place, then forgive me, I checked around and this seems like the best place for this kinda prob.

Ok the problem is that my fan on my graphics card (Radeon 9600XT) has started making a weird and very annoying buzzing/whirling sound.

It all started after I did my monthly clean up inside my system. Getting rid of all the grime and stuff and checking to see if everythings just all right.

Well i plugged everything back together and a strange whirling sound started coming from my system. It's hard to describe really, it's kinda intermitent. It comes on for 5/6 seconds then theres a pause, then it's on again for another 5/6 secs etc. It doesn't seem to be related to any sort of activity the computer is engaged in, ie it makes the same kinda noise when just sat there on desktop as it does when Im downloading stuff, browsing the net or playing games.

I took the back off my case to see what it might have been and found out it was my graphics card, because when i held my card the pitch of the buzzing would lower a bit, so I took the top of my fan off my g-card and cave it a good clean out because i thought maybe there was something stuck in the fan that was making the noise. The fan is now totally crap-free but it's still making the noise.

Grrrrrrr

If anyone has any suggestions please help It' so very annoying and starting to give me headache. Oh and if I've left out ne information ... Read more

Answer:GPU Fan Making Strange Buzzing Noise

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Just today my laptop fan has been emitting an annoying buzzing sound when the fan is on. I've had no problem with this before today.
Any ideas what's causing this and what solutions there are?

Thanks

Dan

Answer:Satellite L fan making a buzzing noise

Hmm? maybe the cooling module is faulty?
Maybe the small ball bearing of the fan malfunctions?

If you noticed this only while fan is rotating, then this part should be checked and possibly replaced?

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I recently purchased a new laptop, an HP Pavilion dv7-4083cl. It was everything I needed for under a grand and so far I am very satisfied with it.

One of the features I was excited about was the new 'Beats Audio' sound system that came standard with it. Unfortunately, it has given me the most problems.

Now I do not know if it is the sound card or rattling within the laptop, but every time I play video or song (or really any type of sound) at higher volume levels, the right side of my laptop buzzes, or rattles. It seems like it is only buzzing when higher notes are being played through the speaker. To sum it all up, it is extremely annoying and I can not enjoy videos or music.

It sometimes helps when I grab the right side of my laptop, which is the reason why I think there is some rattling going on and it may be a hardware issue, but it is still an issue I want to address.

I am taking all the steps I can before I have to eventually get on the phone with HP so ANY help will be greatly appreciated!

Finally, I have already reinstalled my sound card drivers and some following specs for my laptop are below:
Microprocessor Intel Core i5-450M processor 2.40GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 2.66 GHz Memory 4GB DDR3 System Memory (2 DIMM)
Memory Max 8GB
Video Graphics ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 s
Video Memory switchable graphics
Hard Drive 500GB (7200RPM)
Multimedia Drive LightScribe Blu-ray ROM with SuperMulti DVD▒R/RW Double Layer Support
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Answer:Buzzing Noise in Laptop Speakers

Im having the same problem... SMH
 

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My speakers work fine when plugged into my gf computer, but when plugged into mine, I get nothing but buzzing. No music or anything else. I have not made any changes to my computer. I tried rebooting the computer didn't help. Not sure what to do.
 

Answer:No sound other than buzzing noise from my PC speakers

Try other speakers or headphones. The audio jack might be broken.
 

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so yesterday i got a random blackscreen and my headset came with a buzzing noise,while i was watching youtube.
there were no bumpfile nor anywhere in event viewer were it said something had crashed.
ive took the card out and made sure that everything was plugged well in.

today it happend again but here the screen just froze and the buzzing noise were there, it happend after i had installed and had just opend msi after burner 4.1
so i downloaded ddu and removed the drivers and installed it again.
os is 8.1
gpu is 290 r9 tri x
driver is 14.12 omega

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my hp 6730 b laptop charger was beeping and eventually stopped working i replaced it with a loaner ..The loaner is a original hp charger but has less power volts are .5 off but the original had 90 watts the loaner has only 65 watts...it charges the bat to 100 percent..although i noticed the lightning bolt led is not staying blue like it was...it goes to amber at 60 percent charge and then blue like itshould somewere working up to full charge then it goes off..it used to stay blue.. i dont leave it plugged in at night..i figure i better not..NOW 3 DAYS LATER MY LAPTOP CRASHED TWICE AND BUZZED... NO SCREEN ...FAN GOING AND LEDS BLINKING...it would not shut down from power off on button....so i umplugged the charger and pulled the batt out...put batt back in and it said windows did nor shut down correctly..hit enter and it rebooted fine....how serious is underpowering a devise...in general i always thought under was ok within reason over was bad....??? im buying the original 90 watt hp block today.....cant risk it did i damage any thing...???

Answer:computer crashing making a buzzing noise

That all depends. If you are not using the laptop while the "under powered" charger is plugged in, the battery will just take longer to charge. BUT, if you are using the laptop while the charger is plugged in, you could very easily do some serious damage to the laptop. The charger is meant to supply a certain amount of voltage at a certain load. If you are drawing more from the charger, more than it is meant to put out, you can fry the charger resulting in a short circuit and subsequently fry your motherboard.

Best thing to do is not use it anymore until you get either the OEM charger or a direct replacement from a company like Targus. Targus USA | Cases, Bags and Accessories for Laptops and Tablets

After you get the new charger, if you are still having problems, you will likely need to bring your laptop to a tech who can bench it and test the MoBo. Hope everything works out for you.

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Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.1
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , 64 bit
Processor: AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 945 Processor, AMD64 Family 16 Model 4 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8191 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Radeon HD 5450, 512 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 941389 MB, Free - 865450 MB; D: Total - 12376 MB, Free - 1512 MB;
Motherboard: FOXCONN, 2AB1 , 1.00,
Antivirus: Norton Internet Security, Updated and Enabled

Hey guys, and thanks for taking my question in advance. The specs for the machine in question are shown above. Basically, all seems to be running fine, and I've only had this PC for a couple of days now, but from the moment I boot up, to the moment I shut down, I get this thin, tiny buzzing sound from inside the case. You might even say there's an electrical quality to it. I think I've managed to pin-point where most of it is coming from, and it seems to be somewhere near the power supply. When I apply gentle pressure to that part of the case, the sound lowers slightly in volume. It's not a loud sound per say, but it's plainly audible (perhaps because the rest of the machine is so quiet). It's a little on the higher pitch range. It seems to increase in volume from time to time, then decrease, with little explicable reason. It's odd because I could swear that it wasn't there when I first booted the machine after purchase. It seemed to begin after about the second boot up, and has occurred every boo... Read more

Answer:New machine making buzzing/electrical noise!

If the noise is a "buzz" the problem is generally a coil choke. If the noise is a "whine" the problem is generally a capacitor. Coil chokes are various sizes and shapes as shown in the attached pic.
 

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Zip folder from the diagnostics tool should be attached.

I've noticed the past week or so that after about 4 or less (Source games seem to make it crash quicker) hours of gaming, that my pc just freezes on one frame and makes a loud buzzing noise, a friend has suggested re-applying thermal paste on my cpu, but i figured i'd go here first for your guys verdict. Thanks.

Answer:PC freezing and making buzzing noise in speaker.

Hi WhatTheFlup. All your dumps are of year 2012.

Configure dumps

First, we want to make sure the computer is saving your dump files. Go to Control Panel -> System -> Advanced System Settings -> Startup and Recovery [Settings] Make sure that "Write Debugging Information" is set to Small Memory Dump (256kb) if it is not already.

Dump Files - Configure Windows to Create on BSOD

Next, make sure that the folder C:\Windows\Minidump exists. If not, create it (allow permission if asked). Make sure any dumps you want to analyze, whether yours or others', are in this folder. You can ZIP/RAR the files and send them to someone else to analyze as well.

Recommendations based on the other files uploaded -

Daemon Tools/Alcohol %Start Menu\Programs\DAEMON Tools Lite
Daemon Tools (and Alcohol % software) are known to cause BSOD's on some Win7 systems (mostly due to the sptd.sys driver, although we have seen dtsoftbus01.sys blamed on several occasions). Please uninstall the program, then use the following free tool to ensure that the troublesome sptd.sys driver is removed from your system (pick the 32 or 64 bit system depending on your system's configuration): DuplexSecure - FAQ

As an alternative, many people recommend the use of Total Mounter or Magic ISO

Start up

Keep less stuff at the start-up. Only anti-virus, this helps avoid driver conflicts and improves time to log in to windows.
Troubleshoot a Problem by Performing a Clean Startup in Windows 7 or Vista
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My linksys router would stop working when a buzzing noise was made.
It worked for a little bit but then the power light would flash and the buzzing would start.
I took it apart and took a picture of the whole board and then narrowed it down to pieces on the board. I took a picture of the two identical pieces and wonder if its something that needs to be soldered or if I could replace the parts. Or if its a major part of the power supply thats fried and don't waste my time. So the picture links are below if you can give me info that would be great.
http://img222.imageshack.us/f/dsc02153v.jpg
http://img228.imageshack.us/f/dsc02154h.jpg
 

Answer:My Linksys router is making a buzzing noise.

replace it before it causes a fire...
 

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I have a Medion laptop, model no E7214 which I bought in June 2010. For the last fews weeks, I have noticed an intermittent buzzing noise when I either stream music or just listen to any music or video source.It also comes on when I try to run another program. I also noticed a marked decrease in my downloading speed. Also, at times, the cooling fan seems to work overtime and my laptop seems hot... No idea if these can be linked..I did a complete factory restore and checked the device manager but nothing solved the problem. Very frustrating as apart from that, this is a brilliant laptop and I never had any problems and everything else works ok.
Any suggestions will be very welcome..

Answer:laptop is making intermittent buzzing noise

The problem seems to point to the fan as you mention overheating. Try clearing the fan outlet by gently blowing or using an air canister Or alternatively remove the bottom cover and gently brush out any dust you find there.

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a mate of mine dropped his laptop (acer travelmate 8372) from about 1.4m height, and it makes really really loud buzzing crackling noises. is it the busted hard drive? or is something electric in the laptop about to explode?
 

Answer:Laptop dropped, making buzzing noise

Such a noise could be a number of things, is it still booting up to the desktop?

I guess from your description that the noise is coming from the speakers, if you could just confirm that.
 

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I turned on the pc and its making a loud noise... i turned it off and checked the inside if anything was caught in the fan... but nothing... can u tell me what it is?

Answer:PC making loud Noise

Can you give an indication of the type of noise/ area it is coming from?

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I built my own pc about a year ago. Lately whenever I boot the machine up it makes this weird buzzing, clicking noise. It generally stops after it gets fully booted up. Then it is quiet, but sometimes it will start making a buzzing noise after it has been on for awhile (I leave it on all the time). At first I was worried it might be the hard drive, but I have not had any real trouble with the machine. I figured if it were the hard drive, it probably would have died by now or I'd have some serious issues. So, what do you think? It would have to be the power supply or one of the internal fans right? Should I replace my 400 watt power supply?

Thanks!

Answer:PC making loud noise, could it be the PS or something else??

Its probably a fan. I would take it out and take a look at it and put it back. You first have to find out wich fan it is.

I have had similar problems. I used to hit the fan a few times wih a screwdriver and it fixed the problem. I am not recommending it though. It was my PSU fan. Maybe u should clean it. Be careful.

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Hi, when I bought my PC two years ago, it was silent, it barely made any noise. However, I later made a huge mistake. I opened the case to clean the inside of the computer with an air compressor, but while I was cleaning the fans I wasn't holding them so the air compressor made them spin faster than normal. Following that, every time I boot my PC now, it makes a loud noise and also the PC makes a lot of noise in general. A lot more than when I bought it, to a point where sleeping next to it when it is turned on is a hard thing to do. Now, I'm wondering if that mistake is the cause of the noise. When I look at the fans, they don't seem to be damaged at all. I have 3 fans: The case fan, the graphics card fan and the power supply fan. My PC is cleaned regularly so I know it's not dust or anything that's causing the problem.

Here's some interesting info: It only makes noise when it's booting after the computer has been turned off for more than 30 minutes. If it's less than that, it doesn't make the loud noise. I have no idea why. Also, about 3% of the time, the desktop doesn't get to fully load because the computer freezes. It's a problem that started at the same time the noise started. If it is indeed one or multiple fans that are broken, how can I know which one(s) is?

I made a video of when I'm booting the computer so you can hear and see what is happening.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yX2fkBh5zZE

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Answer:My PC is making a loud noise

You didn't tell us the brand and model of the computer.
Using an air compressor is very bad, because you risk the damage of static electricity that is generated in amazing amounts. Next time, us canned air designed for use in cleaning computers.
Replace the CPU fan, us buy a new CPU cleaning kit, and any fans that blow air to the outside, and replace the power supply with one of decent quality. Clean the dust of fan blades and computer walls with a soft rag soaked in denatured alcohol. Get some nylon or plastic ties to hold the cables together and away from any fans. Tie down SATA and EIDE cables so they cannot block air or rattle. Make sure all air flow passages are free and allow full movement of cooling air. All these will likely return your computer to normal. You could also buy "silent" cooling fans for very little money which would reduce your noise even more..
Use canned air to get
 

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This problem occurred to me recently, as everytime i boot up my computer, the CPU fan makes a very loud noise and i can see the motherboard having a LED blinking orange. It's gone after a restart of the computer. The problem is starting to concern me, help is needed

Answer:CPU fan making loud noise

  
Quote: Originally Posted by aspry


This problem occurred to me recently, as everytime i boot up my computer, the CPU fan makes a very loud noise and i can see the motherboard having a LED blinking orange. It's gone after a restart of the computer. The problem is starting to concern me, help is needed


What happened to me one is that the CPU fan's mounting came loose and was not stable. Check to see if everything looks secure on it.

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hi im shannon

Iv just finished building my pc a couple of days ago and i cant get rid of this horrible buzzing noise from my speakers.
It starts as soon as the pc gets to the windows loading screen then it is permanently there.
It gets louder with the volume its only once went away for a short time when i was loading WMP and i dont know why.
Iv checked all the other threads and my problem is different to everyone elses please can someone help me out here cheers.
 

Answer:A high pitched buzzing noise on my PC speakers

Hello Shannon
My experience with noise in the speakers is that it usually is coming in through the speaker's power adapter, although defective audio cables may also cause the problem.

I would suggest... (in this order)
1. Swap your surge protector for a known good, and see if that resolves the noise.
2. Swap the audio cable (the one that attaches between your speakers and the audio out port on the computer).
3. Swap speakers for known good.
If none of these solve your issue, then it could be a bad sound card in your computer.
 

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My HP Pavilion 23 All in One has the internal speakers and lately its been making loud buzzing sounds - sporaticaly.  Whether is a video, music anything it kind of pauses and makes a loud buzz.  I just purchased seperate speakers to use hoping that would fix it but it still does it.  The internal speakers are RealTech Hi Definition.  I've tried all differnt options and nothing helps.

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recently, my ideapad 305 has been making buzzing noises over the top of everything that is played from the speakers, can anyone help with this problem as it is very annoying. thanks.

Answer:ideapad 305 making buzzing noise over everything played on laptop

Hi Taylor,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Forums.
 
Are you facing this issue on laptop speakers and also on headphones? Are you facing this only while the power adapter is connected?
 
Also, please share on which operating system your laptop is running?
 
 
Regards,
Shashi Kumar
 
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Ok so basically when I play games or chat on skype via voice call the computer sometimes freezes up for a moment(or lags badly) and makes a buzzing/screeching noise during this time. This happens only for very short amount of time but it is still annoying so I would like to get the issue fixed. This is my second lenovo laptop in the period of 2 months and I had to return my first one because of the same fault. Anybody got ideas how to fix it? Also I ran the windows memory test and there were no errors so we can rule out ram issues  Edit : My G780 is the intel core i7 model.

Answer:G780 freezing momentarily and making a buzzing noise

 
Hi
 
Welcome To Lenovo Community
 
Sorry to hear about the issue you are facing , Please try following
Update Bios, video drivers & audio drivers of the system
 
http://support.lenovo.com/en_EG/research/hints-or-tips/detail.page?DocID=HT074067
 
 
Hope This Helps
Cheers!!!
 
 
 
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I just started noticing a constant buzzing/whining noise coming from my computer even when it is turned off. I've tried unplugging everything (speakers, mouse, keyboard, network cable, etc.) but it seems that the only way I can get rid of the noise is to power it off completely. Why is this? And is there anything I can do to fix it? Thanks!
 

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(I may have repost this before) - There is a noise coming from my 8900, Dell have replaced the CPU Fan, Main Fan and the Graphics Card, It was ok for a few days.
When the Noise appears when I put my hand on the right hand side of the machine it goes away, when I release my hand it comes back, When I give it a light tap it noise goes away for a couple of hours.
There is no noise if I lay my unit on the floor right hand side. I think the case (the right Panel) is vibrating which is causing the noise when its upright. I have had the machine for about a year issue started to happen after 6 months.
Any ideas what to do? 

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win xp, asus p5q-e onboard soundcard

When some sound is playing (game, video) every 30 seconds there is some "static" noise. It sounds as looking up different stations on a old radio.

I don't know if this is hardware or software problem. No new hardware is added. I dont have any other loudspeakers to test.

A while ago I had this problem as well but somehow it disappeared. the noise is more often when surfing on internet or only navigating in windows.
 

Answer:noise from loud speakers

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I have Windows Vista basic. I am running free avg anti virus.
But for some reason my comuter makes this really loud noise and it is slow to do anything open control panel or games or anything at all. SO you know when you are doing a virus scan and it makes that loud noise well mine does that alot. Please help me.
I know the basics about computers so I should not be too hard to teach. Thanks in advance.
 

Answer:PC making annoying loud noise?

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Hi there, firstly iam not sure if this is in the correct section of the forum. But my pc is making a loud humming noise. I havent a clue wot it is. It has done it for some time now, usually i turn on my pc here the humming noise so i would leave the pc like that for a few minutes until it warms up, turn it off and then back on again and the loud humming would stop. But now it just will not go away.

Does anyone have any ideas what it might be?

Thanks
 

Answer:My pc is making a loud huming noise.

Take the side panel off, start it up and listen for what is making the humm. Could be a fan going bad or the computer dust needs cleaning out, etc...
 

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my e machine is making a loud humming noise and it keeps sending erroe reports. PLEASE HELP!! and Thank-You ...

Answer:why is my e machine making a loud noise?

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So I'm on the same setup I have always been... Nothing was changed. On Windows 7 I had no problem, on 8.1 it started and now on W10 I still can't get rid of it.
Anytime I'm in game, no matter what game, I get this weird buzzing/humming/screeching noise that won't stop. It happens both on my built in speakers of the screen I'm using (Samsung SyncMaster P2770HD) and on my headphones (Razer Kraken). I even tried to plug my Sennheiser ear-phones to see if it has anything to do with that. Still noise.
I tried switching plugs, uninstalling Realtek Audio Drivers, reinstalling Nvidia drivers, playing with all kinds of settings in game and Windows-wise. I just can't figure out what the problem is.

My specs:
i5 - 4460, GTX 970 G1, 8GB Ram, Gigabyte H97 Motherboard.
I'm on the latest Windows 10 version with the latest drivers installed.

Thanks in advance!

Answer:Weird buzzing noise in headphones and speakers while in games

The playback for microphone or line in may be too high, check in Realtek control panel and lower it, turn it down or mute it.

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Hi guys!

So, my computer was working normally and then it froze in the middle of my game and the speakers produced a loud buzzing noise.

I restarted my computer by pressing the holding the power button, but it wouldn't load all the way. Sometimes it would freeze during the windows loading icon, sometimes it's just a black screen, sometimes I'm able to sign onto my account but freezes again.

I performed a system repair and a scan; scan showed no corrupt files.

The only thing I did recently was replacing my heat sink and fan.

I have no idea what to do or how to go about this situation.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

My computer is a:
HP Pavilion p7-1074
64bit Operating System
AMD Phenom II X4 960T Processor 3.00GHz
8GB DDR3 system memory
ATI Radeon HD4200
1.5TB Hard Drive
Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n
 

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I'm using a laptop and when I turn on the speakers and turn up the volume, I hear buzzing, the higher I turn up the volume, the higher the buzzing sound goes. Here are the technical specifications of the speakers:
Model no.: SL-8020/8021
110 Watts P.M.P.O., 2W RMS
Power supply: ~ 230V
Controls:
On/Off switch
Volume control
Frequency range: 110 Hz-13 kHz
Dimensions (WxDxH): 84x84x160mm
Loudspeakers: 2x2,5", magnetically shielded
Impedance: 4 0hm
Audio input: 3.5 mm stereo jack

What do I have to do to get rid of the buzzing? Also, my audio driver is SoundMAX HD Audio 0. So could the audio driver be the problem, should I get a different audio driver?

Answer:desktop stereo speakers make buzzing noise

Electrical interference. Move it away from the laptop, or any other electrical appliances you have. Move it around till the buzzing subsides/stops

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So I'm on the same setup I have always been... Nothing was changed. On Windows 7 I had no problem, on 8.1 it started and now on W10 I still can't get rid of it.
Anytime I'm in game, no matter what game, I get this weird buzzing/humming/screeching noise that won't stop. It happens both on my built in speakers of the screen I'm using (Samsung SyncMaster P2770HD) and on my headphones (Razer Kraken). I even tried to plug my Sennheiser ear-phones to see if it has anything to do with that. Still noise.
I tried switching plugs, uninstalling Realtek Audio Drivers, reinstalling Nvidia drivers, playing with all kinds of settings in game and Windows-wise. I just can't figure out what the problem is.

My specs:
i5 - 4460, GTX 970 G1, 8GB Ram, Gigabyte H97 Motherboard.
I'm on the latest Windows 10 version with the latest drivers installed.

Thanks in advance!

Answer:Weird buzzing noise in headphones and speakers while in games

The playback for microphone or line in may be too high, check in Realtek control panel and lower it, turn it down or mute it.

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a video was being played in my chrome browser and while I lift my laptop up to relocate, the browser crashed and cause a memory leak and the whole system froze and there was a humming audio sound and no matter what key I pressed nothing happened, even closing down the lid did nothing.  I had to force a shutdown by pressing the power button. Error codes below:  This is what really what I was forced to do:"The system has rebooted without cleanly shutting down first. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly." DCOM got error "1084" attempting to start the service ShellHWDetection with arguments "" in order to run the server:{DD522ACC-F821-461A-A407-50B198B896DC} Fault bucket 3401093358, type 5Event Name: RADAR_PRE_LEAK_WOW64Response: Not availableCab Id: 0 Fault bucket 349669649, type 5Event Name: ScriptedDiagFailureResponse: Not availableCab Id: 0 Fault bucket , type 0Event Name: ScriptedDiagFailureResponse: Not availableCab Id: 0 Fault bucket 0, type 5Event Name: NetworkDiagnosticsFrameworkV3Response: Not availableCab Id: 0 Fault bucket 0, type 5Event Name: NetworkDiagnosticsFrameworkV3Response: Not availableCab Id: 0 Fault bucket 719788241, type 5Event Name: ScriptedDiagFailureResponse: Not availableCab Id: 0 Fault bucket 719788241, type 5Event Name: ScriptedDiagFailureResponse: Not availableCab Id: 0 Event filter with query "SELECT * FROM __InstanceModificationE... Read more

Answer:B570 hangs while making a buzzing noise - error 0x80041003

hi andrewjamaica,

Welcome to the Lenovo Community.

The buzzing noise that you heard is due to the system being halted (always happens when your playing a music or a video when the PC hangs). As for the error 0x80041003, Microsoft published an article regarding this issue and it appears that it was caused by updating your windows machine.

You can find the Microsoft Fix It here:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-US;2545227
Hope this helps.

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I have a HP Pavilion 15-n020nr andfor no reason at all my laptop started making this noise. At first it was intermittent static, almost like static beeping, but then it became steady. I restarted my laptop, but it started up again once I turned it back on. I also heard it through my headphones at first but after I unplugged them and plugged them back in now it's just from the speakers again. At first it started as soon as I played any audio, and would stop about 30 seconds after I stopped playing the audio. Now it starts as soon as I start up my laptop. I tried updating my Realtek driver, and my graphics driver (amd radeon hd 8400/R3 Series) but as soon as I did my laptop wouldn't turn on at all. I had to completely reset it from the menu you get when you press esc while booting it up. While that did allow me to use my laptop again, the static noise is still there.

I would really appreciate anyone with any idea how to fix this.

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This problem just started about 20 minutes ago, for no reason at all my laptop started making this noise. At first it was intermitten static, almost like static beeping, but then it became steady. I restarted my laptop, but it started up again once I turned it back on. I also heard it through my headphones but I unplugged them and now it's just from the speakers again. It starts as soon as I play audio, and stops about 30 seconds after I stop playing audio. I don't know what to do.

Answer:Loud static noise from speakers

Last night I had some friends help me, we tried updating my Realtek driver, restoring my laptop, and finally updating my graphics driver I went to this website and selected the automatically detect option. However, after installing the driver my laptop now freezes on the hp loading screen.

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I have a HP Pavilion 15-n020nr andfor no reason at all my laptop started making this noise. At first it was intermittent static, almost like static beeping, but then it became steady. I restarted my laptop, but it started up again once I turned it back on. I also heard it through my headphones at first but after I unplugged them and plugged them back in now it's just from the speakers again. At first it started as soon as I played any audio, and would stop about 30 seconds after I stopped playing the audio. Now it starts as soon as I start up my laptop. I tried updating my Realtek driver, and my graphics driver (amd radeon hd 8400/R3 Series) but as soon as I did my laptop wouldn't turn on at all. I had to completely reset it from the menu you get when you press esc while booting it up. While that did allow me to use my laptop again, the static noise is still there.

I would really appreciate anyone with any idea how to fix this.

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Hi, i own my u430Touch 3 Weeks now and the system fan is real buzzing direct after starting the system, is this normal ? while the Noise comes from the upper right side (near the Powerconnector), i think this must be the Systemfan. There is no other Programm startet. any ideas please ? 

Answer:Lenovo U430Touch + loud buzzing fan

hi Adrenochrom,
 
Your right, the system fan is located on the right side of the unit.
- Link to picture
 
If the buzzing noise is loud and doesn't stop then this isn't a normal behaviour. Did you noticed this out of the box or it just happened recently?
 
If the issue started happening out of the box then it might be a thermal configuration in the BIOS that's making the fan spins at a high RPM (in normal conditions, the fan tries to dissipate the heat out that's comming from the CPU/GPU -- which causes the buzzing sound).
 
Otherwise, it's most likely a malfunctioning fan. In this case, I recommend you contact lenovo and report the problem.
 
Things that you can check::
1. Temperature of the system (eg. via HWMonitor or similar software)
2. CPU load (eg. via Task Manager)
3. If applicable, the Fan speed (eg via HWMonitor, Aida64 Extreme, or similar software)
 
 
Regards

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OK, so for a few months now, my one year old computer's power supply box has been making a very loud noise after I start up my computer. It lasts anywhere from 3 to 10 minutes. And lately the sound comes up even when my computer has been on for any amount of time after I turned it on.I recorded the sound:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9-s7mUXfH8It's pretty loud if you're there in the same room, or even outside the room.Now, I opened up my computer because I naturally thought that it was dusty, which it was. So with my computer off, switched to 0 and unplugged, I dusted it inside and out. I made sure to hold each fan still (one on the mother board, one on my graphics card and the one in the power supply) while I cleaned the dust using a pressurized can of air. (FALCON Dust-Off Professional)I did open up my power supply and dusted everything in there to, very carefully. I then made sure that nothing was hitting the fan in the power supply while it spun, there were no obstructions, everything seemed that it'd be running smoothly. I then put everything back together and made sure everything was in place. Turned on my computer and it still made that noise. So I'm still not sure why it makes that noise. I checked to see if my computer was overheating, but it wasn't hot at all, and it's definitely in a ventilated place, all sides of it (vents) have nothing in their path. So I'm still not sure why that sound it happening or what is making it. ... Read more

Answer:Power Supply making loud noise.

Sounds like a wire or the fan grille scraping against the fan blades.

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Hello

Today I was playing my games, as usual until my laptop starting making very, very loud buzzing noises. I instantly turned off the laptop. Left if for a bit and turned back on. Again, extremely loud noises. I'm scared to turn it back on now. Im thinking it's the fan as that is where the noise is coming from but I can't be sure.

Any advice on what to do? Any one else had this problem?

Thanks
Frozensin

Answer:My Satellite C855 is making very loud noise

On this virtual way we cannot say for sure what the problem is but I can imagine that cooling fan is responsible for this.
From the first moment when you switch your notebook ON cooling fan is active so I would like to know if you can hear this noise from the first second after start-up.

Is there some other kind of vibration?

Of course it is also interesting to know if your notebook has valid warranty or not. If yes I strongly recommend you to contact nearest Toshiba service provider, explain the situation and ask for help.
They can order and exchange cooling vent.

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I tried resetting my pc today but it failed and said "There Was A Problem Resetting Your PC. No Changes Were Made." and the pc restarted when it was in the windows loading screen the fans or that is what it sounds like starts making much louder noise..
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I have a home built computer, (not built by myself) and the power supply makes loud noise almost like the fan is hitting against something. I have checked the fan, and it is clear of all contact, and this is not constant. There are times where it will be too loud to even sleep with from across the house, and times where it runs quiet as a mouse.

When it was making the loud noise, I was moving the computer to get a good look at it, and when it hit into the corner of my desk, the impact stopped the noise. I know it is coming from the power supply fan, but there is nothing for it to be hitting so I don't know whats causing it.
 

Answer:Power Supply Making Loud Noise

Are you aware that there is also a fan on the CPU, inside near the power supply?
 

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ENVY Notebook - 17t-n100 CTO (ENERGY STAR)I have a obnoxious buzzing noise coming from the speakers. No matter what I do it persist and not even when I mute the sound does it go away.  The Laptop would sit idle with no app running and it still persist. Very annouying. What can be causing this a bad power supply?

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Hello!

I get a really irritating buzzing noise from my speakers whenever I move my mouse in my web browser. I've tried muting my mic and all that and it hasn't worked. Has anyone else had this problem? I'm using the latest version of Firefox.
 

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Hi I upgraded my Computer last year and I recently got some new games to play on it. All my older games have ran with no issues. But I have been having trouble playing The Sims 4 and Sudden strike 4.

After about a hour sometimes less my Computer will freeze when playing these games and monitor speakers will emit a buzzing sound as audio is being looped extremely fast. I have to press the restart button on my Computer for it stop.

My specs are:
OS: Windows 7 Professional.
Graphics: AMD Radeon R9 380.
RAM: 32 GB
CPU: AMD FX 8320.

I also replace the PSU last year.

I would quite grateful if anyone can help me solve this annoying issue.

Thank you.
 

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