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celinaa

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Hello everyone, for some reason when I turn on my computer everything is ok. But after one to three hours, a buzzing noise occurs. This noise is getting worse and worse as time passes. Only when I restart the computer the problem is solved for the next couple of hours and this problem happens over and over again. I don't know what can have caused that. I think it's a driver problem but I have updated and even reinstalled the drivers and the problem doesn't fix. Somebody, please help me.
 

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Do you know what a 60 Hz (or 50 Hz) hum sounds like? If it is, something like that your power supply or more specifically it's rectifiers are starting to fail. If that's the case and if it's a tower/desktop start looking for a new power supply on sale. Also as time goes by you will notice all kinds of weird problems appearing.
 

pugpin

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Hello everyone, for some reason when I turn on my computer everything is ok. But after one to three hours, a buzzing noise occurs. This noise is getting worse and worse as time passes. Only when I restart the computer the problem is solved for the next couple of hours and this problem happens over and over again. I don't know what can have caused that. I think it's a driver problem but I have updated and even reinstalled the drivers and the problem doesn't fix. Somebody, please help me.
your power supply filters are going bad (capacitors) common problem.. replace power supply and it will fix it. i am electronic engineer and see this all the time
 

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Hey, i had a thought about the subject and if it is a speaker with a direct and dedicated electric plug then there is no problem as when connected the speaker will make a constant noise from the electric connection. Hope it helps.
 

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