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Very loud Bullet noise in the Speaker

Posted on 2004-03-22
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Hi,

I have a strange problem.

OS: XP PRO
ANTIVIRUS: TITANIUM PANDA SOFTWARE 2004

Time to time, i heard a very loud bullet noise in my Speaker. It is like a shot Gun in my display. Is this a virus... but Panda software see nothing.
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by:YarnoSG
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Check for malware & trojans as well.

Could also be a bad audio driver

Try removing your sound card in device manager.
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by:alexgreen
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have a look at your sound settings.  You may have a sound set for some random windows execution.
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by:Gareth Gudger
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Are you using a pop up blocker. I had a weird problem noise on a clients computer and it turned out they had a pop-up blocker enabled that gave out a noise every time it blocked something - one of those free annoying toolbars for IE.
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by:Marcheblanc
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Hi, (sorry for the bad english language, i'm french speaking)


Let me make thinks clear, please. The problem is not simply that i hear a noise but it is that I hear  4 ou 5 VERY LOUD SHOT GUN.

 So let's forget about problems with my speaker ou problems in the drivers. Maybe a malware & troyans as well, but how come no Antivirus or Anti-spyware/malware are able to detect it by a name or something...

Thans for help,

Marcheblanc
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alexgreen earned 200 total points
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it may not be malware / spyware
your anti-mal / anti-spy may not be completely up to date
it may be a perfectly "normal" setting that has a sound attributed to it

have a look with Adaware from www.lavasoft.de
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by:Marcheblanc
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HI,
OK CLOSE THIS QUESTION PLEASE.

I do not have the problem anymore but i do not know at all why. It was probably a malware or a troyen or a noise from the popup blocker.

I d'ont know how to slit the point.

thanks

Marcheblanc
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by:turn123
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Marcheblanc,

Click the split points link below this comment.

Turn123
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