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rastlin01

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Hi guys

a frend gave me a computer to look at when ever it's on it makes all the radios in the house emit a high pitch squeel until it shuts down, i thought he was crazy until i got it home sure enough would it be the power supply??

any suggestions would be appriciated
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....every radio in the house? no matter how close it is to the computer? or what chanel the radio is on? i'd lean towards demonic possession...but...somewhow there could be a motor inside of the computer that's gone screwy (like the PSU fan)...but i've never heard of such a thing causing radio interferance...
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i tried un plugging everything one by one fans, cd drives and even the hdd.....if i take my small wind up radio and move it around it seems to get louder around the power supply

weird eh

to make matters worse this is not the first computer to do this in there house both are MDG's and do the same thing, the genaric one there using now is fine no probs at all

Edited by rastlin01, 18 December 2006 - 01:42 PM.

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