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bluebookproject

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Hey,

I've had this problem for a while now, months infact. It doesn't seem to be a big problem, it's just strange.

I have to be online for it to happen, but which programs I run, doesn't seem to matter, and I've checked all software settings for the sound file... nothing.

Basically every once in a random time, a guitar blasts from the speakers only to go away again and maybe not sound again for minutes or sometimes hours...

It's driving me mad now.

Tried Spybot, Ad-aware SE, Norton Anti-virus and Antivir - all return nothing.

Anybody any ideas?

Peace be with you!


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Hemal

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do you have any alerts settings that you may have set a while ago? how long does it occur and and patterns?
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No warning settings - turned them all off in windows.
The minimum I can run the internet with is AOL and firefox. Happens when all that is open is aol (I know - I curse it ALL the time).
There is nothing in aol that would make this sound. I run same aol on three computers in this house, this is the only one that makes this noise though.

Happens randomly - I have tried to spot a pattern, but can't - at it's worst, every five minutes or so, at its best, once every three hours.....

thanks
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