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Hi guys, i am having a bit of a nightmare with this one and i have been pulling my hair out for nearly two weeks trying to fix this issue and finally i decided to ask for help from this great community. I have a standard Linux Mint installed on my laptop and everything is updated. The problem that i am having is that there is a loud static noise coming from my speakers whenever my laptop is on battery power. I get no static at all when my laptop in connected to AC power which leads me to believe it is a power saving issue of some kind but not sure. I have tlp power saver installed and tweaking the settings does little good. On battery power though sometimes the static is a bit quieter to the point of stopping completely. So i think great my issue is solved, only for me to load media like vlc or clementine etc and i get the loud audio static again and when i close these windows it all goes quiet again. There is also the loud static type sound when powering on and off my laptop. I am completely stuck. Please i really really hope someone can help
Afternoon Currently I am setting up a computer for converting VHS to DVD. I am running an ASUS My Cinema P7131 Dual TV-Tuner on a dedicated Windows XP machine. I have the audio cables (white/red composite) connected to the Line-In of my Onboard Realtek audio port and the video cable (yellow) connected to my TV-Tuner from a VHS Player. I can watch the VHS record and listen to it (via a 3.5mm Audio cable running to speakers on the PC) and it is all fine, however when I record the audio is very fuzzy. I am currently trying Cyberlink Power Director and have previously used NCH Golden Video VHS to DVD converter and had identical problems, do you guys have any idea on what I can do to rectify this problem hoping to offer it as service to the local community.