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Ghost audio in the background


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If their are no apps. runing on my computer, nothing & all the media apps are desabled were could audio adds still be coming from?  

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I'm just on my computer, just surfing around with no audio apps running or anything.  No youtube, myspace, itunes, or anything else.  Nothing.  & all the sudden this audio starts playing in the background & i don't know were it's coming from. :? I have tried everything i could & know i have just gave up.  plz help me, it's up to u know Hak. 5 PLZ!!! THANK U!!!!  :-)

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View the source of the page. Look for code like bgsound= or embed tags for midi/audio, etc. Give us the link to the page you have it go on, or does it happen when not in a browser? If it only happens when in a browser, it is probably in the page somewhere. Even flash can be made transparent with no way to click it on or off.

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Hey thanks 4 replying. Yes it only happens when i'm online. i am on a wireless network. & i'm not sure if their r radio towers of some sort near me or not. I'm in the mountains. Their r a lot of power lines with the big huge tall towers but i do not know about any radio stations or towers. I'm in san jose, ca

I don't know, i mean the web sites that i'm on sometimes don't have no audio or nothing. & plus i use Firefox browser so i get know adds. I don't understand. U guys said something about me picking up radio signals, but how am i being or my computer being able 2 pick up those signals? I can really use ur guys help. Thanks!  :-? 

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Basically your speaker wires are picking up audio and the signal is being amped. when it next happens, mute your audio via the audio cp and see if it still happens. if it does, you'll need shielded cables. used to happen all the time when i used to live in the center of derby near an ambulance station. 

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I had the same issues with some of my old speakers. It could be that some type of radio wave aka a broadcaster signal that somehow making its way to your speakers. Somehow I could sometimes hear parts of what I think were cordless phone conversations. It could also be that there is a highly charged surface or device somewhere near your speakers or near your house and the magnetic field of that item is being picked up by your speakers. This is not that far fetched because the magnet on the back of your speakers would actually pick it up. I would look into something like this or look for a hidden program on your computer that may open with something like a web browser.

It could be that a wire has been damaged or the speaker is damaged and it is picking up crap from your wireless network card transmitting stuff.

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