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2013-10-28 · I noticed yesterday that when i move my mouse my computer speaker (this is attached to my screen) makes a weird high pitch noise that is not that loud but still noticeable. I use headphones 95% of time when on my computer so i don't hear it. but once i unplugged the cord for the speakers the noise stopped, so that's i how i know its from my computer speakers. Page 1 of 2 - rattling/buzzing noise coming from pc when moving mouse cursor,browsing,VLC,etc. - posted in Internal Hardware: recently i started to notice annoying unstoppable buzzing/rattling try all the c settings under cpu setings in the bios.also roll a bit of card into a tube and move it round your pc to try and hear where the sound is comeing from. Chuck Norris Distinguished Member Yes a BT mouse. But actually, the computer is making noise without the mouse.

Speakers make noise when i move my mouse

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This does not happen on other operating systems on the same machine. RE: Static noise when moving mouse. The problem is RF interference from other parts of the system. Even on a desktop, the power supply will generate noise into the sound system so people move the notebook further from the PS. In a notebook, everything is so close that unless good shielding is used, there is no way around it. I don't have another wired mouse, but I did plug in an older wireless mouse I had lying around and I couldn't hear the noise anymore. I have tried turning off any power saving modes and disabling suggested things in the bios, tried all the of USB ports, disabled onboard sound (some people suggested it might be interference with the onboard sound card), unplugged speakers altogether, and nothing has stopped the noise.

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Speakers make noise when i move my mouse

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Speakers make noise when i move my mouse

I have found many topics about this issue, but have not found a solution. Plugged into the inputs are the output from my PC and the output from an Xbox 360. There's 2 separate volume controls, 1 for each input. If I turn the one that's related to the Xbox 360 all the way to zero, even if the Xbox is turned off, the noise when I move my mouse or turn the mouse scroll wheel disappears.

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Speakers make noise when i move my mouse

When I unplug the A/C adapter I can't hear this anymore. also if I use the touchpad, I can't hear it no matter what too When i use my headphones or put my ear up to my speakers, i can hear this faint, but high pitch noise as i move my mouse around my monitor. And when i click it does a quick crackle. also it crackles when i scroll up or down a page. A weird noise from my laptop, mainly when moving any external mouse.

Also, side note, the sound is much stronger when I'm moving the cursor over windows then if moved over the plain desktop. I'm using the onboard sound right now from my MSI P67A-G43 (B3), with my speakers plugged into the front speaker out slot.
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- Plugging the mouse and speakers in the back I/O panel always results in the noise. However, when I move the USB plug from the speaker to either the front panel or another pc, the noise is gone. - How close is your speakers to the area where you move your mouse? Are the speakers on top your desk? If that's the case, you are hearing static because of Electromagnetic interference. You can fix the static by moving your speaker a little farther from your speaker.