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    Default Buzzing on GA-X48-DS5

    Every so often, say every twenty minutes or so, while I am playing media or editing with Sony Vegas, I get a short buzz. It freezes he computer, and it's so short, less than a second, but I am concerned. It almost seems as if there is a short somewhere.

    Any thoughts?
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    Default Re: Buzzing on GA-X48-DS5

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Harper View Post
    Every so often, say every twenty minutes or so, while I am playing media or editing with Sony Vegas, I get a short buzz. It freezes he computer, and it's so short, less than a second, but I am concerned. It almost seems as if there is a short somewhere.

    Any thoughts?
    Have you got case speaker/buzzer connected to the Motherboard?

    If you have and have enabled the CPU temperature alarm in the bios (at your temp choice), then if the temperature peaks and hits that alarm threshold, you will hear a noise.

    Then again it could be an inductor "ringing" on your motherboard, which isn't a problem at all.
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    Default Re: Buzzing on GA-X48-DS5

    The buzz is coming through my speakers which are running off of SB Audgy4. And the screen freezes also.

    Thanks for the response.

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    Default Re: Buzzing on GA-X48-DS5

    What OS are you using?

    It sounds like a driver conflict.
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    Default Re: Buzzing on GA-X48-DS5

    Vista 64 bit with correct drivers for Audigy 4 and onoard audio is disabled...onboard audio drivers have never been installed.

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    Yes, using the latest. Since I'm not running raid, I uninstalled the Raid drivers and the problem seems to be gone, knock on wood!

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