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Subject: [aclug-L] Re: Computer Vibration Noise
From: Nate Bargmann <n0nb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 29 Jan 2005 08:57:59 -0600
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* David Carmichael <dec2955@xxxxxxxxxx> [2005 Jan 29 07:41 -0600]:
> Computer Vibration Noise:::
> What do you use to help reduce vibration noise on your PC??
> I have a PC which I guess from age has started having vibration noise which 
> is close to the sound of 'Finger Nails On Chalk Board'!!
> I have for the most part eliminated that it is a failing fan or storage 
> drive....
> Any suggestions?? 

If it's not a fan or storage drive, what else could possibly be
rotating/moving to cause the noise?  Things in a quiescent state don't
cause noise--it takes vibration to do that.

I know that monitors will develop a sqeal and some people are more
sensitive (higher hearing range--mine cuts off at 14 kHz) to it.

- Nate >>

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