Windows 10: Static Noises for Audio

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  1.    18 Jun 2016 #41

    Hi I have a similar problem I'm running Windows 10 on a dell Inspiron 5521 and I have updated all my drivers but I get a faint static noise when listening to any audio with my earphones. It's really annoying. What else can I do?
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  2.    18 Jun 2016 #42

    rezarawat said: View Post
    Hi I have a similar problem I'm running Windows 10 on a dell Inspiron 5521 and I have updated all my drivers but I get a faint static noise when listening to any audio with my earphones. It's really annoying. What else can I do?
    Buy an earphone with USB input. USB is much less noisier than the audio output of a laptop.
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  3.    18 Jun 2016 #43

    I am currently going to buy a usb to audio dongle/port to use audio. But this static noise shouldn't occur and I have a feelings it's Windows 10 and not the motherboard/audio port
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  4.    4 Weeks Ago #44

    I just found a solution to an issue with streaming audio after about a year of frustration. This may be different than the original post on this thread. My sound was experiencing dropouts and distortion whenever I was browsing. I tried different browsers, different streaming apps, and lots of other things. Solution was to update the driver to my wireless network adapter. In my case that is an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC8260. I tried this after finding a solution to the same problem that involved a Realtek network adapter. When I updated I got a "successfully installed" message but I had to restart before it worked. Good luck.
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  5.    4 Weeks Ago #45

    RobInPinckney said: View Post
    I just found a solution to an issue with streaming audio after about a year of frustration. This may be different than the original post on this thread. My sound was experiencing dropouts and distortion whenever I was browsing. I tried different browsers, different streaming apps, and lots of other things. Solution was to update the driver to my wireless network adapter. In my case that is an Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC8260. I tried this after finding a solution to the same problem that involved a Realtek network adapter. When I updated I got a "successfully installed" message but I had to restart before it worked. Good luck.
    thanx 4 posting back...it may help few ppl
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