For a while now, I have had problems with Windows 10 every now and then where all of a sudden my computer will freeze for seemingly no reason.
Previously I posted this forum thinking it was my NVIDIA divers (because I didn't actually need them).
BUT, today my computer froze again, and I have noticed something odd but common with all the times it has frozen. Allow me to explain:
I was on Facebook today searching through as you do, and my small (not smart) phone started ringing. As always, my acer speakers pick up this signal for some reason and start buzzing. I turn my speakers off and answer my phone, walking away from the computer. After about 5 mins, I come back to find my computer frozen.
This interaction with speakers seems to be common in the freezing of my computer. I can recall other times answering a call and coming back to find my computer frozen. Also, if I am watching a youtube video, and my computer freezes whilst the speakers are on, the speakers will make a loud noise (this hasn't happened so recently, can't quite remember noise to describe).
Can someone please help me with this? This MIGHT be the cause, however, this is still unknown, if even linked! This sound problem may even be linked with my previous NVIDIA problems (which I thought were causing this freezing) as on previous thread.