Constant fuzzy noise


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    Windows 10
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    Constant fuzzy noise


    So I recently fixed my black screen of death problem after finding out my old psu was a old geezer. I purchased a Corsair CV550 55W 80+ B and it finally helped the black screen problem. After installing windows 10 again everything went up as it used to do. When trying to plug my headphone or my old speakers I found out the audio has some issues. When I plug one of these things in either the front or the back input, it provides a constant fuzzy / static noise. When I start a video it suggest that there is audio playing when I check the soundsettings. I have tried everything, from reinstalling audio drivers to unplugging front jack connecters from motherboard. The motherboard I am using at the moment is a MSI A320m-a PRO MAX.

    Any advice / information would be appreciated!
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    WaFayn said:
    So I recently fixed my black screen of death problem after finding out my old psu was a old geezer. I purchased a Corsair CV550 55W 80+ B and it finally helped the black screen problem. After installing windows 10 again everything went up as it used to do. When trying to plug my headphone or my old speakers I found out the audio has some issues. When I plug one of these things in either the front or the back input, it provides a constant fuzzy / static noise. When I start a video it suggest that there is audio playing when I check the soundsettings. I have tried everything, from reinstalling audio drivers to unplugging front jack connecters from motherboard. The motherboard I am using at the moment is a MSI A320m-a PRO MAX.

    Any advice / information would be appreciated!
    Hello WaFayn and welcome to TF ,

    If you still have the old PSU, I would put it back in for a test to see if the audio clears up. I'm suspecting the hum/buzz is related to the new PSU based on what you've written so far, and swapping the PSU in for a quick test will clear that suspicion up fast.
      My Computer


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       #3

    steve108 said:
    Hello WaFayn and welcome to TF ,

    If you still have the old PSU, I would put it back in for a test to see if the audio clears up. I'm suspecting the hum/buzz is related to the new PSU based on what you've written so far, and swapping the PSU in for a quick test will clear that suspicion up fast.
    Thanks for your response!

    Problem with the old PSU is, it won't work. I can't get into windows / boot because screen won't show anything.
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