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post #11 of 36
Are you sure you are saving the new Bios settings upon exit?

Have you tried resetting the Cmos yet?

Try to explain exactly the noises it makes. Long beeps, short beeps, how the sound changes.
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post #12 of 36
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Yes, after setting to default, I selected "Exit and save changes".
Actually now I'm with the open case, noises are more occasional and its more difficult to hear them because of the fan.

My machine has a "normal" sound it does, there are 2 fans besides the case fan, and after I messed with that program, when i turn my pc on, most of the time it is making the normal sound, and then suddenly it starts making a louder noise, sounds like a fan noise, some times the whole case and even the DESK shakes, and it is a sound that gets annoying. I am going to install the motherboard driver i downloaded, reboot and close the case.

EDIT: It seems the noise is gone, but I'm not sure if the sound I hear is what i was used to hear. I will come back here if I notice it again.

EDIT2: Thank you guys, I am almost sure the problem is gone. I can't tell yet if its the same normal noise, but DEFINITELY its FAR from what it was before I uninstalled the program and installed the new driver. Its hard to tell if its the same cuz Im almost always hearing music or playing games when my pc is on, and these things are loud and they camouflage the comp sound.
If it comes back, I'll post another thread here. Thank you again.
Edited by Curseknight - 8/10/11 at 8:07am
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Its back, I left my house and when i came back, the strange behaviour began again. One of the sounds is very occasional (once or twice every 10 minutes) is sort of a louder fan sound (sound of a fan, but louder than normal) it starts and stops continuously, and sometimes a not-so-loud (sometimes its loud) chattering sound begins and my desk shakes slightly (the chattering sound stays for long moments, unlike the fan sound). Im afraid the only solution is messing with the jumper

No way I'm leaving my PC this way. I don't want a better performance than what I had before. I want normal settings, and NO overclocking absolutely.
Edited by Curseknight - 8/10/11 at 12:12pm
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Thread Starter 
I cant find any jumper plug nor a CMOS switch, and i want to do it without unscrewing the motherboard
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post #15 of 36
See the images, you have a non-PRO type listed in your sig rig but your first post claims a PRO type; the battery location differs.


Edited by Quantum Reality - 8/10/11 at 2:15pm
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post #16 of 36
Thread Starter 
Successfully reset CMOS, but the noise is still there!
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post #17 of 36
Physically check all of your case fans, and cpu cooling fans, to see if they are mounted securely. Make sure there is no wiggle to them.

The only other mechanical mechanism you have is your HDD, do you think the sound is coming from that?
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Im confused, because the sound began right after i clicked auto-tuning, and i reset cmos, so why its still here?! Well i changed some cables positions when trying to see the battery, i wonder thats it
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post #19 of 36
You should physically unplug your computer's power cord from the power supply then press the power button once to discharge the capacitors. THEN pull the battery for a minute and put it back in.
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post #20 of 36
What kind of noise are you getting?
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