Try muting any unused (or used for that matter) inputs, such as microphone or line-in's.
post #16 of 60
6/18/05 at 5:44pm
Originally Posted by motu
A high-pitched low-volume noise is generated whenever I move my mouse both in windows and in linux (kde), although when I move the mouse outside X, there's no noise.
In windows, the ordinary way to solve this would be to mute all unnecessary inputs - cd, modem, mic, etc. But I have a HDSP 9632 whose drivers doesn't work that way. There's no windows mixer element, and whatever I do in totalmix (mute everything), the noise just won't go away.
I'm fairly sure the problem is linked to my graphics card, since there's also a noise when maximizing a window. That's probably also why the noise issue only exist while in X in linux.
The noise is not only existent in the headphone output, but also in the line output, so it shouldn't have anything to do with the phone amplification circuit in the sound card.
Has anyone had similar experiences, especially owners of RME cards? How did you solve this? Please help, it's driving me nuts.