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FlyGuy45

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#1 12 years ago

A quick question is FH I use vent but I always get feedback would aweak PSU be the casue(someone told me that)? And how would I get rid of the feedback(the "errrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr")

TY




Polska

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#2 12 years ago

Depends, what kind of PSU do you have, including the rest of of your computer?

[Edit] Slap me, your system specs are in your sig :lol:

To much high-end stuff can seriously stress a low-end psu.




Gen'l Knight

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#3 12 years ago

Fly Guy, how many watts are you pushing?? Notice in my sig I went fairly big... :naughty:




FlyGuy45

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#4 12 years ago

The PSU is 420.

You just beat me!




[FC]bigE

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#5 12 years ago

Your PSU could cause feedback due to a bad ground in the unit itself. If that was the problem, the only remedy that comes to mind would be replacing it. However, if your PSU had a bad ground it would likely cause havoc throughout your system and not only ventrilo.

Have you made sure your "microphone mute" box is checked in audio controls?




FlyGuy45

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#6 12 years ago

'[FCbigE']Your PSU could cause feedback due to a bad ground in the unit itself. If that was the problem, the only remedy that comes to mind would be replacing it. However, if your PSU had a bad ground it would likely cause havoc throughout your system and not only ventrilo.

Have you made sure your "microphone mute" box is checked in audio controls?

Yea I have. My Pc is running fine and I think my PSU is all fine, how would I check(Pref:Software remedy)?

EDIT:BTW it was fine before I installed Nvidia drivers.




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#7 12 years ago

Who told you it could be your PSU? I'd be interested to know why they think that. Your PSU is probobly boarderline, if its decnet PSU it should be ok, its it a no name then you might have problems.




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#8 12 years ago

MG42ManiacWho told you it could be your PSU? I'd be interested to know why they think that. Your PSU is probobly boarderline, if its decnet PSU it should be ok, its it a no name then you might have problems.[/quote]

[quote=FlyGuy45]Yea I have. My Pc is running fine and I think my PSU is all fine, how would I check(Pref:Software remedy)?

EDIT:BTW it was fine before I installed Nvidia drivers.

Take the side off your PSU and tell me that the make of it is and what the rails are:

Mine looks like this for example: LD0000432076_2.jpg




FlyGuy45

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#9 12 years ago

My clanmates father told me about it :rolleyes: Cant I see it thru software?




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#10 12 years ago

not really, the PSU is probobly the one thing software can't tell you much about, apart from measuring the current it gives out.