Windows 10 Strange "system" sound? need help

#1
Hey, i really need help with this terrible strange sound.

Vocaroo | Voice message

It comes totally random, tested with and without headset.
Cant find this in "systemsounds"

Really need to fix it..

Acer Laptop / windows 10
 


kemical

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#2
Have you checked for malware? Try running Malwarebytes (it's free)
 


#3
21 files found, i deleted them, let me recommend u if the sound is gone.
 


kemical

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#4
Ok, hope all is well but if not please post back.
 


#5
2 hours without the sound!
waiting still for it. :D
 


kemical

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#6
Excellent! So far so good.. I'll keep my fingers crossed.. :)
 


#7
still there....
 


Neemobeer

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#8
It's likely being played from a file, so you could leave procmon running with a filter for create/open operations and only for music file types.
 


kemical

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#9
If this has only started recently perhaps it's linked to something you recently installed?

Or perhaps it's an old extension or add-on to a browser? See this as an example:
Strange "splash" or "splish" noise, random sound
 


#10
Hi. I have had presided problem after installing, even win7. Then I hit win10 and it was remain after new installation of windows.
What was. I have 5.1 speakers. They was connected in 5.1 mode. Every time while rebooting or turning off it was that ugly peachy sound.
Solution was after long two years(not drivers issue) I have found. I reconnected 5.1 to 7.1 and that was it. My sound system is 10 years old electronics. Maybe cos of that.
Good luck.
 


#11
By the way, the sound is still there...
 


kemical

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#12
By the way, the sound is still there...
You could try tracking it down by uninstalling all your third party applications such as media players or pdf readers and just leave windows as well as it's drivers installed. A process of elimination.
If the sound does stop then slowly start adding apps back one at a time to see if the sound returns. If your sure things are ok then install the next thing and so on..
 


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