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15th June, 2006 at 17:49:22 -

I have two computers at home, and whenever theyre plugged in this specific place in this room, these weird things happen (usually all at the same time, at random times):

-Speakers splurt out loads of noise
-Screen stops updating
-Internet sometimes cuts off
-Gamepad starts inputting random button presses to games

The most common two are the noise from speakers and internet cutting off at the same time, but does anyone have any idea why this happens? When i'm with this computer at uni, none of this happens, its only when its plugged in here at my house.

 
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15th June, 2006 at 17:53:07 -

You. my friend, have unwanted spiritual forces... that like to hack computers and things. Weird ghosts.

 
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15th June, 2006 at 17:55:20 -

Wow... that all sounds a lot more exciting than i thought... and how may i get rid of these spiritual hackers?

 
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15th June, 2006 at 19:20:22 -

It involves a hammer to tower collision last I heard. Good luck.

 
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15th June, 2006 at 21:32:21 -

That didn't work my computer won't even turn on anymore and i've gotta use my sisters computer. Thanks a lot.

 
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16th June, 2006 at 01:29:20 -

Just put it in the tub with you for a while and that usually fixes it. Basically the water rewires the circuits and things. Good luck.

 
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16th June, 2006 at 01:57:20 -

if you don't get electrocuted post and tell us how it went.

 
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16th June, 2006 at 02:35:13 -

Awww no omg someone help now IMO lol

 
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16th June, 2006 at 02:38:10 -

Well i went in the tub with it and all the dust from inside came out in the bath water and it was all horrible... but i think the hammer idea that BrandonC suggested destroyed it and now its just all wet and i dunno what to do with it >< it doesnt even turn on anymore

 
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16th June, 2006 at 08:30:15 -

now sorry to shatter your illusions of ghosts and spiritual hackers but to me it just sounds like you have a power anomoly in that room. you need to get an electrician to rewire the room or one day you will get the SHOCK of your life, quite literally.

 
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16th June, 2006 at 16:53:51 -

I think lembi2001 just explained it. Wrong wiring or the like can do such things. You might not be safe, get things rewired, maybe checked for static and electromagnetic waves too (not for ghost reasons, lol)!

 
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17th June, 2006 at 15:30:02 -

Ok cheers guys!

My dad has an insanely high power hifi installed in the same room (like with 8000 amplifiers and stuff that no one knows what does)... do you reckon that could be affecting it?

 
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17th June, 2006 at 21:40:29 -

Well I don't know, it kinda sounds like you computer is getting too much power.

 
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17th June, 2006 at 22:59:32 -

I suggest you don't ask any DCers for help.

Most of them will just make a few lame jokes; only a select few will actually help.

I have no idea what's wrong with your computer...I agree with DD: fuckin' ghosts.

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