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Old 01-30-2005, 05:40 AM
Dave Stergz Dave Stergz is offline
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Default Noisy mBox

Hi

I have had an mBox for about 2 years and I have mostly used it with an Apple iBook with great success. I have since purchased a centrino Dell Latitude and when the laptop is plugged into power, the mBox makes a horrible electrical noise. I am using the correct cable shipped with the mBox. PTLE 6.4cs9. I have plugged the mBox into several Windows PC's including desktops and other Pentium 4 and Pentium 3 mahchine and every time it does the same things. It is acutally unusable on Windows Machines and is getting extremely frustrating. I am tried the same things with another friends mBox and it seems to work fine.

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