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I am currently having some computer problems and I have tried every way I know to fix it. What happens is that I have random sound clips playing for no apparent reason. Be it a 20 second song clip, advertisement, whatever. It only happens when I am connected to the internet, and when I connect my laptop to my flat screen tv through HDMI when I want to watch a movie. It doesn't happen when disconnect my wifi. Now I know it's not advertisements from a browser because it does it when I shut everything down. It's not a browser playing these sounds, I have pulled up task manager and closed every process except for the mandatory ones. I have rebooted my computer in safe mode and ran a Malwarebytes scan and Kaspersky tdsskiller scan. They both brought up nothing. Neither did a Norton scan nor a Kaspersky scan, I am running Windows 7 on an HP DV4-2142nr 64-bit laptop. Any questions, thoughts, suggestions or recommendations are most welcome. Thanks.

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