If you have a ground loop, you should fix it by grounding everything to the same point.
If for some reason that does not work buy a ground loop.... many are available.... try a search for installs that use them.
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Yes, you should search... and Yes, It has been covered before!
..thing is..how do I do that . By the way since I installed my carPC the sound of my headunit(radio) with FM doesn't work pretty well . If my car is stopped it's just make noises.and if I shutdown the computer the sound comes. The ignition 12V wire is the same could that be it?
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I think that's acceptable...more than earing the sound of the engine
yeah, i thought that was acceptable too...until I tried it out. it was actually unlistenable to me.
btw...it really sounds like to have a grounding problem. try to find a bare metal spot to ground both your pc (including various metal pieces like the backing plate) and you HU to...and don't forget the power supply ground.
yep...the headunit ground wire. 95% of the time, the ground that is provided with the plug that goes into your HU is fine...but I've actually seen an install where the guy had to ground the HU to same point as his amp to get rid of the ground loop hum.