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01-16-2020 08:49 AM
Have never experienced this with ANY desktop or laptop PC.
After this experience will never consider purchase of an HP product. Have lost days of productivity due to troubleshooting!
Before anyone suggests the obvious, ie uninstall existing Realtek audio driver, rebooting
I have done ALL these steps.
I have also had an HP technician remote in for a couple hours and making sure everything is updated (drivers, BIOS, etc)
How can such a serious issue arise in a brand new laptop?
I am tempted to return for a full refund.
01-18-2020 04:08 PM
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