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System Model HP ENVY Curved 34-a0xx AiO PC ALL
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Folks,

Every 2 or 3 seconds my computer makes a click.  I have uninstalled the realtek drivers and devices.  I have checked on the bios.  My warranty was over on 1/6.  This was a very expensive computer.  HP should be able to resolve this without spending for a service plan.  HP Should build products they stand behind!  This sucks!!!

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@neilesilverman I understand this could be rather frustrating, however, we should be able to identify the cause of this clicking noise and resolve it, accordingly!

That said, I found an advisory related to this very concern: click here to check it out or follow the below steps:

 

To resolve the issue, perform Windows Updates to download and install the Realtek audio driver to version 6.0.1.8504 (or later).

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Update & Security.
  4. Select Check for updates.
  5. Download and install all recommended updates.
  6. Select Settings > Update & security > Windows UpdateAdvanced options View your update history.
  7. Confirm the Realtek audio driver to version 6.0.1.8504 (or later) is installed.

If the issue persists, the issue may be the fan and not the speakers: click here for additional steps.

 

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