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danklocke
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Speakers in my HP HP Pavilion All-in-One - 27-r014 are making a popping sound.

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Pavilion All-in-One - 27-r014
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My speakers make a popping sound at a frequency just slightly longer than 1 second with no other sounds coming out. Troubleshooting so far: a) Connected headphones - no popping sound, but also no other sound, b) reinstalled the audio driver and restarted the computer - no change, c) adjusted the audio balance to check each speaker - both speakers are making the noise. 

 

The computer came with Windows 10. No new software upgrades or additions have been made before this problem started.

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@danklocke

 

Welcome to HP support community.

 

If the headphones are fine, its an issue with the speakers alone, run a hardware test on the speaker using the hardware diagnostic tool.

Follow the steps mentioned under "Running component tests" in this document to run Audio test:- Click here

 

Let me know how it goes.

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Robin_Edinburgh
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Hi,

Did you ever find a fix for this? I just started having this exact problem this morning with my Pavilion All-in-One 24-r101na.

Cheers,

Robin

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danklocke
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No, sorry, I did not get a fix. What I ended up doing was getting a Bluetooth speaker and connected it to the computer. Specifically, I’m using a Jabra speaker that comes with a microphone as well. I believe the speakers are bad and it will cost more to get them repaired. 

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Thanks for the reply.  I have a positive update - I did a repair of the Windows 10 installation and it's fixed the issue. 

 

The audio is back working as before.

 

I did a manual update of the AMD Radeon graphics driver yesterday and although it worked fine yesterday, this morning it didn't.  I suspect I hadn't restarted my computer since installing the update and so any changes that were made with the AMD update yesterday didn't fully take effect until this morning when I turned my computer on.

 

I tried rolling back the graphics drivers and even installed the recommended ones from the HP website, but this still didn't fix the issue.  Only doing a repair of the Windows 10 installation fixed the issue, I presume this uninstalled the graphics driver completely.

 

Hope this can fix your system too!

 

Cheers,

 

Robin

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