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HP All-in-One - 22-c0063w
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

There is a buzzing noise coming from the front speaker panel on the right side that I am not sure what it is. It started about a year ago and I just left it alone and used another computer but I need to get it dealt with now. Any ideas what the noise could be?

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@Kris02 --  I need to get it dealt with now. 

 

For now, the quickest "bypass" would be to connect a set of external speakers. 

That should disable the internal speakers.

 

Within Windows "Settings", open the "Audio" app, and set the external speakers as your "default" audio output device.

 

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I've tried that and the nosie continues to happen even with the speakers shut off from the settings

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@Kris02 -- unless you are comfortable with disassembling your All-In-One computer, and since you want to fix the issue, and because the 12-month HP Warranty has expired, your only option is to pay a computer technician to trouble-shoot and then fix the issue.

 

The noise could be coming from the speaker, or it could be coming from some other component.

 

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