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Speakers not working

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Envy x360
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I just received an HP refurbished HP Envy x360, the 2020 model with the Ryzen 7 3700x, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD.

 

Unfortunately it seems the built-in speakers are broken. I have tried using both the HP and windows troubleshooting tools but no luck, here are the other troubleshooting steps I have taken:

 

- Checked volume is turned up

- Checked the default device selected.

- Checked the speaker is not muted.

- Tested with multiple applications (chrome (youtube), and spotify)

- Disabled all audio enhancements.

- Changed to Microsoft generic audio driver

- Updated Realtek driver

- Rolled back Realtek driver

- Uninstalled audio device and reinstalled with device manager.

- Tried using a bluetooth audio device, and wired headphones (both work fine).

- Installed all windows updates

- Updated BIOS

- Ran audio test through the component testing section of the HP bios (this indicated a critical failure of the speakers).

- Ran through all steps regarding audio with the HP virtual assistant.

 

Note: I also regularly get a high pitched beep/whine noise, this happens any time I try to do something that should result in audio from the speakers, although it seems to happen other times too.

 

It would seem to me that this is a hardware problem, unfortunately I can't find any way to get in touch with someone to get a proper case open. My device is under warranty.

 

Any help anyone can provide is greatly appreciated.

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