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Amjadsiddiq
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Worst Experiece with HP Probook 450 G7

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HP Probook 450 G7
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,

 

I have bought HP Probook 450 G7 2 weeks before and i feel that is a worst and in-mature product designed by HP. Probook brand i was recommending other but after using the new book really feel like i messed up with all my works due to its sound card driver issues, whenever windows/driver update it sounds like a messing hell and not recognized, no hear able sound. Even on visiting HP service center seems like they don't have any in trust with customer's problem with their un acceptable behavior while just purchase 2 weeks before this HP Probook 450 G7.

 

Hope someone from HP will contact to resolve issue or i will create blogs about HP services and its products to demote them with bad comments.

 

Thanks.

 

Amjad

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cbraafhart
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I also have the same issue.

We purchased 10 new 450 G7 and from my experience with it, I knew the sound was a problem so this morning after reinstalling all of them i turned on the sound of a few of them, The I think the Realtek drivers are causing the issue, because after removing, uninstalling and deleting the drivers windows will automatically install new drivers for me. But after restarting the machine the cracking sound will immediately start again. So something Works perfectly prior to the restart, but after the restart every sound I play will crack. From Media players and via browsers such as youtube.

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