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HP Omen Laptop 15-dc0xx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

My laptop sounds very tinny when I plug in my headphones. The headphones sound great elsewhere and the bluetooth headphones sound great on my laptop. This happened before when my computer updated a while ago and it has happened again after an update recently. The problem is that I did a lot of updates in the last couple weeks and I don't know which it is, but either way, I need these updates. I can't just avoid updates until the end of time. How can I fix this while still using updates?

 

I updated everything and looked at other questions and they said to do stuff with Realtek HD Audio but my computer will only let me use that. It just says it is the best driver and none other exist on my computer when I search.

 

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