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I recently retired my old HP desktop and replaced it with a new HP All-in-One.  I transferred the external speakers from my old computer to the new one.  On my old computer I was able to shut down the computer and leave the speakers on so they were ready when I booted the computer.  With my new HP, when I shut down the all in one, and the speakers remain on, they emit a hum or buzz sound.  My only solution is to turn the speakers off.  If I put the all in one to sleep (instead of using shut down) the speakers remain quiet.  Any ideas as to why this happens?  Any ideas on how to make the external speakers perform as they did with the old HP computer?

 

Separate question.  I have a Brother ink jet printer connected wirelessly to the new all in one.  Occasionally, the printer does not wake up automatically when I send a print job.  Any ideas?

 

Thanks,

 

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