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Speakers crackling could be an issue that can be fixed through a simple troubleshoot.
 
Type “find and fix audio” into your computer's search bar. Select “find and fix audio playback problems”. Find your speakers on the device list and click “Next”.
 
If that doesn't work then you can try disabling your audio enhancements by clicking on the little speaker icon in the bottom right hand corner on your taskbar and selecting "mixer", then select "speakers" and click "disable audio enhancements".
 
If your speakers are still distorted you might need to update your sound card drivers. Go to your start menu and search "windows updates" and pick "check for updates" and install whatever updates appear on the list.
 
Another way to update your sound card drivers is to go to your device manager, using the start menu search bar, and right click on the device manager then click "update driver software".
 
If all of that doesn't work then you probably need to replace your speakers as it could be a hardware problem instead of a software problem.
 
For more information see the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Pavilion_11t-n000_x360_Troubleshooting#Section_Crackling_Sound_through_Speaker|Troubleshooting Guide].

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Post originale di: Emily ,

Testo:

Speakers crackling could be an issue that can be fixed through a simple troubleshoot.

Type “find and fix audio” into your computer's search bar. Select “find and fix audio playback problems”. Find your speakers on the device list and click “Next”.

If that doesn't work then you can try disabling your audio enhancements by clicking on the little speaker icon in the bottom right hand corner on your taskbar and selecting "mixer", then select "speakers" and click "disable audio enhancements".

If your speakers are still distorted you might need to update your sound card drivers. Go to your start menu and search "windows updates" and pick "check for updates" and install whatever updates appear on the list.

Another way to update your sound card drivers is to go to your device manager, using the start menu search bar, and right click on the device manager then click "update driver software".

If all of that doesn't work then you probably need to replace your speakers as it could be a hardware problem instead of a software problem.

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