Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
Thanks for taking a look at my issue.
I have a HP Pavillion dv6824ca Notebook PC running Vista SP1.
My problem is audio related. When I play sound from any source (internet browser, media player, system sounds) there are pops and clicks in the audio continually. They don't start after any amount of time and as far as I can tell they are random.
A very interesting thing to note however is that when I switch the wireless card off using the external switch built into the laptop and I'm disconnected from the internet there are no more popping or clicking noises in any audio at all. It's crystal clear. The same happens when I disable the Broadcom Network Adapter (4321AG 802.11 a/b/g/draft-n Wi-Fi Adapter) in device manager.
As far as I can tell I've installed all the latest drivers (but I'm willing to try the process again) I've updated the BIOS. I've also run a virus scan and my system is clean (and has always been clean) and then what I noted above about the wireless card and turning it off has been what I've done so far.
I've tried solving this problem on my own using online forums,my own knowledge, troubleshooting and HP Support but I've hit a dead end and I don't really know where to go except to you guys. HP is saying the problem is hardware based but I just can't believe that because disabling the wireless card and makes the laptop work fine. I know you get a ton of requests everyday so I try to avoid being a burden but I really need your help now.
I know problems like these don't come from no where but it seems to me that no changes were made when this started happening.
If any more information is needed I will gladly provide it and I'll check back at this thread constantly.
Thanks so much for your help.
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