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I would have suggested it could have been to much bass as that can make some laptop speakers buzz sometimes but if the buzz is changeing place in random songs....,
The best way to test it is to use some headphones or external speakers through the headphone port if the buzz has gone it is an issue with the speakers themselves and could be dust or dirt on them or could be damage that needs them to be replaced.
Posted on Oct 20, 2013
Testimonial: "Thanks, no it's not too much bass, it's a 50hz type random buzz through the internal speakers and headphones. There's also random drop out on tracks which never reappears in the same place if the same song is played again."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
get yourself a 2.5 hard drive box (no hard drive in it) costs less than a tenner on ebay. Remove hard drive from current laptop, put it in box, connect to another laptop via usb provided and you will be able to read from it like it's a flash drive or cd. Then just copy files you need to other laptop or CD. No damage done to original hard drive. Put your hard drive back into laptop.
This part, am just taking a guess at but then see if you can do a system restore to a date previous to problems ie when you updated in case it was the update that caused the problem. If you had XP disk and ID number you could try a repair or a reinstall but that is pretty drastic. No way should you need a new computer
Let me know how you get on. IF you don't know what I mean by the HD box, just shout and I will be more specific
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
Remove your cpu/gpu heatsink, apply a ermal bonding, this will prevent shut off because of cpu/gpu overheating(chipset detects temperature faulty in the firsts seconds of operating your laptop), if this didnt resolve your problem, naybe and issue with your Mobo.
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Posted on Apr 27, 2009
it means that your dvd lens is already damage. change your dvd player.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Do the following without the battery inserted.
Let the computer sit with no battery for 24 hours. Do not put the battery in at all. Try using your original memory stick ONLY, with no hard drive and see if it will POST. If it does, insert the hard drive and try again. Could be the new memory...
Another thing you can try is reseating the processor. Turn the ZIF screw, take the processor out (WATCH THE PINS!!) and put back in GENTLY. Leave the memory in the computer, hard drive removed, try to power on.
These models have been known for bad motherboards. Contact HP and arrange to send it in. If you do enough digging on HPs website, you'll find the service advisory.
-Dell & HP Certified Technician
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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