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(Dv6000) Sorta frequent loud popping noise.

I tried everything, I even turned off the speakers and the soud driver thing in the Control Panel/Sound menu. It is really irritating when I am in school and it keeps making that noise. I have no idea what to do, but I need it fixed. Please help?

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This happened with a DV9000 recently and the speaker assembly had to be replaced. I found one on ebay for 5 bucks. Need to remove the power button plate and unscrew the speaker assemblies and replace.

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You should update your sound driver. Update of Sound Card Driver.
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Un-mute your sound

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Plug the speakers into your iPod. Any sound?
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Make sure that the speakers are plugged-in to the "green" socket on your computer.

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I get such a thing from time to time on different systems. What I do:

1. Open the Sound Control Panel (the one on this present PC is named: "SoundMax Control Panel").
2. Enable or Disable a certain feature (something like "Virtual Theater Surround" or "Virtual Ear" or "Acoustic Environments" or so on).
3. Click Apply and the sound is back in your speakers.
4. If you want, you can undo the enable / disable and the sound still works.

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i bet the wire is disconnected behind the speaker panel. take the screws out from under the battery and near your battery. pop the panel off and see if they are disconnected.

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Make sure your LINE IN is DISABLED. It may be causing this static feedback.

You may have blown your speakers by playing sound way too loud. You may need to buy new speakers.

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