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May computer is about two months old. Everything works fine except the sound. When you listen to something music or talking it makes a buzzing noise then continues on for a bit longer sounding good , then makes another buzzing noise.

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Your computer with your speaker is under warranty. Have your pc and your speaker check and replace by your reseller. Doing anything with your pc right now will make your warranty VOID.

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