First, I extend my love to you, sevenforum!
My laptop specs:
HP Pavilion dv6t-7000 Entertainment Notebook
i5-3210M processor CPU @ 2.5Ghz
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Intel SCSI disk
system memory 8GB
NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M graphics
I purchased this laptop about two months ago and I am shocked to discover that there is already a problem with the sound.
Whenever I am watching or listening to anything with audio -- iTunes, Youtube, Windows Media Player, DVDs, etc. I have noticed that the sound coming from the computer (whether built-in speakers, external speakers or headphones) will experience occasional "glitching". It sounds like a brief buzzy stutter "Brrrrr" that lasts half a second and happens about every minute or more.
I've conducted all the usual system scans and troubleshooting, double-checked that my drivers
are up to date and all Windows updates installed, defragmented the disk and prayed to the computer gods for mercy.
Upon reading other posts about audio buzzes, namely this one
, I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the audio drivers. On my laptop those drivers are listed as:
- IDT High Definition Audio CODEC
- Intel Display Audio
This has not solved the problem.
I'm not a very experienced computer tinkerer but I'm not a novice user either. I would be grateful for any suggestions you guys might offer for potential steps I can take to either resolve or better understand this audio problem.
I just wanna jam to my tunes and watch my movies without my brain being jarred, ya know???