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Windows 7: Static in Speaker

10 Feb 2014   #1
BananaMann

Windows 7
 
 
Static in Speaker

Hi,
I'm having an issue with right speaker on Lenovo Y580. It's making static noise permanently. I've found out that speaker is not making static noise, while the driver is uninstalled (simply forbiding it is not enough) or I'm running Windows in Safe mode.I was looking for solution and most suggestions were that it's driver problem. I tryed to solve problem with reinstalling Realtek High Definition Audio Codec, but with no success. Then there is a small break in noise, while windows is booting. Any suggestions?
Thanks for help

They are inbuilt speakers
I tried normal headphones and the sound is good and clear.


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10 Feb 2014   #2
fireberd

Windows 7/10 64 bit
 
 

Since the headphone sound is OK, it would appear to be a problem with that speaker or the speaker connections to the motherboard. Most have some type of plug in connector that connects the speakers to the motherboard (or in some a separate board for I/O or audio).

If you can find a service manual or at least some type of documentation that details how the internal components are connected it may help in trying to fix it.
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