M00GLEYS
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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You can fix the audio popping issue by opening the Dell audio suite from the task bar and clicking advanced and then power management and making sure the slider for the power management auto shutting down audio is set to off.

This worked for me. 

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Jim Coates
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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i know that there is a risk to update bios. is it ok?

As long as your battery is fully charged (in case of power failure) and don't disconnect your laptop from power during the upgrade then you should be okay. In the rare case where the upgrade fails and bricks the motherboard, Dell will replace the motherboard as long as the laptop is still under warranty. Even if the laptop is no longer under warranty, Dell will fix it if the upgrade is done on the advice of a Dell employee (but that I don't speak for Dell so what I'm saying is just what I know to have been true in the past in regards to failed BIOS upgrade).

Jim Coates -- 15 years on the Dell Laptop Audio boards -- since 2/6/04 

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MsGems
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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You can fix the audio popping issue by opening the Dell audio suite from the task bar and clicking advanced and then power management and making sure the slider for the power management auto shutting down audio is set to off.

This worked for me. 

This is what you are looking for....

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I just got a 7559 earlier this month from the outlet and my Dell Audio Software doesn't have that Power Manager option in the advanced settings.

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M00GLEYS
1 Copper

RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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If you update the audio driver to the latest from the realtek site it adds this feature for Dell notebooks. Link below.. 

http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsCheck.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&Down...

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nirt
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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Dont have this optione in Dell audio

About the realtek the link you add here is development partners only and i dont have user password to log in.

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M00GLEYS
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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If you do a Google search for "Realtek HD audio driver" and download the latest version for Win 10 64bit. For some reason when I link it dies not allow you to view...

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MsGems
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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If you do a Google search for "Realtek HD audio driver" and download the latest version for Win 10 64bit. For some reason when I link it dies not allow you to view...

That worked to get it downloaded. 

Thanks to everyone who's added potential solutions to this thread.

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guillermoares
1 Copper

RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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Try the BIOS update, that's the only thing that worked for me. See my previous posts for more info.

Good luck!

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jmferngui
1 Copper

RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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Today I received my i7559 and I have this "issue" too. I think is a great power saver but I don't like that noise.

I have the latest realtek drivers from Dell support site but I don't have the power management tab on dell audio window.

Do I have to download the latest driver from Realtek site? but the driver from realtek site was released on July 2015, and the Dell audio which is a custom version of realtek one is of November 2015 (a newer one).

Are you sure that installing the one from realtek site don't make you lose the dell audio panel, and is replaced with realtek one?

And the final problem is that I heard that using audio drivers not provided by Dell on a i7559 may cause audio problems...

I'm very confused 😄

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nirt
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RE: Speakers popping on Inspiron i7559

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Thanks, i think it's solved the problem.

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