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Re: sound device problem
Go to hp site, the bottom of the web page where you have been lookking for the driver, there is a option ,contact hp then chat with the technician , there they will give you the link for the driver
by the way you have high definition conexant drivers
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It is possible that your computer doesn't have the audio driver for your device. For you to verify that you need to check it in the device manager.
If you are using windows xp - click start - click run - type devmgmt.msc then press enter - the device manager window will pop-up - If you see any yellow question mark it means that there is no driver installed for that device, it's also possible that the audio driver is included there. (if that's the case then you can just install the audio driver for your computer using the CD that you have with the package) - if you see a red x mark for the audio controller, that means that the audio device is disabled, to enable it, right click the disabled device and click on enable.
- Check the volume control of the computer if it's on mute or not
- Check your speakers if they are working or not, to prove it's working properly try to test it using your mp3 player. Check the audio cable if it's properly plugged in to your computer. Check the cable if the wiring is not broken. Or if you're only using the internal speaker, you can skip this step.
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Usually you download drivers from HP website. But, as you can see in the link provided, they don't have them for the devices devices you need them most. You have to look for them elsewhere over the internet which is a big task. Try using this FREE utility from this site. This utility only gives you the make and model for your devices, after what you can search for the drivers in the manufacturer websites.