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Go to the HP website, click on the support and drivers download. find your EXACT brand computer and finder the driver for the audio, download and install it, and Viola! You should be all set.

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Try hitting any of this :
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2) Home + Power
3) Volume Up + Volume Down + Power
4) Volume Up + Camera
5) Volume Up + Volume Down + Power.

Be careful though, this might erase all the data.

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You can hide the drive icon by following some simple steps. Go to run type cmd you will get command propt. In this type "diskpart" and enter After this type "list volume" and enter. This will list the volumes that you are having in your hard disk.Drives will be displayed as volumes . Suppose you want to hide D drive, See which volume is there corresponding to D drive . If volume 2 is there for d drive type "select volume 2" and enter.It will select the particular volume After that type "remove letter D" and enter. to hide d drive. . then see in your my computer that drive will be hidden. if you want to assign it back type "assign letter D". and see the changes....Like this you can hide any drives in your computer by selecting corresponding volume for that drive .. You can check out by doing this to all drives...

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On screen volume indicator missing


Which operating system ?
Click start control panel sounds and audio devices you can adjust the volume there also select speaker volume you can change your settings there you can also tick in the box place icon in taskbar for any further volume control settings you will need to right click on the speaker volume icon system select adjust volume in XP

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Yes sound problem pls helo me now


1
From the Taskbar located at the bottom of your computer click once on the "Volume" icon.
Uncheck the "Mute" box. If this does not resolve the issue, proceed to step 3.

2
Right click on the "Volume" icon.

3
Select "Open Volume Control."
Uncheck all of the boxes next to "Mute" in the Master Volume, Wave, SW Synth (short for synthesizer), CD Volume, Mic Volume, Line Volume and PC Beep selections. If this does not resolve your sound issue, proceed to step 6.

4
Right click on the "Volume Control" icon.

5
Select "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties."
Under the "Volume" tab, slide the "Device Volume" indicator to High.

6
Under the "Speaker Settings," click on "Speaker Volume."
Slide the "Left" and "Right" volume indicators to "High."

7
Click "OK." If this does not fix your sound issue, proceed to step 8.

8
Right click on the "Volume Control" icon.
Select "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties."
Go to the "Hardware" tab and select the "Driver" tab.

9
Make sure you are connected to the Internet and then, Click on "Update Driver."

10
After the driver has been updated, Click "OK."

11
Exit.

Thanks.

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I cant get any sound on my computer. it is telling meno audio output device installed. and is pluged in


Please just follow the steps to fix the problem
  1. Step 1 From the Task bar located at the bottom of your computer click once on the "Volume" icon.
  2. Step 2 Uncheck the "Mute" box. If this does not resolve the issue, proceed to step 3.
  3. Step 3 Right click on the "Volume" icon.
  4. Step 4 Select "Open Volume Control."
  5. Step 5 Uncheck all of the boxes next to "Mute" in the Master Volume, Wave, SW synthesizer, CD Volume, Mic Volume, Line Volume and PC Beep selections. If this does not resolve your sound issue, proceed to step 6.
  6. Step 6 Right click on the "Volume Control" icon.
  7. Step 7 Select "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties."
  8. Step 8 Under the "Volume" tab, slide the "Device Volume" indicator to High.
  9. Step 9 Under the "Speaker Settings," click on "Speaker Volume."
  10. Step 10 Slide the "Left" and "Right" volume indicators to "High."
  11. Step 11 Click "OK." If this does not fix your sound issue, proceed to step 12.
  12. Step 12 Right click on the "Volume Control" icon.
  13. Step 13 Select "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties."
  14. Step 14 Go to the "Hardware" tab and select the "Driver" tab.
  15. Step 15 Make sure you are connected to the Internet and then, Click on "Update Driver."
  16. Step 16 After the driver has been updated, Click "OK."
  17. Step 17 Exit.
Please rate me if this solution works for you

Thanks......Have a great time.

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Control Panel / Sound / Playback -  Adjust System Volume. 
If you want the icon:  right click on the Taskbar /  Properties / Notification Area /  System Icons list  tick Volume.

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If you had volume before you can check the volume controls by double clicking the volume icon when the window opens make sure the volume control is turned up and the wave volume is turned up and that neither is muted.

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Having trouble adjusting the volume


  • 2 ways to adjust the volume:
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      • 1. click the volume icon on the system tray and a window will pull up, adjust accordingly
      • 2. click the sound card icon on the system tray and adjust it according as windows pulls up.

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click 'control panel'
click 'Sounds and Audio Devices'
Check the box that says 'Place volume icon in the task bar'

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I'm assuming your speakers work and you're running Windows XP. Please correct me if otherwise.

There are two settings for the microphone in Windows XP. One is for the volume of the mic you hear through the speakers. The other is for the recording volume of the microphone (and the volume others here when you speak to them through Skype or another program).

First check the recording volume:
Volume Manager (double click on speaker icon on your taskbar) -> Options -> Properties -> Recording -> OK -> Make sure the Microphone slider is at least halfway turned up and make sure the Microphone is selected

Next check the playback volume:
Volume Manager -> Options -> Properties -> Playback -> OK -> Make sure the Microphone isn't muted and adjust the volume according to your preferences

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