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Keyboard and sound still not responding

I downloaded the drivers for the keyboard and the sound but still does not get any positive result. The master volume for the sound does not take any effect on the sound when i mute it or increase or decrease the volume. Moreover, after reinstallation of the drivers downloaded from the internet, i still dont get any result either. Please help me out. Thanks and hoping to hear from you soonest.

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Re: Keyboard and sound still not responding

Click Start>Run, then type 'dxdiag' and hit Enter, see if windows can find a driver fault on diagnostics.

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Dec 11, 2006 | HP Business Notebook NX9110 Notebook

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