I have no sound on my hp pavilion 503n desktop so i did a driver scan and it showed no multimedia audio controller driver found for this device.how can i download this driver for free from the internet?
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1st you check is your sound card driver install properly. OR Check your is your sound mute from sound card driver.Go to the control panelClick on the System IconClick on the Hardware TabClick on the Device Manager thenDouble Click on Sound, video and game controller.There are list where you check is the sound card driver is available.If it is not available then Install the driver.Installation of Sound Card. Go to the control panelClick on the System IconClick on the Hardware TabClick on the Device Manager thenSelect the Multimedia Controller or Audio Control the yellow Question Marks sign on it.Right click on Multimedia Controller and uninstall it.After this go to the top of the device manager and click on scan for hardware changes.Driver installation Wizard start.Brows Your Driver from the Hard Disk and click on next.Driver will be installif the problem is still exist.Replace the sound card or have a local tech take a look at the sound card.