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My laptop can not speak out

If am turning the volume, it is not responding. when am try to adjust from set up it does not respond

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  • Versi19 May 11, 2010

    just one question: Did you unclick the (Mute All) on your volume control?


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Is the sound working at all? Or is it just the volume control which is not responding?

If the sound is not working at all, and you have already checked all of your sound settings to make sure everything is normal (example: "mute all" is unchecked), then you may want to try reinstalling your audio driver.

Good luck

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I have problems with my quick touch buttons. The volume will adjust itself randomly, locking the mouse etc.. Also the wifi button will stop responding sometimes and randomly start working again.


Hi,


Try this,


1. Click combination of buttons on your keyboard Windows+R -> Type MSCONFIG -> OK -> Continue -> Go to Startup Tab in the System Configuration -> Uncheck "HP Quicktouch On Screen Display Item" -> Restart Your computer.

It disables the on screen display of the volume control.


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Is there a button or switch on the computer, so that you can physically adjust the volume with out having to use the mouse?


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