Question about Gateway NE56R12u 15.6" Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit Notebook
Sound level on this brand new computer is so low I can hardly hear the system sounds. System Volume has been maximized is control panel to no avail.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 01, 2008
I have the same problem with my Gateway 7330gz. My laptop got infected with spywares and it was so annoyed that I have to think about recover the system. So I did it with Gateway Recovery software. I chose the recovery option (press F11 when boot up)from hard drive since my dvd drive was broken. It went well but when it boots up again and Windows XP says detecting and installing the drivers and such, it was frozen haft way through. I turned off power many times to reboot but it kept freezing at that point. I search Internet for help and seen this post. Wonderful! I press F2 to go to BIOS setup screen, use right arrow key to move to Advance menu option. There I use down arrow key to select SpeedStep, hit (-) key to disable it. Then F10 to save and exit, hit enter for OK button. The system boots again but this time it was no longer freezing, the setup process went through ok and continues...I am so happy and type this message so it might help others with the same issue. Thanks
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
SOURCE: MX6442 no sound
download divermax (www.drivermax.com) it will find all your drivers and update them for free.
before that, go int system tools, device manager and right click on your audio device, click on properties,open the driver tab and click on update, if that don't work, click on roll back driver to goto an earlier driver.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
The ticking sound is known as the "click of death". After a while the bearings in the hard drive get worn down, and the read head has trouble finding the data you want. In this case the drive puts the read head back to "square one" so it can try to trace its steps back to the wanted data. this makes a click noise. Thus the "click of death". Im sorry to say you need a new hard drive, and that your data is likely inaccessible without drastic measures. One method you can try is putting the hard drive in the freezer for 10 minutes. This will stiffen the bearings and may give you a couple of minutes to grab some data. You will want to have your new drive installed and windows loaded on it so you can readily access the data through a usb to sata/ide cable, which you can get on line fairly cheap. Other options are services like OnTrack, who have a team of engineers who open drives and pull the platters and try to get your data, but you are looking at thousands of dollars just for them to try.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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