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u should have a resource disk that come with your system when u first time purchase it.If it is not there u can download it form hp website or there are many websites on internet from u can download drivers free of cost
Hi, you can try to download the audio drivers here but be aware there are many 530 models, get the exact model# from the laptop bottom, also if no audio driver is listed on HPs website its because windows is suppossed to have it already or that Some audio chipsets have a an HD driver that you have to download elsewhere,because HPs driver support is lacking the complete info. tricky but fixable . If this is the case googling with the model# and word "audio" you may find the driver file in a forum somewhere.
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You need to reset the BIOS, which is sorta like a manager for the computer. Some pretty basic settings may get trashed -- like whether it automatically comes back on after a power failure, hard-coded power management things, that sort of stuff -- but it should be fine.
Directions are available on Page 30 of this document: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01039180/c01039180.pdf?jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN
See that part where it tells you to look on Page 54 for removing a Real Time Clock battery? There is a -lot- of disassembly involved in this. Read through all the relevant instructions. You'll probably want to print pages 30 to 55 of the PDF for everything you need to take apart ... which is just about everything between pages 30 and 55. If you're not comfortable doing that, you may wish to hire someone -- it may be cheaper to find a local guy than a mail order company, which seem to prey on panicky business people and charge exorbitant rates. Shop around and get quotes.