Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
I have tried all the usual things but no sound. it just suddenly stopped. any ideas?
I had the same problem, but now its solved!
Brieftly speaking, my internal speaker stopped producing sound, but when I plug earphones in, there is sound in the earphones.
Just plug in-and-out ur earphones several times (it took me 5 tries) and voila internal speakers work again!
I think there is a mechanical sensor inside the sound output (plug for the earphone) so that once it senses a plug getting in, it shuts internal speaker.
Maybe the mechanical sensor was jammed (spring problem i guess) and it still believe that u have ur earphones plugged-in. "Clogging" the hole for the earphones would allow the spring to spring back to initial position...
Hope it helps
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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