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Speaker sound never make low

My HP laptop,when ever i open its automatically you hear sound even the volume will mute and when ever i put the headpon you will hear also in the speaker so when i used headpon its useless because you can hear in the speaker, so can you helf me to solve this problem.

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Maybe you install the wrong driver for your sound card. try to get support at hp for the right driver. here is the link on hp support http://www.hp.com/#Support

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Check if volume is muted in Windows. Check the bottom right hand corner and double-click on the speaker symbol. If not muted, turn the volume up from there.

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Formatting your hard disk erases everything on the disk. Including drivers for hardware.

1. find out the make and model of your laptop.
2. Go to the manufacturer's website and look for "Technical support" or a similar section.
3. Generally within most "technical support" sections is an area for "Driver downloads." You will want to look for sound card drivers for your model of laptop.
4. Look for your model of laptop within the driver downloads section.
5. Download the package and run it's install program.

Alternatively, you may Google "Sound card drivers for [insert brand and model of laptop here]."

It will take a bit of effort using this the google method. The laptop manufacturer's website is usually the best place to look. (Note that in some cases, the manufacturer's website can identify the sound card in particular for your laptop model. You can then google the "driver for [insert soundcard brand and model number]". Or go to the soundcard manufacturer's website and download the driver for your brand and model of laptop from there.).

Alternative to the two above options (Assuming you have windows, and it is functioning after a reinstall), try the basics:
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-If you have Windows, turn up the volume by right clicking the little speaker in the lower right corner of your screen. Be sure that there are NO mute options checked. Muting All turns off the volume for everything. Muting just the speaker, mutes the sound volume, but not everything else.

Most likely you need to replace your soundcard drivers, though. The process isn't difficult, but locating the right driver can have you pulling your hair out sometimes.

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If you have left the earphone plugged in to the laptop for a long time, this may have bent the contacts in the socket, and stopped the speakers from working.

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My speakers r totally fine bt still cann't hear any voice.must b driver problem.what shuld i do????


There are some basic thisngs you can do:
Go to Control panel
Double Click on Sounds and Audio Devices
Make sure there is no check mark in the mute section where there is a volume adjustment for your speakers.

Also ensure that your speaker volume is up to an appropriate level.

If you look for the speaker icon beside the clock and double click on the icon it should bring up a sound tool bar with many sliders. Maker sure they are all at a volume that you would be able to hear audio. Also check to ensure that there are no check marks in the mute section of each catagorie.

Having done these steps if the issue is not resolved it could be a driver or the hardware.

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Check the speaker icon in the taskbar at the bottom, if there is an X then it is muted. Right click to unmute.

Also as it is a laptop there may be a mute button on the keys using the function button and a typical mute icon on a key or even a seperate button altogether.


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Have you checked to see if sound is muted or if the volume is set too low?

The quickest way to find out is to click on the speaker icon in the lower right corner of your task bar.

If the Mute checkbox is checked, un-check it. If the volume slider is set low, move it higher--perhaps all the way to the top.

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  • Select the "levels" tab, and look for "Mic In Volume".
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Go to control panel --> system --> hardware >> device manager.
If you have problem with driver, there will be a big yellow question mark in your "audio controller". If there is problem, you have to reinstall your audio-driver.
If it is ok, then back to control panel -->sounds and audio devices. In tab "volume", you can see if your system might be "mute" (do uncheck box of mute). And if your volume icon is not in the taskbar, do check the checkbox of "place volume icon in the taskbar".
You can also modify the speaker performance here.

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