Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
I use windows xp for my hp pavilion notebook. I had formatted the drive and installed xp again. now Volume is high. It got stuck with full volume. Even if I reduce volume from the tray icons sound option, yet volume doesn't decrease. Even if I click Mute, yet sound comes and that too with full volume. Please help me out, I think may be sound drivers problem. Please give me a solution.
You need to first find out what chipset your on-board card uses my friend. Check all the documentation to find out. You will need the exact set. Now search the net for an updated set of drivers that matches your operating system (XP SP1/2 etc). Now go to device manager and delete anything which has sound connections (MIDI Interfaces, MICs etc..). Now click the 'scan for changes' icon in device manager. Use the new drivers you downloaded.
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