I was using my laptop. I switched it off, and went to my friend's home. When I switched on again, from that moment on, there was no more sound or audio. Not even from the external speakers I can hear any audio.
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Re: no more audio & sound
Make sure you have the volume turned up and not muted. If that fails then go into the device manager and see if it still recognizes your sound card because if the drivers are missing then you'll see yellow question marks or even exclamations points where the sound is.
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Check the Sound Drivers in device manager if the device is not installed you need to download the drivers from HP Web site by using the Product Number If you can please specify the Product Number and Serial Number of the Laptop
Beg M-Audio to get their drivers properly updated!
They have some for download on their site at www.m-audio.com -- but they don't appear to work on my Windows Vista Home Premium laptop Service Pack1 though I have been trying them and others all day to get Reason to recognise the keyboards existence.
My friend had a similar problem with them over a USB mixer when he went to Windows 7 - they just wouldn't update the drivers for a relatively recent USB mixer... He ended up getting rid of it. I won't be using any more M-Audio gear - not because of operational problems --but because their solutions seem to take forever and they dont usually work.
I bought a brand new Fast Track Ultra Audio card from them (my last purchase) and it was so un stable with my Mac that I sent it back. The suppliers were not surprised - It was a hardware fault but M-Audio wouldn't admit it.
Eventually they offered to REPAIR a brand new unit!!!
It has cost them dearly though, I am fairly loyal as a customer and I will not be returning to them unless they drastically sort the support side of their business out.
At the moment, they are sending a clear message to customers - DONT EXPECT PROPER SUPPORT FROM US WE ONLY WANT YOUR MONEY.
Anyhow, here endeth the rant. I am 99 percent certain that mine will end up in the bin now.