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Uninstall and reinstall the sound or audio driver.
1. Open device manager and expand the sound, video and game controller 1. For XP: Control panel (classic view)/Systems/Hardware/Device Manager/sound, video and game controller. 2. For Vista:Control panel (classic view)/Device Manager/sound, video and game controller.
2. For Win 7:Control panel (small icons)/Device Manage/sound, video and game controller.
2. Right click on the sound and game controller and uninstall the driver (usually the name of the driver is realtek high definition audio driver). 3. Restart the NB. The driver will automatically be reinstalled. 4. Test the sound.
because the audio driver is not installed so it is looking for multimedia audio controller...
while the purchase of the laptop they will provide a manufacture cd which contains the drivers you must install from that ..
if you dont have the cd then you can download the audio driver from the below given site: http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=500746&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=432985&swLang=8&taskId=135&swEnvOID=1098
If you plug it in to your computer, a freeware program may still be able to recognize it and give you exact model numbers and IDs--worth a shot, and you'll love the program anyway--Belarc Advisor. It lists all hardware and software, model numbers, keys, etc. Hope it helps.
First things first!
1) Connect the speakers to out on PC, press carefully .
2) Go to control panel and see on multimedia , that sound is enable, and not in mute. pop up volume.
3) may be is defective speakers? go and RMS the Speakers, if got warranty or change for another.
4) Good Luck!
First things First:
1) check your connectors back on the PC, I presume you use windows XP and sound drivers installed **
2) plug the speakers cable on back or front of your PC in the green (usually) connector.
3) see if sound is NOT mute on mixer , multimedia in control panel.**
4) If you can Enter your BIOS, try to enable sound, for onboard sound, if apply**
First thing first:
1) check your sound card drivers, in control panel, and device manager that all is ok and no ( ? ) yellow mark is there.
2) Go to multimedia on control panel and check for your sound that is NOT in mute. pop up all the volumes.
check speakers for connections in the right green /black connector