Question about HP Pavilion dv2000t Notebook
You can try bringing the computer to an earlier point by using a restore point. Make sure that you dont have your audio muted. Go into your device manager and go to sounds and audio devices (xp; its different for vista). If everything is 'drayed out'... go into start/run/ [then type] msconfig Under the tab 'services' look for something that says sound or audio on the far left column. On the far right column make sure it says 'running' if it says 'stoped' thats your problem. If you cant find anything, go to hp.com and download updated drivers.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
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