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Speakers do not usually go bad. Using device manager attempt to re install the audio driver in laptop. If that does not do the trick then your audio circuitry is fubar. Since you cannot pop in an audio card as in a desk top only remedy is mo bo replacement - not recommended due to high high mo bo cost and labor intensive. For what it would cost to fix, cheaper and better to replace unit.
Well it is possible that the audio driver installed is not the one compatible with you computer board. Try downloading the specific driver needed for your computer's official website. This should solve your problem.
The audio output device in your computer is the audio adapter board (or circuit). This is the device that produces sounds and send them to the speakers.
If you get a message telling you that there is no Audio Output Device detected, or that the Audio Device is not working, that usually means that there is a problem with the audio driver.
In that case the problem is often fixed downloading and reinstalling the drivers for your audio device. If there is a problem with the audio output device, go to the computer manufacturer website (e.g. Dell, HP, Sony etc.) and download the audio drivers for your specific model. When download is complete install the drivers and restart the computer.
1. Go start menu
2. Click programs
3. Click accessories, then click system tools and the to system restore.
It only takes a few minutes and the computer will automatically reboot.
4. Go to control panel and find add/remove programs. Uninstall the software that runs your sound device.
5. Re install your Audio driver.
This happens because the video card has hdmi output. Since hdmi output can carry audio signals also, the audio driver gets disabled. Uninstall audio driver and video driver both, install the video driver, and then install audio driver. after installing the audio driver, in playback and recording devices choose choose the audio output device you purchased along with the computer. This should fix the issue.
tol tingnan mo sa control panel ung sound and audio devices. makikita mo dun ung volume tapos pag di mo magalaw ung volume bar. it means that your audio device was disable.tingnan mo rin sa taskbar sa right katabi ng oras ung icon ng audio. kung wala un ibig sabihin wala kang audio. tingnan mo rin kung meron kang sound effect manager or other because that is the software of the audio or kung anong meron ka. kung wala kang ganun it means that you dont have any audio driver installed.
kapag wala pa rin try to reinstall again the audio driver camed with your motherboard's cd. i hope na maging ok na yan tol. ask ka ulit kung meron pang problema.
I am having HP pavilion dv6915ee laptop. I have installed windows Xp and installed all device driver except sound driver. When I try to install it It is asking to install the microsoft bus driver before installing audio device. Please anybody help me to fix it.
windows key + R = open : devmgmt.msc Sounds, video and game controlers > (right click) Realtek high definition audio > update driver sofware > browse my computer for driver software > let me pick from a list...> double click on Realtek high definition audio > YES to update driver warning > AND SWEET SOUND IS AUDIBLE :D