Question about HP Pavilion dv1000 Notebook
No, the audio is part of the motherboard on most every laptop I've ever seen. There are many different ways that audio can be muted or lost, and I would suggest that first you try removing your speakers' drver. On your desktop, if you right-click on My Computer, select Properties, then the Hardware tab, you'll see a Device Manager button (on Windows XP, I assume). Select that, and look for any exclamation points (highlighted in yellow). If there are any, right click on the device that is highlighted, and select Uninstall. Re-boot the computer, and it should re-install the device with the problem solved. If it has the same highlight, you may need to update the driver.
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