Question about Compaq Presario R3000 Notebook
I have the same problem and i have come to know that the problem is with the sound card it pops out of the slot inside the casing of from the motherboard. i have tried several things but, it works for few days and then it poups out again. its only bad design the card is attached to the casing and not to the motherboard. Instead of using a ribbon cable for flexibility the sound card is clipped on the motherbord on one side and the casing on the other. So open it up and try you maybe more succesful then me, but probabpy its this same problem and not the dound driver
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
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I am Vikram Kumar Thumu, I have seen your message on the issue related to the Laptop Audio issue that seems to not working properly. I would like to suggest you few solutions this issue.
Well, this issue could happen due to below reasons:
1. Due to corrupted Drives of Audio
2. If the firmware of notebook is old and might needs an update( BIOS UPDATE).
To resolve the issue, I recommend you to follow below solutions:
Please open the below link and go through the steps that are mentioned in the web page. I hope that this will help to resolve issue.
if the issue still persists below perform next solution... that is download and update the audio driver from HP web site.
Below is the link to download latest audio driver from HP-
I am sure that this download should fix the issue.
If you need any further assistance please do email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'll be glad to help you.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
You need to update the drivers. Identify the device from the device mananger. THen google it. I am not sure you will find it unless vendor has it on its website.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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