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If the operating system is Windows Vista, then it is not fixable. If the operating system is Windows 7 and it is still have a problem, then use an external sound card (USB sound "card"). It cost around $10.
According to your problem first check the Audio
configuration from control panel if the configuration become mute and reset it.
If it doesn't help you then uninstall the audio driver and reinstall. You may
have to repair or reinstall the OS, because it may be crashed. You can try to recover
your problem by restore your system through system restore application. If it
can't solve your problem then you have to replace the speaker of your laptop.
Your computer is drunk and can't speak properly. The sound will work fine once it is sober. It's a small device so half a can is like a keg to you or me.
Ok, now that that is out of my system, chances are that you damaged your board. It may be possible that you can pull the board out, clean it with isopropyl alcohol and it may start working. Beer leaves kind of a semiconductive residue in its wake. Or, more simply you can plug in a usb sound card, which you can get from anywhere from $5-$500, depending on how fancy you need it. The other option is of course to replace the motherboard, which is my least favorite thing to do with a laptop. :D
Normal POST - system is ok
POST Error - error code shown on screen
Power supply or system board problem
Power supply, system board, or keyboard problem
Power supply or system board problem
long, 1 short beep
System board problem
long, 2 short beeps
Display adapter problem (MDA, CGA)
long, 3 short beeps
Enhanced Graphics Adapter (EGA)
3270 keyboard card
See if there is a D: partition on the laptop. If there is, you can find everything there. A service partition has been included with newer systems. You can access your service partition during the startup process
A set of recovery CDs or DVDs can be created in the Rescue and Recovery predesktop area. A CDRW drive or CDRW/DVDRW drive and writable media are required.
When the system first starts, the following message will be displayed on a blank screen:
To Start the Product Recovery program, press F11
This message will stay on the screen for approximately 2 seconds, and it will be there every time the machine is started from a powered off state. If the F11 key is pressed while the message is displayed, then the system will enter the Service partition.
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Check when you plug in the headphone the laptop speakers get off or not also see the audio configuration under control panel sound that you choose digital sound or its having channels system like 5.1 or 7.1 channels you have to configure it to headphone
I have a dsp-400 and have had the same issue intermittently on a laptop. Recently on an HP desktop computer I found setting the device in the Sounds and Audio Device Control panel Voice Tab (and possibly Audio Tab) to reduce the issues with the device ceasing to work. Setting the device from the Sound Icon in the System tray recently only a very temporary fix where the settings reverted to the Sounds and Audio Device Control panel settings in minutes. This is at best an I hope it helps solution as I do not know your specific hardware and software configuration we cannot test a solution.
from what you say, it sounds as if you have your wired and wireless card connected at the same time.
This will confuse the router as it is trying to give two different ip addresses to the one pc, which it cannot do.
If you are using the wireless adapter, make sure you dissable the wired adapter as the router will continually look for the wired ip address while allocating your wireless adapter causing instability.
Next ensure you have a good clear signal from router to notebook as this can obviously cause problems.
Lastly ensure that the wireless cards TCP/IP properties are set to obtain ip address automatically, especially if your router is DHCP enabled to allocate ip addresses automatically.
Recently on an HP desktop computer I found setting the device
in the Sounds and Audio Device Control panel Voice Tab (and possibly
Audio Tab) to reduce the issues with the device ceasing to work.
Setting the device from the Sound Icon in the System tray recently only
a very temporary fix where the settings reverted to the Sounds and
Audio Device Control panel settings in at most minutes. This is at best an I
hope it helps solution as I do not know your specific hardware and
software configuration we cannot test a solution.