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The first thing you need to check to see if the problem is with the speakers or the computer. Try connect a pair of head phones to the speaker out put on the computer to see if you get sound. If no the next thing I would do is reinstall the audio drivers to see if this resets all the audio settings.

If you have trouble with doing this let me know the version of Windows you have and the model of HP you have.

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