Question about HP Compaq nc4400 1.83GHz Core 2 DUO T5600 1GB 60GB 56K 10100/WIRELESS 12.1" XGA LCD Windows Xp Pro PC Notebook
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is Vikram Kumar Thumu, from India-Hyderabad. I have seen your message on the issue. I would like to provide my solution on the issue.
Well, this is issue not a hardware issue since you are able to hear sound by Ear Phone. This is an issue with either Conflict of IRQ or could also happen with driver of Audio is not working fine.
Please open the below link:
it is an HP article that is applicable for Notebooks with Windows Vista... this article helps to resolve the issue related to Sound...
In Most cases the issue will resolved once if DRIVER of SOUND is uninstalled from Device manager and then by reinstallation...
I am sure that this will resolve the issue.
If you are using Windows XP, please let me know so that I can search for article for Windows XP and provide you solution...
if you have any queries on the issue, you can mail me at email@example.com. I'll be glad to help you!!!
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
it is the ribbon cable for the daughter board on the top panel. This controls the power button and the top speakers. The place it is located in is subjected to extreme heat and bending from pressing the power button too hard (engineered obsolesce just bad engineering take your pick) anyway the fix is as easy as removing the 5 screws under the battery and the one screw under the memory cover with the keyboard symbol on it. I will find a replacement on line or in my closet full of junk seems pretty standard flat ribbon cable. This problem could be covered under warranty with HP if your laptop is within the guidelines on their website for the recall. the recall is for power button issues and this is the next problem your going to have making your laptop useless. All you have to tell them is the power button works intermittently (now that i think about it mine did have a problem turning on sometimes) not any more. I just borrowed the cable that went to the crappy quick launch mute and volume controls untill i can find a replacement
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
Try booting into safe mode and then uninstall it and reinstall it from there. Safe mode runs only certain processes, in which case if there is any interference coming from your card in normal mode, it won't have that in safe mode. If the problem persists - and the machine does not have any malware infections that may cause this problem, contact the supplier of the card to see if there is a bypass around this supposed incompatibility issue. If my ideas work, please do rate me. Thanks.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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