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I have Windows XP OS on my HP Pavillion6101tu Notebook computer, I am having an issue wit my speakers/ audio in that there is no sound when playing audio files from WMP 11, no system sounds are heard either

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Plz reinstall the sound drivers

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No sound


Audio is intergrated in most of the programs on a Windows XP-based laptop computer, especially those that play video games and movies. If the audio is not functioning properly, you need to troubleshoot the issue. Typically, this is a quick process that requires only a few different system checks to correct the problem.

1. Double-click the speaker icon in the lower right corner of the desktop. A window appears with all of the audio features. Make sure none of these are muted (uncheck the "Mute" box if you find some are), then turn up the audio on the different features. This ensures the audio is not turned down so you are unable to hear it.

2. Look to see if you have any headsets connected to the laptop. If there is something connected to the "Line Out" port of the laptop, no audio is going to play through the systems speakers.

3. Check that you have the laptop speakers selected as the device creating the audio for the Windows XP laptop. Click "Start," "Control Panel," then "Sound." Make sure the laptop speakers are selected (if not, click the audio playback pull-down menu and choose the laptop speakers), then click "Apply."

4. Download the drivers for the Windows XP laptop. If the drivers have been removed from the system, the computer is unable to produce any audio. Navigate to the laptop's manufacturing site, then choose "Support," "Downloads and Drivers," then enter in the model number of your computer, select "Windows XP" as the operating system, then choose the "Audio Driver" download. Once the drivers have finished downloading, double-click the file, follow the installation prompts of the driver wizard and click "Install" to install the driver. Once complete the laptop computer is ready to begin playing audio again.

I hope you find it very helpful. Best regards.

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I have a set of Saitek A250 Wireless speakers and a set of Logitech speakers. I can't get iTunes to play on the Saitek speakers, but Windows Media Player and normal Windows sounds do without issue....


click start control panel sounds and audio then select audio make sure the default player is the media you want to use as your default sounds also
click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it
hope this helps

May 22, 2011 | Saitek A-250 Computer Speakers

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I cant hear any sound in my computer when i play songs


DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS 98 AND WINDOWS XP ARE DIFFERENT, YOU NEED TO INSTALL THE CORRECT ON EFOR THE OS YOU NEED

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HP PAVILION ze2000 speakers not working


First of all, make sure that the issue is with the Speakers or with the Audio Card of the notebook.

First, download and install the Audio Drivers of the Notebook from the link below :

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp30001-30500/sp30262.exe

Please save the file in the Notebook and double click it after the download completes to install the drivers.

Restart the computer once the installation is completed.

Now, try playing any audio file using Windows Media Player.

If you are not able to get any audio from the speakers, try pluging Headphones into the Headphone Jack of the Notebook.

If you are able to listen audio from the Headphones, the issue is with the Speakers where you need to replace them.

However, if you are not able to listen audio either from the Speakers or from the Headphones we need to suspect the Sound Card.

Contact HP Chat support and find the Part Number of the Speakers if there is audio from the Headphones.

Sep 01, 2008 | HP Pavilion ze2000 Notebook

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CDR/DVD R Drive Repair


First of all, I would recommend you to copy the movies or audio files to the Hard Drive and play from there as it is not totally recommended to play audio or video files from the DVD Drives directly which may reduce its life span.

For DVD Videos, you need to copy the Video_Ts folder which containt the video files.

Sort out the files according to file types and files with .Vob are the video files which can be played.

However, if you are not comfirtable with the above instructions, try the steps listed below which I use to resolve this kind of issues :

Step 1:

1. Click Start.
2. Right-click My Computer (My Computer is on the Desktop for versions of Windows prior to Windows XP).
3. Click Properties.
4. Click the Hardware tab.
5. Click the Device Manager button (Device Manager is a tab in versions of Windows prior to Windows XP).
6. Click the plus sign (+) to the left of IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers to expand this list.
7. Right-click Secondary IDE Channel.
8. Click Uninstall (Click Delete for versions of Windows prior to Windows XP).
9. Restart the computer.
10. Repeat steps 1-7.
11. Click Properties.
12. Click the Advanced Settings tab.

Verify that the transfer modes for both Device 0 and Device 1 are set to DMA if available.
13. Click OK and try playing a DVD.

i) The current transfer mode should read some thing like "Multi Word DMA Mode 2" or "Ultra DMA Mode 5" under Advanced Settings tab after this.
ii) The above procedure applies only to certain model notebooks. If the Secondary IDE is not listed, then this step will not help resolve the issue.

Step 2:

DMA setting will not stay enabled after rebooting (OR) switches back to PIO from DMA during startup:
IN this case, Please download/install of Notebooks Windows XP Registry Patch to Reset DVD Mode from PIO to DMA from:

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp20501-21000/SP20531.exe


Step 3:

You may experience stutter, echo, or distorted sound if the hardware acceleration is not set correctly. To experience good audio quality, adjust the hardware acceleration slider for speaker in the Device Manger by following these steps:

1. Click Start and then Control Panel.
2. Click Sounds and Audio Devices.
3. Under Speaker settings, click Advanced.
4. Click the Performance tab.
5. Change the Hardware Acceleration slider's position.

NOTE: The slider can be positioned from "none" to "full" depending on the usage.

6. Click Apply and OK.

Repeat steps 5 & 6 till you get optimum audio performance.

Step 4 :
BIOS Reset
1. Restart the notebook.
2. Tap the F10 key as soon as the HP logo appears.
3. Using the arrow keys, navigate to Exit menu and select Get defaults values.
4. Navigate to Exit menu and select Save Changes and Exit.

Even this steps look lengthy, they should resolve the issues.

Aug 08, 2008 | HP Pavilion zd8000 Notebook

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Mic Probs.


Hi,

We need to few more details to fix this issue. Like the OS installed in the notebook and if you are able to hear normal audio from the notebook speakers.

If you are not able hear the normal audio from the notebook speakers, then the issue could be with the Audio driver.

If that is the case, then you can try reinstalling the Audio driver, as it is same driver for both Audio and Mic.

If you are able to hear the sound from the notebook and if only Mic is not working, then you can perform the steps given in the below URL:

For XP:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&docname=bph07158&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN

If the OS is Vista:

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&docname=c00820226&dlc=en&lc=en&jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN


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