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First of all the sound may be on mute. Check in the control panel. Click start>control panel> sounds. Check them all to see if they are on mute. Check that your speakers are switched on, it will be on the case somewhere, possibly a slider or a wheel. Finally check the hp website for the correct driver http://welcome.hp.com/country/uk/en/support.html Put your model number in or let it autodetect to find the correct driver. download it and then run it.
Verify the driver is installed by clicking start and then right click "computer" in the menu. Choose "manage" and then "device manager" any drivers which have yellow question mark against them are not installed. You can right click the yellow ones and choose update driver. Very often it will find them themselves if you allow it to go onto the internet. Make sure you have a valid antivirus product first or you could find yourself infected very quickly.
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Update your embedded sound from Realtek to the latest AC'97 codec.
if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it
click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and game controllers you might see a yellow question mark? Right click to reinstall drivers or you can download the drivers
Download the driver software by
http://download.cnet.com/Realtek-High-Definition-Audio-Codec-Windows-Vista-Windows-7-32-bit/3000-2120_4-10788600.html free sound drivers
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Click the link "hp: Modem Driver Installer for Microsoft Windows XP (32-bit)" listed in Resources if you run the Windows XP operating system on an HP computer; for Windows installed on a Toshiba computer, go to Step 3. For all other types of computers running Windows, go to Step 4.
Click "Download" from the HP website and click "Run" to install the high-definition audio (HDA) modem driver package. If the modem device does not work properly after the driver has been installed on your Windows XP computer, go to Step 9.
Click the link "Toshiba Audio Drivers" if you run Windows and use a Toshiba computer. Find your operating system, click the appropriate driver listed and then read the installation instructions on the screen to download the driver. If the modem device does not work properly after the driver has been installed, go to Step 9.
Click the "Start" button and click "Control Panel."
Click "System and Security" and click "Device Manager" under "System."
Click "System Devices" and right-click the "Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio" device.
Click "Update Driver."
Update the "PCI" description drivers (PCI bus and PCI device) and any modem device that displays an exclamation point to the left of it. If the modem device does not work properly after the driver has been updated, go to the next step.
Visit the computer hardware or operating system manufacturer's website for further support
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