I have a dv9000, a few weeks ago the sound went out. I get sound when i hit the buttons on the touchbar but no actual output, checked driver, sound settings, anything i can think of anything could help thanks
I have a dv9000 widescreen and the mute button is locked on. All the buttons at the top are locked including the Quickplay DVD. I have a 2 year old daughter who may have hit some buttons. I have been trying to get the sound back for weeks. Any ideas?
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In case of infinite reboot
- Restart your computer
- Wait for your BIOS to display the manufacturer logo or any logo
- Tap "F8" key immediately: you will reach a list of boot options
- Select "Disable automatic restart on system failure
- Press "Enter" and wait for your PC to boot.
Hi, first thing to check is System Preferences, Sound, Output, Balance. Also, have a look at the audio output in Audio Midi Setup (Utilities folder), It might be a hardware problem as well make sure that it didn't get wet somehow...
I have a dv6000 and its makes a insect tlike noise. i returned it and got another one but that one also made the same noise. so i contacted hp and they told me that the sound is coming from the USB ports, i thought wierd but here is the solution to your problem. go to computer managment (start>right click my computer> manage), click on device manager, select the universal serial bus contollers ( there should be a few roots files that open up), right click a usb root hub and select properties, click the power managment tab, and uncheck "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power". do this for every USB root hub that you have, and the problem should go away. FYI these instructions are for windows XP.