No offence, but please work on your spelling and grammar.
Anyhoo, try double-clicking on the speaker icon on the right part of the taskbar (bar at the bottom with the windows logo).
Drag the slider all the way to the top. If that doesn't work or if it was already at the top, access the start menu and select:
"Control Panel" in the column on the right.
Then double-click Sound. Now select "Speakers" ad click:
"Set Default". Now click properties. Click the "Enhancement" tab. Make sure the all the boxes are <b>unchecked</b>.
Now click the "Levels" tab.
Slide <b>both</b> sliders all the way to the right.
Click "OK" again.
Now try playing some sort of sound that you <b>know</b> works on your PC.
If it didn't work, just notify me at: email@example.com.
Same goes for anyone else with this problem on VISTA.
I can also help with XP.
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First thing to try is to go to HP.com and click on the "Support and Drivers" section. Choose to download drivers and software in Step 1, then in Step 2 area, just type: Pavillion dv6910 and hit enter. Choose your OS and then hit the + beside the audio driver and click the Download. Save that to your desktop and open/run it when it's done. Hopefully this will fix that.
If that fails, then Click on Start, right click on My Computer (Or just computer if it's Vista or Win7, you didn't specify the Operating System you have) and left click on Properties. Click the hardware tab and then click on Device Manager. Delete all of the sound/game controllers there and reboot the system. when it comes back up, ignore the windows about installing the sound/game devices and just run the sound driver software you downloaded earlier to your desktop. When the install completes, reboot again and you should be fine.
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You not mentioned which CHAT client you are using. But that doesn't more important. First check whether your Mike and Headphone is working fine or not.(Go to control Panel > Sound > Testing)
If you can hear the voice means its OK and there is some problem with the Client.
Alternatively you can run Start > Run > DXDIAg "Enter". Here you can check your machine sound also.
It should be running perfectly fine to resolve your issue.
otherwise go to device manager, and check it's properties, then click on the details tab, click on the drop down menu below Property, select hardware IDs and post whatever is written in the value box...
Check your power settings. Double click on the power management icon in the system tray. If you are using super power saver double click on the icon. You will see an advanced tab. Click on this and you will see that you can turn off wireless.
first of all install MSUAA http://tinyurl.com/leng430 that is patch for xp and then downlaod seccond driver from top for sound and then try to install it forcefully means manually select sound driver from same site link and then install if you are still facing issue pls contact me.
1. download and extract the zip file 2. install high def hotfix from 03 MSHDQFE folder 3. run setup from 04 sound, it will say that audio not found 4. open device manager , there you will find audio device on high def bus, right click on it and choose update driver, then choose install from list 5. choose dont search i will provide the driver for install, then choose i have disk
6. browse c:swsetupsp35270 , which was created in step 3, it will give a wrning , choose continue anyway, it will be installed