Question about HP G60-230US Notebook
Probably the volume of speakers is turned down.
1. Go to Start
2. Open Control Panel
3. Unplug the Headphone
4. Open Sound and Audio Device
5. Find "speakers" under Playback device (normally it on AUDIO tab)
6. Click on the button "Volume"
7. Pull all the slide bar to the top.
8. See if you hear sounds from the speakers
Posted on Mar 20, 2011
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