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Sound missing For some reason the sound on my labtop is not working, whenever i click on the icon it tells me that no output device is installed. How do I restore sound to my labtop

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Right click on My Computer.
Click Manage
In the left pane, click Device Manager
In the right pane, expand "Sound, video and game controllers"
Does your device show up there?
Are there any unknown devices?


Try entering your laptop model into this, and downloading the audio drivers. Double click to run or use HP's automatic install.

Good luck!

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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