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Having audio problem

I set up my computer but when I play my dvds or start up my computer I don't hear no sounds.

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  • sadii Sep 23, 2008

    I have the same problem.



    Hp Pavillion dv6000, and there is no sound coming out of my laptop. :S



    its vista btw; :S:S:S i dont know how to fix it

  • pio_sk May 11, 2010

    check if in devices manager u have any unknown devices (sound card) - assuming Your OS is Windows family



    check if u connected Your speekers to right socked

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Uninstaul the driver and restart the computer

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Check your motherboard type and find the suitable driver from internet. Hope this can fix your problem.

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