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Re: no audio device
Then go to control panel,system ,hardware ,device manager option There if u find any question mark or exclamation mark in yellow Color that means sound drivers are not installed properly please reinstall sound drivers properly
In control panel , select sound audio devices open it there u have volume,sounds,audio,voice,hardware options
1)See whether it is mute 2)In audio option select default audio device and recording device should be same
this should solve u r problem .if it is not solved please let me know u r problem briefly
or else put the model number and brand name followed by drivers search in ww.google.com
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In Control Panel - System (Devices) you must found the name of sound card. One way is to use linux live CD for that purpose (linux Mint is good). Then you must going to HP site to find driver for that model of laptop with sound chipset, and install it on your computer (it is simple setup). I think that you just need right sound card driver...
To fix audio problems, you need to find and install the latest drivers that perfectly match your audio device.
1. To find the latest audio drivers, you need to know your PC brand and model, your Windows® operating system, your audio device brand and model, and the current audio driver installed on your PC.
2. After this, you now have to start the laborious, time-consuming, and headache-inducing task of trying to find the most up-to-date audio driver and save it on your PC. And then you need to uninstall your old driver, and install the new driver you found.
3. You need to ensure that this new driver works 100% with your Windows® version and other hardware devices.
hi. that problem have 3 thing 1- software draver damage 2- build sound card is disable in bios 3- sound card damage
first u need check in bios, look at yr sound card, if disable, change to enable it, second check yr system properties looking for sound driver, if sound driver lost, u need get sound driver for your laptop and install it. lastly, if sound device damage, i suggest u use usb sound device becouse cost to get it is very low ok regards contect me for future problems
Is there an unknown devie listed in device manager? If so go to the sound card manufacturers website and enter their driver download section. Loacte your sound card in this section and proceed to download the new up to date drivers. After installing the drivers restart your computer and re-enter windows. Open the control panel and go to "Sound" located there. Once in Sound click on the tab labelled "Sounds", pick a sound and then click "Test".
please tell me if this was helpful, if it wasn't please inform me and I will try and help further. Thanks.
drivers for your audio devices are not installed... run the driver CD that came along with the computer...It will install the devices automatically...
If you dont have the cd with you you can manually download the drivers in your computer and install them...
You need to know the make and model number of your motherboard for downloading the drivers... (it will be printed in the motherboard itself)...
You can only restore once you have made a restore point. Then you can restore your system back to the time of that restore point. I don't think going back to a set restore point is going to fix your sound unless you made changes to volume and configurations like muting your sound. Restore points won't put your drivers back in if they are damaged or missing. Open "Control Panel" and then go to "Sound and Audio Devies" Click the option to put volume in taskbar and then open the volume control. Make sure that "Mute" isn't checked and slide the volume controls back up. You should also go to "Control Panel" and "System" then to "Device Manager" and make sure you can see your sound card an that there isn't a mark next to it. Check with the manufacturer of your computer system and see if there are updated drivers for your sound card.
As Mohammed stated ,can we have the make and model number of the computer. You can also use windows update to find driver automatically for you. In the device manager go to other devices and you find sound device with a splat sign . right click on the same and it should give an option to update use windows update, please let know if it helped you,