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Compaq Evo N610c

Notebook slide off a foot & half high table unto a carpeted floor, immediately after that the sound was gone. All drivers indicate that they are working properly; no mute is on; all volumn are high. Could this be a hardware problem or some kind of cable connection? Doesn't seem to be any sound card. As an Amatuer, can I open up the Notebook and check if a wire came off?

 

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I think that the sound card is integrated on the motherboard and you cannot change it.
If you can here the audio from the front jack and not from the speakers, you can try to open it and verify the speakers connector.
Before you open it be sure you download this very nice manual http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/SupportManual/c01119965/c01119965.pdf


Look at page 5-28 and then see also the others to have the feeling of the type of work. If you take your time and write down the sequence of the parts that you remove it I bet you can do it.

Posted on Oct 22, 2007

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    Massimo Ardito Oct 24, 2007

    Why not helpfull because you cannot open it or bacause you found a different soultion?


    Thanks for let me know

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