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Re: hp pavilion dv 1000 pc notebook
Your HDD may be the problem, but not one that I would attribute to this noise. It sounds like based on the information I have been given you may have some device issues steming from your keyboard. You may want to consider replacing that! This is only speculation. I need more information, like when did it start, how long, did you install anything different on it? Basic questions like that! Let me know!
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You can download the audio and device drivers from the Compaq/HP WEBsupport/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the Windowsdrivers you require and install them. Click on this link to download thedrivers: - http://welcome.hp.com/country/au/en/cs/support.html
If your OEM is original from manufacture, and this option was installed. Restart PC, at the HP intro screen type "f11" 4 times, choose recovery, make shure you choose "restore to manufature settings" gl hope this works for you.
Install the sound drivers...
probably you have a conexant audio solution.
Install Microsoft UAA BUS DRIVER FIRST.THEN INSTALL CONEXANT AUDIO DRIVER FOR YOUR LAPTOP. THE DRIVERS CAN BE FOUND AT HP SUPPORT SITE.FIND YOUR MODEL NUMBER AND DOWNLOAD YOUR DRIVERS
1) plug YOUR power adapter into your friends hp dv1000, see if it turns on laptop.on. If yes, then u have one less problem. 2) to trouble shoot a laptop takes a lot of skill, stuff is very small, things could be damaged just by pulling the wrong way. you would HAVE TO BE very carefull. Look for the trouble shooting manual 1st. or find a good technical person.