Also, make sure you get the friver from HP. I believe it's the Conexant
High-Definition Audio Driver, found here: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/s...3175704&dlc=en
"dean-dean" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Try this after your sound driver is installed. Right-click the Volume
> icon, and choose Playback Devices. On the Playback tab of Sound,
> right-click an empty spot of the window, and put a checkmark next to "Show
> Disabled Devices" and "Show Disconnected Devices". From there, if
> Speakers shows up, right-click the Speakers icon to enable.
> Then Double-click the Speakers icon. On the Enhancements tab, put a check
> next to "Disable all sound effects", then click Apply. On the Advanced
> click on Restore Defaults, and make sure both check-boxes, under Exclusive
> Mode, do have a check mark. (Apply, OK).
> "Alekra" <Alekra@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>>I have the same problem with my Pavilion DV1760BR. I have tried to install
>> sound drive from HP site and from Windows Update, there is an icon and at
>> Control Panel the message is that the driver is OK, but I have no sound.
>> Technical Suport said that it can be a phisical failure. Does anyone have
>> similar situation?
>> Thank you!
>> "Elswee" wrote:
>>> I have the same problem this will help you, :
>>> choose pdf and follow few easy steps. Elswee.
>>> "Danizma" wrote:
>>> > MI haven't been on my Laptop for awhile but today when I tried to play
>>> > something in Windows media player there was no sound. The sound icon
>>> > at the
>>> > bottom of the computer has an red X through it and says "No audio
>>> > output
>>> > device is installed". I'm a little computer eliterate so im not sure
>>> > what to
>>> > do in this case. Any suggestions?
>>> > --
>>> > Danizma