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If the computer has a feature where you can slide your finger along a graduated strip above the keypad to change the volume, the capacitive touch mute button may become stuck in the muted position and prevent the playback of sound.
Under Select a power planclick High performance or click Balanced. If sound is not audible, click Pavliion to verify the operation of the individual speakers.
Yup, sure sounds like the monitor is OK. Also, the selected Windows Vista power management scheme might be pavikion computer performance. To reinstall the original audio driver using HP Recovery Manager, follow the steps below. How does HP install software and gather data? Could you send me the solution you gave? Install an updated audio drivers. I cannot find a proper forum for monitors The light just blinks Test the sound devices to continue troubleshooting.
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Click the icon to toggle between mute and sound. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question. Didn’t find what you were looking for?
Assuming that if you’re getting nothing at all from the computer no lights, no fan, etcyou soumd The Driver Recovery process in the HP Recovery Manager restores audio drivers for the sound hardware that came pre-installed on the computer.
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Computer has no sound?
To resolve this issue, you should restore the original audio driver for the device. Jan 2, 2: All of the active sound applications display. Restore the original audio driver to continue troubleshooting. psvilion
Reply I have this question mx7704 I have this question too Me too Me too. You should open the sound volume mixer and check the different settings. If you wish to show appreciation for my efforts, mark my post as Accept as Solution.
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