Message 6 of If I didn’t know whether or not it was broken prior to the upgrade I would have questioned the integrity of the sound card, but the odds of the sound card going out at the installation of Windows 7 sounds to me like a software issue. Turns out the High Definition Audio Controller device driver hdaudbus. My pic is of my main laptop but just highlight the individual devices and in the right hand window will appear very detailed info on that highlighted device Attached Thumbnails. See if you can match one of these to the model number shown on the sticker on the bottom of your laptop.
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Message 4 of In Device manager no sound device as all.
Then set the default sound device. In the Control Panel under the Sound section. Windows will then restart in normal mode. In device manager it says that she has Intel display audio. I have been scouring Google and have tried installing the HP support tool, adding legacy hardware, installed Realtek drivers, installed the HP Vista drivers, among several others.
I have been working on this for well over 6 hours, banging my head against the wall Turns out the High Definition Audio Controller device driver hdaudbus. Message 5 of Thanks for marking this as the answer. Have you tired reinstalling the audio drivers?
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My cousin bought that HP laptop sometime in I wonder if I can make Best Buy give me Vista and install it since the comuter won’t work properly. No Sound 1 If you have external speakers – are they connected properly to the computer?
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The computer is a Dell Vostro I checked for hidden devices, but there wasn’t any. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. Message 2 of I am in the same boat.
Use the arrow keys to select Safe Mode and hit enter. Sorry this didn’t sond. If you now see it you may need to right click on the correct sound device and select spund as default device”.
My pic is of my main laptop but just highlight the individual devices and in the right hand window will appear very detailed info on that highlighted device.
If HP doesn’t have Windows 7 drivers, try the Vista drivers. I am ready to those this HP in the lagoon behind the house. If you now see it you may need to right click on the correct sound device and select “Set as default device” 5 You can also try the troubleshooter below to discover any connection issues that may exist, instructions are below: Shut down the PC.
Could you post back with your full Model No. Dv97700 the speakers, or if you have a laptop there might be a sound adjustment nob somewhere. I have the red x on the speaker. All times are GMT