I recently installed Windows 7 on my HP Pavilion dv2000 notebook. I did this without noticing it was muted. Now I have no audio. I have tried downloading a variety of vista compatible Conexant High-Definition Audio drivers and as yet none have worked.
The audio icon in my taskbar has a red circle with a white cross in it. When I try to install the latest driver through windows task manager it says I have the latest one. When I do a windows update I get no difference. Not really sure what I should do now. I'm out of ideas. Help? Please?
I have upgraded my laptop hp pavilion dv2000 from windows XP to Windows 7 now i have a problem with my inbuilt mic and also i cant talk with an external mic,i can heare the others but they cant hear me talk tried all sort of audio drivers but to no avail,all other functions are working fine please help me out with this.
I have an HP Pavilion dv2000. I have installed a new harddrive and put Windows 7 on it. All is well, except for the inability to find an ethernet driver. The wireless works as intended. I would like to eventually be able to say the same about my NIC card?
Conexant develops audio solutions that are used in a wide range of products including personal computers. We provide customized audio drivers to our customers, which include major computer manufacturers globally. At the request of these manufacturers, Conexant does not provide end-user support or drivers for PC audio products. If you have an issue with the audio configuration in Windows 7, please contact the manufacturer of your computer. (this came from computer)[/b] Worked for a bit now no sound at all had to buy an external one want the one included in my computer to stay on not bounce off. this has happend after installing windows 7 home premium onto my windows vista(worked well with this one) now after awhile it works then now sound.
I was watching a video and my laptop HP Pavilion G6-1b54ca fell asleep and logged out. Once I logged back in everything was working fine except there was no audio. I've tried doing a system restore, uninstalling the IDT High Definition Audio CODEC and reinstalling it, disabling and enabling it, restarting, running antivirus, and ensuring everything is updated on my laptop. Nothing is working, there is no audio from my built in speakers at all.