You probably have onboard AC’97 audio. Continue to remove sound devices that relate to the audio card brand not Legacy until all have been removed. Removing the sound card. Installing the sound card. Going up really loud does not mean it has a powerful or otherwise “good” sound card.

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Mar 31, at 5: Turn on the PC and press the F1 key repeatedly at the first logo screen. Once done, go to the manufactures’s support-link or try a driver-provider such as “All Drivers”.

That will damage your headphones. I really should have opened a new thread for this.

HP and Compaq Desktop PCs – Installing or Replacing a Sound Card

Use the speaker connections on the back as a reference. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Going up really loud does not mean it has a powerful or otherwise “good” sound card. The sound device description will reflect this. Example of audio driver name in Device Manager.

You’d probably be better off running your sound output to an amp than just listening to a better quality soundcard. How does HP install software and gather data? You know what, it is an HPn.


Opening the case Use the following steps to open the case:. If PC does have onboard sound, do the following to disable it:.

I have a HP Pavillion PC (HP752N). What sound card do I have?

Post 2 of 7. I’m having similar problems: If the device is a combination sound-modem card, remove devices related to the brand name listed under Modem as well.

November 30th, I dont know who made the sound card either August 13th, The only thing I hate about my sound card is the extreme amount of hiss. If the sound card is a combination card, the modem and its drivers must be removed as well. If the PC was using onboard sound and you do not have to remove it, skip to Step 5. Most manufacturers don’t provide a separate card as a way to save money. Installing the software and drivers for the new card s Connect all cables and turn on the PC.

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HP and Compaq Desktop PCs – Installing or Replacing a Sound Card | HP® Customer Support

This document applies to Windows 95, 98, Me, and XP. Mar 31, at 9: I know it doesn’t come with one because of the recovery drive which I so ingeniously killedbut it would be a much better alternative than having to hunt for the drivers everytime like this.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise International. All times are GMT Installing the sound card Insert the new sound card into an open compatible slot. Mar 31, at 3: I installed a new stand alone version of Window XP Home Edition and since then I do not have any sound on my computer. Also; Is it possible to order a recovery disk for the n? You should have an open PCI slot or two inside there.