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icywhite2008

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I have a HP pavilion vf52. I recently started my computer and found that I had no sound. I have uninstalled the Realtek AC97 Audio driver, and when I restart my computer Windows picks it back up. Still no sound. I have checked my chords, checked my master volume and device driver settings. I have noooo clue what is going on. Does anyone know why my sound would have just disappeared like that or how in the world I can get it to function properly again? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!
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Check Onboard AC97 Controller Mode in BIOS ---Auto or Disabled

It is under Integrated Peripherals

Verify that it in auto ... escape & save BIOS

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Thank you so much for your quick response Jack! I hate to say it but I have no idea what you said though :tazz: Is there any other way you could explain it to help me out? I'm really sorry I'm just blank right now. Thank you for your help again! ;)
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;) Ok I figured out the problem. My speaker chord was just a tiiiiny bit unplugged from the back of my monitor. I did check that first, but it was out such a small amount that I didn't notice. I apologize for the mix-up, but thank you so much Jack for your help in this matter. Thanks again, sorry. :tazz:
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Just a note anyway, Realtek AC97 Audio will re-appear even when restarting your computer because it is a malware entry!

It will have to be removed by Hijack This! Please go to the MALWARE forum and ask for further assistance there!

Good Luck! :tazz:

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Thanks Werner! I'm sure there's alot of malware on here that I'm missing. It seems like every time I scan and remove and I have more on here. I'm going to post my HJT log in the malware section and see what the problem is. Thanks so much for the advice and help!! :tazz:
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No problem, always glad to help! :tazz:
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