Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low (7023 Views)
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ARLENE107
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Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

The volume on my laptop is very low.  It is on the highest setting (100%) and you have to get close to hear it.  How can I make it louder?  By the way, my laptop is only a month or so old.

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Cyclops
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

How about earphones, is that low too?

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ARLENE107
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

Wow, almost blew my ear drums with the headphone.  The sound seems to work fine with that but not through the speakers.  What should I do?

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mayankyadav
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

im also facing the same problem with hp dm4 i tried a lot over this issue but im not able to find any suitable method to increase volume via laptop speakers ...i think the speakers quality is really low grade in all the series which are thin and portable ....even my phone speaker is louder thn my hp laptop speaker dont know what have they done with the speaker design....i dont think there is any solution for this prblem

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mayankyadav
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i thnk hp shuld have advertised this laptop as no speakers laptop only via ear phone

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Cyclops
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

Can you check if you have same issue in Quickweb as well? If yes, that I would suggest you contacting HP Tech Support/Service Center to have your internal Speaker checked...

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mayankyadav
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

i tried hp quick web and the volume there is much better thn what i get in wndows 7 64 bit........i have reinstalled my audio driver also but that didnt make any impact on my problem ....i would really apperciate if i can get some more usefull help

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ARLENE107
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

I didn't not see a solution--just everyone else having the same problem.

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mayankyadav
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i hope someone from hp would pay heed to our problem 

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densyo12
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Re: Pavilion dm4 notebook volume is too low

i encountered this problem before what i did was go to device manager then uninstalled the sound driver (click on delete drivers) do not restart go to recovery manager then reinstall the sound driver then restart.maybe the sound driver was corrupted that is why i tried reinstalling the default driver from recovery manager. then observe it then update the sound driver i prefer going to the devicemanager right clcik on the sound driver then click on update driver then search automatic. then compare it if there is any changes.

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