07-25-2009 03:22 AM - edited 07-25-2009 03:25 AM
Hi, I recently installed Windows 7 RC (64bit) on my HP dv9000 (DV9817cl) and everything seems to work apart from the internal microphones.
In the Sounds section of the hardware and sound section of control panel there is only one recording device shown "Microphone, High definition audio device, not plugged in". I take it this is the 3.5mm microphone port on the front of the notebook. There is only one driver issue showing in device manager for "Other devices>coprocessor".
The current audio driver is High Definition Audio Device microsoft v6.1.7100.0. I've tried looking for updated drivers ion the web with no luck so far.
Does anyone know where I could get an updated driver or have any suggestions to get this going?
Thanks in advance
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08-04-2009 08:59 AM
Download Audio driver from here.
Intructions how to install it in Vista/Win7.
- Extract this driver with Winrar.
- Open Device manager and expand the Sound, video and game controllers section.
- Right click on Either the High Definition Audio Device if you have the generic Microsoft drivers, or the Conexant High Definition SmartAudio 221 if you have older Conexant drivers and choose "Update Driver Software..."
- Click Browse my computer for driver software, then click "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer"
- Click "Have Disk..." then Browse to the folder where the drivers were extracted .......\V64 for 64-bit Vista/Win7. Click OK.
- Select one of the "Conexant High Definition SmartAudio 221" models in the list, there will be multiple identical entries.
- Click Next, and you're done.
I'm not sure which one from the list will work for You.
This drivers weren't test. So if You will try them and it will work for You let us now about.
08-04-2009 09:03 AM
Coprocessor will be solved ith chipset driver.
Try You original driver for it here.
If this doesn't work try nvidia driver here.
Install always first chipset drivers on any system before other drivers.
08-30-2009 01:40 AM
Thanks very much for the info. I couldn't quite get the sound driver update you linked to going, however I ended up finding the following driver update on the hp site:
I used the "hermosa" driver version and now everything's running OK.
I did use the driver update you suggested for the co-processor driver error, which worked well.
Many thanks for your input.
10-08-2010 01:25 PM
I have a hp dv9000 9819wm, I upgraded from vista to 7, I followed the intructions and my microphone was recognized but I can't record sounds. I maked an upgrade drivers and voila I finally can record with my internal microphone.
Thanks for help.
09-16-2011 04:37 PM
Hi, I recently installed Windows 7 ultimet (64bit) on my
HP Pavilion Entertainment PC (Product:HP Pavilion
dv9000 p/n:FE693UAR#ABA and s/n: 3CF8275M6G)
I went to use Skype but not working my internal microphone...and no found my dvd rom so plz help me.....
09-23-2011 06:50 AM
I have a new PC and since new have been unable to make a microphone work through either front or rear jacks.
Sound is only available by headphone using VIA High definition Audio. To use the computer's speakers I have to switch to ATI high definition audio device. As I am in Thailand I have, unusually, a non pirated version of Windows 7 ultimate (64 bit).
Despite this, running a 3 minute mile is a greater likelyhood than getting the retailer to honour the guarantee. Advise (especially about the mic) anyone. Tony
01-18-2012 05:39 PM
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