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PavanKumar1999
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how to make my sound louder on my hp laptop?

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hi,

i am having the same problem but i cannot find the loudness equlizer radio button i have only one button that is equilizers thats it so how can i increasethe sound??Screenshot (70).png

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@PavanKumar1999 Welcome to HP Forums!

Note: Please ensure the complete product name/number for a quicker response from the community, as we need to know what we are dealing with to provide an accurate solution: Click here for steps on finding the information we need!

Remember: Do not share any of your personal information such as serial, phone number, email ID, etc.

 

Please update the audio, Chipset drivers and the BIOS using the hp website: Click here to access the website.

Once done, restart the computer and check if the loudness equalizer appears, if it doesn't, please select the setting to rock and check if it makes any difference under the description on the picture you've shared.

 

If the laptop was never as loud as you want it to be, I suggest getting an external set of speakers instead, however, if you had been getting a loud sound earlier but it doesn't work anymore, please try the below steps:

Running the System File Checker tool will fix corrupted system items and restore missing files if need be. Here are the steps you should take to launch an SFC scan:

  1. Type cmd into Windows Search and press Enter.
  2. Right-click Command Prompt in the list of search results.
  3. Select Run as administrator to open an elevated command prompt window.
  4. Type sfc /scannow and hit Enter to execute the command.

Wait until the scan reaches its completion. Then exit your Command Prompt and restart the PC.

If your volume control refuses to work, resetting your audio service might prove perfect for resolving your problem:

  1. Open your Windows search box and type ‘services’ (without quotes).
  2. From the list of results, select Services.
  3. Locate and right-click Windows Audio. Select Properties.
  4. Move down to Startup type and set it to Automatic.
  5. Click on the Stop button.
  6. Then click Start.

Finally, click OK and restart your computer. Your volume issue should be no more.

 

Let me know how that pans out,

If you feel I was helpful, simply click on Accept as Solution to help the community grow,

That said, I will have someone follow-up on this to ensure you've been helped,

Just in case you don't get back to us within 24 - 48hrs, and have a good day, ahead.

Riddle_Decipher
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