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How to turn on On-Board Audio?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by dsmithy, Oct 8, 2018.

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  1. dsmithy

    dsmithy Thread Starter

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    I on a Windows 10 ProBook,and I trying to find a volume button on the computer so I can access UFEL Configuration,but I can't find the volume button on the computer.I can't hear anything from the computer as the volume sign says"No speakers or microphone are plugged in." Please help me.
     
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    Macboatmaster Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    It may indeed be that the onboard audio is disabled in the firmware
    However that is quite a separate issue from
    which I presume means UEFI - Unified extensible firmware interface

    You do not need to resolve the sound problem to enter the UEFI setup
    • Navigate to settings. ...
    • Select Update & security.
    • Select Recovery from the left menu.
    • Click Restart Now under Advanced startup. ...
    • Click Troubleshoot.
    • Click Advanced options.
    • Select UEFI Firmware Settings.
    • Click Restart.
    When you get into UEFI setup
    you MAY find it is under
    1. Navigate to the Advanced tab.
    2. Select built in device.
    3. Check the Audio box.
    4. Save the changes and exit.

    What is the make and full model of the windows 10 probook
    I presume it is HP but please confirm make and FULL model
     
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    As you have seen my reply and suggestion
    A response from you would be appreciated
     
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