No sound don't need audio drivers of DV8-1093

I have a HP DV8 - 1093 note book unning Windows 7 64

Everything was nice util that I use Driver Genius for update my drivers after runnin that Driver Genius 11 no. MORE SOUND comes the DV8

I suspect this stupid Driver genius to laod a bad audio driver

Where can I find the right driver to install?

Thank you

François

Please answer by the forum my direct email address is no longer valid, and I don't know how to change

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Hi, Francis:

It would be the driver that you need your PC support and driver page...

http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=ob-85714-1&cc=us&DLC=en&LC=en&OS=4063&product=4041805&sw_lang=

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