I have this notebook which I bought in 2006 with Windows XP.
Since XP is about to expire, I replaced the operating system with Windows 7 32-bit. It works great but I have no audio despite the generic W7 audio driver from Microsoft being installed and the audio graphics (volume level etc.) working correctly.
Any ideas how I can get the audio to actually make a sound?
Did you try the 32-bit Vista driver of the Z62Fm?
Yes, It would be very helpful to know the specific model. You can probably get that from the excellent (free!) Belarc Advisor:
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