My issue is that I purchased a cube type external wireless speaker (although a cord was included, allowing a direct connection between the speaker and my HP Pavilion laptop). I've checked Sound, but don't see any way to enable/disable sound when I open Sound in the Control Panel, which is part of the instructions in some forums. In addition, I can't find 'hp beats audio' under Sound, which is part of the title of the original post and mentioned in replies. It is an unbranded speaker and did not come with any instructions. I have connected it successfully to my iPhone, but can't get sound to play through it instead of through my laptop's speakers. Here's the specs on the speaker 3"x2 1/2"x1 1/2"...bluetooth connection, Ver.3...phone call hands free...USB Plug music play, transmission distance 10M...TF/Micro SD card plug music play, input 32G...FM 87.5-108 MHz FM Radio function...Loudspeaker: 1pcs, 52MM...Output: 3WX1 LED Disco light...Charge: DC 5V, 2-5 hrs, AUX. Connect to Mobile, Computer, etc....Frequency Response: 80Hz-20KHz...SNR: 80dB. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium battery or the USB cable. It is a very well made unit, mimicking a higher end, branded cube speaker, such as ihome Mini Speaker. It included an AUX in jack cable and the power cable. Without instructions, however, I am 'stuck' when trying to get the laptop's sound to play through the speaker. Sound plays fine through the laptop's own speakers, as well as through my headphones when I connect them to the laptop. I have Googled the issue, but none of the instructions given are for my Win7 Home Premium OS. Can anyone help me? This is why I bought the speaker, to improve the listening quality, since HP internal speakers leave a lot to be desired.