If you can access the internet, you can visit support.toshiba.com to download the drivers needed for your computer. and that includes the driver for your sound card. all you need to do is access downloads and look for the specific model of your Toshiba laptop.
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It doesn't sound like a hardware issue it sounds more like a software problem, depending on what operating system you have you need to do a system update, I imagine you have windows operating system so do a windows update if you are still having issues update your adobe flash player and see if that helps like I said don't think its a hardware issue.
Hi... Yourproblemmay be due tosome problems. among these areproblemsin theaudiodriverorsettingsproblemataupauspeakeronyour computer'ssoundsystemhas changed. The firstthing youneed toensure that the wholesettingonyoursoundsystemis activatedorthesituationcould possibly use. if thesameproblem,dotroubleshootingonyourspeakersusing theearphone totroubleshooting. Ifthe statusremains the same, check yoursounddriversorremovethe existingdriverand thenremamasangnyathe updateddriverfromthe manufacturer. if allthesemeasuresare notsuccessful, youneed to reinstallthe operating system (reformat)to identifywhetherthe problemcomes fromthe operating systemordevice.but ifyou do notwant to takethe decision toreformatthe operating system, you can justchange thesounddeviceand allyour problemsshould bedone,unlessthere isa problemof your operatingsystemfromvirusattacks, it is likelyitalsowilldisrupt theoperation ofa voicedevice. TQ
If you reformatted the HD, you lost your operating system. Once you reinstalled the operating system, you now need to use the Dell Resource CD to reinstall the drivers. Look at your device driver and you will see several item not operating properly after an operating system installation. They need their Dell drivers.
Hi der... Well it culd be ur sound card which having some problems. Or it can be the system sounds which are missing, or can be the drivers issue
1. Sound Card - Check if your sound card is damaged with a pc vendor.
2. Your system sounds files can be missing due to accidental deletion of files. You can always restore them back.
3.The sound drivers could also be a problem, Update the driver in the relevant pc website.
Before you can do all this a simple diagnostic, you can try reformatting your whole pc before bringing down for a check on sound card. In this way the factory default are restored including ur system sound. WARNING: All your files will be deleted when u do this process. Make sure you back up important files before reformatting.
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This is one of two things, 1- an operating system error or glitch, a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc will fix it, or 2- a hard drive failure. If the system repair doesn't work, then reformat the hard drive and install a new operating system. If the drive will not format, or you have any issues during or after the install, then the hard drive is bad and will need replaced.
You might just need to go to your computer manufacturer's website and update your drivers. Try this; if this doesn't work, try doing a system restore. If your system restore fails, then try reformatting your hard drive and then reinstalling your operating system.
This is an operating system error, and sometimes indicates a hard drive failure. Start by running a system repair with your recovery or operating system disc. This usually takes care of it, if it doesn't, reformat the hard drive and install a new operating system. If you have any issues during or after the format or install, then the hard drive has failed and will need replaced.
are u using vista? cause this is def a driver issue...could be the update Driver they released messed up things or the driver needs a updated from windows...it wouild help if u posted the driver version and Operating system u are using.