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Sound divice i want if can help me my computer have a sound card but say is no audio output divice installed ,

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  • alnyz75 Oct 02, 2008

    hello i download the link u send me but the problem stay, say no divice output divice are installed

  • alnyz75 Oct 03, 2008

    MY PROBLEM STILL , NO SOUND IN MY COMPUTER IS TOSHIBA SATELLITE A135_S2386 HOPE IF U CAN HELP ME WITH THIS IM DOWNLOAD THE LINK U POST IT BUT STILL HAVE THE PROBLEM THANKS HAVE A NICE DAY,

  • alnyz75 Oct 09, 2008

    hello the likn the ralteak u sand me for download i dont see for my model if u can send me again the link for my toshiba satellite a135-s2386 im apretiate thanks have a good day im gonna wait for u respond

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Ok the problem is this......

Obviously you have a soundcard installed on your computer , but your computer does not recognize it....what you need is the "driver" for your sound card. The driver is the software that allows your computer to recognize and communicate with the hardware (your soundcard in this case).

So , what you need to do is download this: http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_dtlViewDL.jsp?soid=1603902&moid=1700045&rpn=PSAD0U&BV_SessionID=@@@@0857572739.1222955529@@@@&BV_EngineID=cccfadeffmfjdegcgfkceghdgngdgmm.0&ct=DL&all_docs=false

That is the software for the soundcard , simply download it and launch the file...it will setup everything for you and give you your sound back!! If you have any trouble installing it feel free to leave a comment here and I can assist you further!


If you found this post helpful , please leave a rating!!

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

  • Chris Callo
    Chris Callo Oct 02, 2008

    Did you run the setup file and install the card?

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    Chris Callo Oct 03, 2008

    Ok , there was a problem with the model number you posted this question under , and the model number you just specfied , two seprate models.....



    Either way I got the download you need for this model , you can find it here: http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/down...



    Simply go there and download the "Windows XP" driver...it comes either in an .exe (the third one down) or a .zip ( the second one down)......either of them will work for you!



    This should fix all of your problems! If it does please be sure to leave a "fixya" rating, thanks!

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