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No sound device

I have no cd i have an old toshiba that got a virus. somebody fixed it so i could use it but there is no audio in media player

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We know you posted this twice. Give up the model number! Hold the laptop bottom up to your window and our surveillance satellite will zero in on it. still your friend, Steve

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You do not say which Operating System you are using.

 

Right Click on the Speaker icon bottom right near the clock to ensure the none of the audio function are muted. If any are, untick them.

 

The Default sond device controlling a computer's audio function can be changed when a new audio capable device like an MP3 Player, a cellphone, a media player or a bluetooth device are plugged into it. The Dial Up modem (that hardly anyone uses nowadays) can also seize control of the audio.

 

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http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/outFrm.jsp?ofId=AskIris&searchString=Toshiba+Model+A500+Satellite&x=6&y=7

 

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if ur audio device driver is integrated or plug n play device then,
step 1:open control panel
step 2:open 'sound speech and audio devices'
step 3: in the property menu of audio devices select drivers from the tab
step 4:select uninstall driver.
step 5: restart ur computer and the audio device will be reinstalled.
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step 2:select devices from the tab.
step 3:test all the devices by selecting each one at a time to play ur sound file.

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hi there,

you should go to device manager again but this time ask to update the drivers but instead of trusting microsoft to look for the driver, tell it to look in the cdrom that came with the laptop, of course make sure you have it inserted.

When the windows pop up select browse and navigate to the cd/dvd rom and go to drivers/audio and the correct drivers will be there.

alternatively look at the specs of your laptop find out what drivers are needed and visit the manufacturer's site for the audio drivers.

ie. dont trust MS to get the right drivers for you.

smeags

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