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If there is a prompt saying contact Microsoft then it is a problem with your audio player (real time or whatever you are using) I would first go to "windows update" and have it search for updates to your drivers. It will do it automatically. From there you will have to contact the help center.
As the notebook does not boot up and as you have already reseated the memory modules and tried connecting external monitor and as the issue is unresolved. It is clear that the issue is due to internal hardware malfunction of the system board of the notebook. However, before confirming the same, I would recommend you to perform hard reset which would discharge the static charges from the notebook. You can follow the steps listed below to perform hard reset:
1. Unplug the AC adapter from the notebook PC and remove from any port replicator or docking station. 2. Remove the battery from the notebook battery compartment. 3. Press and hold down the power button for about 20 seconds. 4. Insert the battery and plug the AC adapter back into the notebook PC. 5. Press the power button to turn the notebook PC back on.
This will remove the discharge the static charges from the notebook. Now turn on the PC and check for the issue. If the issue persists, then it is clear that the issue due to internal hardware malfunction of the notebook and requires an onsite diagnosis. At this point, if your notebook is under factory warranty then I would recommend you to contact HP to get your notebook repaired under warranty.
This could be due to corrupt wireless drivers or corrupt BIOS settings. To isolate this, uninstall and reinstall the wireless drivers on the notebook. If issue persists, then update BIOS and check for the issue. Incase, if the issue is unresolved, then check if the Wireless network adapter is detected in Device Manager or not.
If it is not detected, then remove and reseat the wireless network card on the notebook. Incase, if the issue is unresolved, it clearly states that the wireless card on the notebook has gone bad. At this point, I would suggest you to take the notebook to any nearest Authorized Service Center in your location.
Two possible causes one is the headphone jack and the other a driver issue.
The headphone jack has a metal leg that is pushed out of the way when you insert the plug. It then switches from speakers to the jack. That's how it is supposed to work. The third leg can get dirty or bent or loose and not switch correctly. If it is dirty you can sometimes clean it just by inserting it and pulling it out a "few" times. If it is mechanical ie loose then it needs to be replaced which means replacing the main motherboard. You can check for warranty but from experience it might just be one of those things to get used to instead of trying to get them to replace a main board.
If it is a driver all you can do is hope they update the drivers. You can check the drivers versions and release dates on the Toshiba website. Just go to www.toshiba.com then support then laptop and then find your model. Drivers and sort by your operating system. Unfortunately Toshiba seems to have a history of unresolved sound card driver issues.
The issue could be with an improper installation of the the printer. Uninstall the printer drivers and software and then restart the computer with the prnter disconnected. Reinstalling the drivers after this would be the easiest way to get it fixed. Is still unresolved please let me know.