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Sound issue with toshiba tecra 9100

When i got my toshiba tecra 9100 (windows xp pro, sp2) the sound worked fine, nothing at all wrong, then i just turned it on one day and it doesnt play sound at all, ive been through device manager and the sound device isnt listed at all, also, when you open the sounds icon in control panal it too says no sound device detected. nothing dodgy has ever happened to the computer, ever. i cant have deleted a driver because i havnt deleted anything on it yet.ive been on the toshiba website and download several versions of drivers and when they install it stops near the end of installation saying driver not installed and cancels. is it the driver or what?, some advice would be greatly appreciated., thanks :)

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  • angiecayanan Nov 16, 2008

    can you help me get a free sound card driver? just totaly lost aodio. video works fine for mytoshiba tecra 9100.

  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    My Toshiba Terca 9100 has also lost thhe sound card. I did some research and found out it may be a motherboard problem. I'll do some more research to see if I can come up with a solution.

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You can try disable and enable Sound in Device manager, It works with me.

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When ever i open my laopyop it says that no audio devices are installed and i have toshiba-satellite a215-s5837

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