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My Toshiba Satellite has a sounds problem

All things seems alright, the driver are working properly, And the audio in control panel are active. But when I try to play any music file the Media player is functiong well, but still there in not sound either from the Laptop is internal speakers, or even from the headphone one.
please hope to get your help on this matter.

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Hi
your Machine has a volume control an the panel where your power switch for the computer is make sure it is increased to the max. thats if your are sure your drivers are working properly
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Make sure your volume controls are not muted and levels are midway.

Right Click on Speaker icon in lower right system tray and choose Open Volume Controls.

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