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click on START and type (volume) in the box that appears right above the start button.
from the list that appears click on (show/hide volume icon) or something like that, and change the box of the volume icon to (on).
to activate the wifi switch it is i believe it is down of the left front of the laptop actually on the front of the laptop itself and normally a slide switch which needs to be pushed over to the right before it will activate
loud speaker icon depending on which operating system your running
if you are on windows 7 look over to the bottom right handof your screen if you cant see the audio
icon that looks like a loud speaker
can you see a upward facing arror
if so click on that arrow then click customize then go find the volume icon and click show icon
if on xp try this
somewhere in there you should be able to tell it to show in taskbar
Hopefully this helps. Right click on your volume control icon. Open the "Volume Mixer," and make sure that nothing has the mute X on. Then right click on "Volume Control," and make sure that the volume control is checked to play all sounds, and that your Speaker box is checked. Next step is your music, if the sound was muted directly @ the music playback, this could be the problem. Open your Media Player and try to play music, if you cannot hear it, click on the mute button to the song playing. If your Player was shut off in the "mute" mode, then you will not hear sound. It Happened to me once. You will need to check all of your "Players" to see if any of them were shut off in "mute."
All you say is there is no volume. I will have to assume that the sound card is actually "seen" by the system. If it is in the device manager and it is shown as working, there are three things that can be wrong: Your volume can be turned really low. The speakers can be muted (will show up as muted in the sound setup in the control panel). The speakers can be bad. Unfortunately, this will require dissassembly of the computer. Check the easy stuff first. Also, check the sound jack on the side of the computer with either external speakers or a headset. If you have checked everything else and the headset works, then the speakers are bad or disconnected.
Your issue from what I read is a setting issue. you have your setting in headphone mode from what I gather and you need to place the setting for the sound card in output mode which is in the Windows sound setting. 1.Check the task bar where the speaker icon is ( Windows 7) or Windows XP. 2. Left click here and your volume control will show with a caption of "mixer" at the bottom. 3. Left click this hyper link and it will show you the properties of the speak device. 4. If you see a speak icon on the left >> click it and you will then see a tabs window with tab label across with "general being 1st. 5. click the "level" tab and you will see the l"line in" microphone etc. They may be muted click the muted sign to enable. 6. then check sound.
You probably are but I wont hold that against you LOL
Ok so you checked down in the task bar but have your checked by calling up the properties for the volume control.
to do this right click audio properties and make sure it says realtek in the top box on all the tabs.and make sure it is listed on the last tab "hardware" if it is you can then close them boxes down and right click on the volume control but this time select "open volume control"
you should be presented with a list of things starting with the volume control then wave then sw synth then cd player it may show more and in fact you can make it show more but we have what we need and now you should move all the sliders to at least half way If you take the first 3 and make them about 3/4
Try anything you want for sound preferably a proper music cd and lets see if we got you fixed up
We need to know what is happening when you try to play a sound. Do you hear anything? This is a laptop and you can turn the sound on and off by using your keyboard--pressing the function key at the bottom left of your keyboard and then pressing the sound volume key which is one of the function keys at the top of the keyboard (the ones with the little speaker pictures on them). Your Toshiba may also have a volume control on the side of the machine. You must also check the control panel (the icon that says sounds and audio devices). Does it show a sound device when you click on it? Check to see if the "mute" box is checked. If so, uncheck it. When you click on the Sounds tab, can you see Windows events at the bottom of the screen with little speakers beside them? If so, can you click on one of the events and then click on the right arrow just to the right of the sound events? Is the arrow dark or light when you click on the sound event? If it's dark, you should hear the sound. If it's light, you need to go to Toshiba's website and download the correct sound drivers for your computer.
a) to hell with calling india, they are as dumb as bush is. b) click start > accessories > entertainment > volume controls. when the volume controls open, click on file (drop down menu) then select recording, then click ok. when the recording volume controls come up. select microphone as the default recording device, and make sure the mute box is not checked. slide the volume control slider most of the way up. c) if you are using yahoo's call-out, run the audio wizard in yahoo messenger before making call. d) plug your microphone into other 3.5 mm jacks on computer, and use window's sound recorder to see if the computer is picking up audio through the mic. e) make sure your microphone's mute switch is not turned on (if applicable).
go to start menu -> control panel -> sound and audio devices. you will find volume control. or another method is just click on the volume icon which is located at the right bottom of your windows desktop.