While i was working on my system suddenly sound stops but while i keep my system in stand by mode then again i start it the problem gets solved but this problem is repeating again and again........plz suggest me some solution to this............. .......i have no sound cards........
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Re: sound stops suddenly
Alright, so wait, explain that again, It stops working when your using it, or when it goes into standby?
It starts working again after what? When you come out of standby?
When going into standby, the system goes on low power may cut the power to your speakers.
Check your Power settings.
RIGHT CLICK on DESKTOP> Select properties, Go to screen saver Tab and click on the Power button, then check all the power options such as when it goes into standby, how long till it does and adjust them to your preferences, also make sure Hibernation is turned off as well, when it goes into Hubernation, it cuts almost everything.
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Some download progs have the ability to wipe the sound card, why don't know.
Try your PF Key to see if it cancel's and resumes making noise". Could try a "RESTORE" point?
You have to reinstall sound driver, hopfully you have a copy
if you got the hardware updates from Microsoft they often misidentify sound cards and install bad drivers. See if you can isolate the microsoft update for the sound card and or roll back the driver to an older different driver
Open your computer then boot to safe mode(press F8), go to add/remove programs then uninstall the toshiba audio driver, also check on the Device Manager if it is still there then uninstall it. Reboot the computer to normal mode then install the toshiba audio driver again. Be sure to have the correct driver downloaded.
Hi isterix! I also have a 410 on a acer 1502 laptop with xp. I installed the latest driver (5.10.00.5053) and i have sound (after changing sound preferences in panel control) but it makes me peaks in the playback. I think it's due to the driver, that is the same also for windows vista. I'll try to install the previous one and i'll tell you!
if it suddenly stopped working, then either the sound chip is damaged or the driver is corrupt.
You need to find out the type of sound chip you have, but run a test first, click Start>run, then type msconfig and press enter, click on the sound tab to run a driver test.
if you are using windows xp operationg system, use system restore, to restore your system seting by choosing start menu, all programs, asccessories, system tools, system restore. then pick the date where your soundcard was work fine, let your pc restart. done.