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Re: HAVE LOST SOUND ON MY ACER TRAVELMATE 2350
Have you tried using the restore point? Go to start, control panel, performance and maintenance. on the upper left corner click System Restore. Choose the option restore my computer to an earlier time. Click next, Choose a date where you have remembered your computer has a sound. click next then OK. You can change restore point anytime. Else, reinstall your audio driver.
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Unfortunately for Toshiba you will need the restore disks from Toshiba. You can go online and purchase the Disks.
1 - Use your old computer to download software so you can retrieve your Windows KEY, unless there is a sticker on your computer that has it printed.
2 - Download a correponding version of windows on the internet and use your key.
3 - After install, you may have to go to toshiba website and download needed drivers.
Check to make sure you didn't unistall/delete or move a device driver. Go to your device manager to diagnose this. If you did delete or unistall it all you have to do is find an audio driver on the web and reinstall it. If that doesnt work try a system restore
Try to see the volume control maybe it is muted. if no volume control then you have to reinstall again the driver of your audio controller. if not of these, then try other CD or use other player such as VLC player and you have to download full audio codecs. VLC player is tough no need to download other player.
You need some form of software to port it out. Basically, you can use windows sound recorder and hear it for the duration of the recording and play it back that way but it's only 30 seconds at a time. You need software to feedback the audio all the time. Maybe DJ software or something like that would do the trick.