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Sound device everytime i go to media player pop up says sound devive is not accessible. i have tryed everthing from going to control panel addhardware to device manager nothing working. have toshiba l125-s121

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  • LARRY CANDELARIA Jan 06, 2009

    i know i was unable to find computer modell.tag under laptop says it is an L125-S121model number psl2xu-ookoof

  • LARRY CANDELARIA Jan 06, 2009

    ihave a notebook pc. only thing i hear is a beep when i play a game.how do i open media player.

  • Mike Peluso
    Mike Peluso May 11, 2010

    I was unable to find, "Toshiba L or I, 125-S121". Please include what type of system you have the issue with. Notebook PC or desktop PC? In either case,

    (Check the sides, bottom & back side of the system, there should be a label with the model number, service tag number). Can you hear any sound coming from the system other than windows media player? Is you system using windows media player version 10 or version 11. To find the version number. Open media player, click on Help, slide down to, About Windows media player.



    Mike

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Hi candy man1, I found the link to your Toshiba Satellite L25-S121.
What I was looking for is drivers for your notebook but I found little in that area. (As seen at this link:)
http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/askIris.jsp
With little information, (A manual in English would be nice). I could guide you to enter the bios & check if the sound device is enabled or set to auto. (It may be set to disable). The link above includes, (Toshiba PC Diagnostic Tool for Windows XP/2000). You can download it & install it. It may help find the reason your notebook sound is not functioning. (The single beep at start up is normal).
Please run windows update service for your notebook. Click the start button & slide to All programs. Listed at the top should be an icon, (Window Update), click on it & it should run.
Let me know how things go. Post here.

Mike

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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