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First check you dont have a red line through your speaker on your toolbar.
If so click it and "UN-mute it.
If you are using external speakers then check that the speakers are plugged into the GREEN port on the laptop and that the speakers are powered up with the volume at about 1/2 way.
Open volume control.
When the box with all the sliders opens up click on OPTIONS (top left)
Make sure that Volume controls, Wave, SW Synth, CD PLayer, Line IN, and MIC all show on there and that the volume sliders are about half way up.
Make sure none of the sliders have ticks at the bottom, if so UNTICK them.
If any of those are missing click options then properties from the top left and put a tick besides any that were missing (nothing else unles you know you want that item)
Now close the slider box.
Put a normal music cd in your cd/dvd player on the computer and set it to play with windows media player.
You should now have sound out of the speakers.
If not double check that you have no problems with your hardware from the device manager.
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The Windows operating system on your Toshiba laptop contains a functionality that allows you to increase the volume.
Your laptop's volume is a measure of the decibel levels of sound that your Toshiba laptop will put out.
If you are having trouble hearing music of video files, you may need to boost the sound volume, which can be accomplished by following several steps.
Press the "Start" button on your desktop.
Click on the "Control Panel" icon then double-click on the icon labeled "Sounds and Audio Devices."
Click on the "Volume" tab then move the device volume slider to increase the volume.
Close the "Control Panel" when you have completed the operation, and your volume should be louder.
Hope this helps.
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