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Loss of sound driver and other drivers after formatted.

Window media is not playing,d drive is not reading disc,and other drivers and am using windows xp after i formatted the laptop.model no psa15e-o9jq9-en. serial no 24081460p.toshiba europe gmbh.made in philippines.

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Hi there,
your model number tell me that you have a: Satellite either A10 or P10.  Please check it on the label at the bottom side of your notebook.  Identify your notebook model and you will find all you need on Toshibas download page.
select "download" select "your model" "go" -> and you are ready to download
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Regards /Teis

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

  • Teis Thomsen
    Teis Thomsen Jan 12, 2009

    Hi, 





    found a more precise link, go
    down this page and select your driver.



    dont forget to vote



    /Teis


     

  • Teis Thomsen
    Teis Thomsen Jan 14, 2009

    Hi there,


    back again, just want to know if the solution I came up with "FixYa"?
    - if so, then I would apriciate the "FixYa" vote.






    thank you
    /Teis

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