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I use onboard sound card but my computer have no sound. when i look in device manager tha audio driver is aready installed. when i try to pdate, there no update available.

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Uninstall, reboot and reinstall it. Some other prog grabbed his interrupt.


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Please install / re install the driver and check back the sound.
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visit you device manager and make sure all drivers for your sound card are installed
1. right click my computer
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3. click hardware tab
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if under sounds (audio) category you will see yellow question marks, then please install the required drivers

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check device manager. This can be done in Win XP by right clicking my computer, properties, hardware, then click device manager. Alternative way to enter device manager is by clicking start menu, control panel, system (performance and maintenance), hardware then device manager.

In the deice manager window see if any question marks or exclamation points are visible.

If so, see if it the mark is for an audio device.

If it is an audio device, uninstall the device.

Next, try to install the sound card driver again. If that fails, the enter the device manager and uninstall the sound card again, restart the PC, ignore the hardware manager, and try to install the sound card driver software again.

I would update the sound card driver anyway just in case. Drivers can get corrupt. Just happens.

Hope this works.

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You probably need to make sure the new sound card is properly installed. Check device manager and make sure the new sound card does not have a yellow exclamation mark next to it.

If the card and driver are propery installed, then you can either disable the onboard audio from BIOS (enter this when the computer first boots up by pressing either F2 or delete several times)

Or
go to control panel, sound, and check the sound card as the default. Do this for .WAV and .MIDI and whatever else you see.

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check device manager. This can be done in Win XP by right clicking my computer, properties, hardware, then click device manager. Alternative way to enter device manager is by clicking start menu, control panel, system (performance and maintenance), hardware then device manager.

In the deice manager window see if any question marks or exclamation points are visible.

If so, see if it the mark is for an audio device.

If it is an audio device, uninstall the device.

Next, try to install the sound card driver again. If that fails, the enter the device manager and uninstall the sound card again, restart the PC, ignore the hardware manager, and try to install the sound card driver software again.

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Evidently you downloaded the wrong drivers. Check make and model of your sound card, or check the onboard sound in the "DEVICE MANAGER." (I'm assuming you run Windows XP). Go to the correct manufacturers website and get the right drivers. Or, it could be something as simple as the speakers are muted or disabled. Go to control panel, sounds and audio devices and make sure speakers are enabled and turned up.

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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.

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Usually if its onboard sound or a sound card that came stock with your system Windows Update should be able to find it; go into device manager and uninstall your sound device…then reboot and allow Windows to find your sound device then allow Windows to search Windows Update for the driver (this might take a minute).

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