Question about Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook
One of the first things I noticed about the Toshiba is that the classic sound dial on the front of the machine was no longer a hardware control. The dial now controls the master software volume control, and for this reason was quite a bit sensitive. It took several turns of the dial to adjust it from high volume to no volume, though I imagine this could be adjusted in software.
The speakers themselves seemed to be of moderate quality. I did not try to max them out, but after a certain point the sound did become distorted on the music I was listening to, a Q8 Ogg Vorbis recording downloaded from Jamendo.
The sound jacks are on the front of the system, which is somewhat of a mixed blessing. My current laptop has the sound jacks on the side, and this makes angled connectors favorable in all conditions. By moving them to the front, they seem more awkwardly placed. Without an angled connector, it seems that a plug could be easily pulled or leaned on, but with an angle connector the cable would then go out to the sides better. However, it seems that by putting them on the front, you gain a greater ability to reposition yourself with respect to the system without worrying about pulling too much on the cord if you pull too far to one side or the other.
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Posted on Oct 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
type this in your search engine ....
toshiba support-content list
some tittles of exactly what you typed in will display...
click on one and youll be at the download page...
just been there.I'd type the page in for u but its very long as youll see when u get there.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
Hi, there are few steps to allow the wireless network to get connected to the internet.follow these steps
try it and inform to fixya.com
Posted on Jun 03, 2008
Try uninstalling sp3 from add or remove programmes in control panel..because some of the drivers are not compatible with sp3
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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