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Assuming Windows XP (Vista is similar), go to the toshiba website support and download the appropriate sound drivers for your model. Then hold down your windows key and press the pause/break key. Select the hardware tab, then select device manager. Click the + box next to "sound,video and game controllers". Right click the audio drivers and select uninstall. You can now install your new drivers, usually just by double clicking the download.
Of course, you should go to start>settings>contol panel>sounds and audio devices before doing all that to see if it may just be a setting that is off.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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