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Internet card and sound card not recognised on toshiba laptop

We recently had to replace the hard drive on our toshiba laptop because of coffee damage. the laptop runs fine now with the exception of the internet /ethernet card and the sound card. the laptop keeps saying that these are not installed. I would replace them and reinstall them if I knew what parts I was looking for. But I dont. I have taken the laptop apart a few times to fix it and clean the heat sink and replace other parts. But I simply do not know which parts i should replace or if there is another way to fix the internet card and sound card problem.

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  • Amie Sugat Jan 27, 2009

    its a Toshiba satellite (8100/81005 ??). I am not so worried about the sound card as I am the internet. I need internet to run my business...

  • Amie Sugat Jan 27, 2009

    its a satellite A100/A105 series

  • Amie Sugat Jan 27, 2009

    I could not find a diagram of the internal hardware on the Toshiba website.

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Go to your manufactor website page find suport page and get your driver's from there. if u put your brand name o laptop it will be more helfull for all
         

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