Question about Toshiba (P000377700) Computer Speakers
Bought Toshiba laptop (Satellite Intel Centrino Duo operating Windows Vista) year ago and set Skype up on it recently. Logitech camera (Quickcam E3500) with inbuilt mike works fine, but sound is faint through laptop's inbuilt speakers - Realtek High Definition Audio (With SRS). Driver doesn't need updating, I checked. Tried Windows Media Player: no sound at all when it says it's playing (and time is running). Before you ask, speaker is set to MAX volume, says 100.
GOTO CONTROL PANEL-- check the audio devices, see if its set to the default device under playback and recording device, default is realtek,,,
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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