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No hearing any sound?

I am not hearing anu sound on my toshiba laptop? how can i test to see if evereything i working correstly and if there is a problem how can i fix it?

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  • Richard Finney
    Richard Finney May 11, 2010

    Hi,



    Go to start, in the white search box type run, in the run box type

    DXDIAG.exe, when the dialog box appears, test your sound.



    This will test your sound for you, and let you know of problems



    Let me know the results please ?



    Thanks



    Richard.

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