Question about Panasonic TB C1 I5-520M 2.4G 2GB 250GB12.1-WXGA BT XPT - CF-C1ADAHG6M PC Notebook
Download all the drivers at once from 'Driver Bundles' at Panasonic's website below. Just pick your Model and the Operating System you have. They downloaded all together in a folder on my Desktop when I did it. I was struggling to get my sound to work before I stumbled across this easy fix. I just went to Device Manger and pointed the sound to that Desktop Folder. It picked up the driver by itself without pointing it to the sound driver in that folder, but just the folder. You can do the same thing with any other driver you are missing. I was so pleased it was that easy.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2015
Have you tried a pair of headphones to see if you can get sound through them? if not then i suggest you do so, if you cant hear anything then it is almost certainly an issue with the built in sound card and these normally aren't repairable in laptops. with this in mind jump on ebay or something and get yourself a cheap usb soundcard around $10 or $15 it's alot cheaper then a new laptop
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Posted on Oct 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cf-50 sound problem
You have an incorrect driver - sometimes several different drivers have to be tried to get sound to work. A utility called Driver Magician will detect and tell you what sound device you have, you can use it in free by telling it to register later and it will work to tell you the device name and manufacturer.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
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SOURCE: Toughbook CF-51 Sound
I recently tried a dual boot with Windows7/Ubuntu 9.10. I lost audio despite all efforts in both of those operating systems until I reinstalled XP.
Still I had no sound until I installed a correct HOTKEY driver off the panasonic web site. Apparently there is an important switching function by this driver (?!) that is required. BEWARE OF THIS!
My system: CF-51LCMDDBM Mk2ll
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
Have you check Device Manager and under sound, video and game controllers to see if you have any yellow ? marks next to anything. You would go to start-control panel-system-hardware-device manager.
If you have any yellow marks missing then you will need to find the driver for those.
It may be a codec that you need too.
Also Start/ control panel/ Sounds check that MUTE is not selected and that volume is UP.
Could be these drivers that you need Audio Output: Sound card Audio Codec: STAC9751 Compliant Standards: AC '97.
Check this site and make sure you have the complete model number, There are several different ones for your Cf51 that should look like this CF-51xxxxA/H/Qxx (mk1) . Some model numbers require that you have Sevice Pack 2 or SP2 for windows installed for the sound driver to work.
Posted on Mar 14, 2010
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