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External speakers for toshiba laptop problem

I have toshiba laptop. my internal/built-in speakers can play audio but when i plug in external speaker it wont play? please help.

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Check device manager and make sure the audio drivers are not disabled. If so enabled it. I am quite sure you have checked to see if its muted. If it is enabled and its not working, try updating the drivers or uninstalling and reinstalling latest driver audio driver OEM site.

**If you reinstall the same driver you might get the same error but its what a shot.**

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