Question about Toshiba Satellite M115-S1061 Notebook
No mixer devices found
No volume control
Sound card doesnt show up in BIOS
Device Manager: no audio device
I've tried the Troubleshoot fixes
Is my sound card fried. is an onboard card replaceable?
If not, will an external sound card work with my internal speakers?
Thanks so much!
Make sure when the computer first starts up that you enter the setup BIOS( by either hitting f2, Delete, or whatever for you specific computer and there should be setting on one of the pages to either enable or dissable onboard sound. Sound cards don't interact good with anything else that is in your computer or anything that you may have recently installed such as an add in usb card, ethernet card, whatever. But you basically need to find out where your sound is coming from. An adapter card or onboard. I highly doubt you fried anything. But if so there are ways around that so don't despair. Get back with me if you need to a give me some more indepth info on your computer. Thanks
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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