Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
I installed an off-the-shelf copy of Windows XP Home (SP2) on this computer and applied all MS updates. I obtained drivers from the Toshiba website and applied the latest BIOS update. All driver installs went smoothly except the sound card.
After installing the sound card driver I received an error message on reboot to the effect that HHCTRL.OCX was installed in the wrong memory location. I found a hotfix for this issue on the MS site which resolved the error. Also, KB888111 (UAA support) has been applied to this machine.
Everything seems OK with the software/hardware, no errors detectable, all software behaves properly - but - no sound. No system sounds; no sound during CD playback or MP3 playback etc.
U amy have selected digital out put (ie line out ) as the computers default sound output device . go to sound section in control panel and select ur defaukt out putt device . to say truth many of windows xp updtes cause many problems to drivers of sound cards like wrong memory location etc . to say truth dont update xp . just use normal only install needed companents like mp11 , ie 7 , .net frame work etc
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
Does the icon come up in the tray if so check
to see if it is not muted
Go into device manager/propersties and see if
it lists any problem,if it says everything is working
properly remove it and let it check for changes in
device manger when it reisstalls see if that works
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
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