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I have no sound card. The sound was working fine since I got the compuer, and now it doesn't work.

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To check if the sound card is working and enabled go to Control Panel - System - Hardware - Device Manager, click on Sound, vodeo, game controller. Check the sound card is enabled and working.
If not reinstall the sound driver.
If it is OK then check the Volume control, check the volume level and the Mute box setting.

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Go to toshiba's website, then look up your model " Satellite A105-S4334 " > Look for drivers/download section > Look for sound card driver > Install and restart your laptop and you should be working.

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