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ThinkPad R40 with no sound

My R40 does not have sound. In device manager all drivers are installed for the sound card. Sound would play through headphone jack but not copmuter speakers. I attached docking station and could still use headphones off of it. When going into the system speaker in device manager / system devises it says that the system speakers drive is not installed. I have gone to Lenovo website and downloaded and installed the drivers. Still no luck. Now my headphones wont play any sound. I have checked all the other basic stuff. Sound turned up, media player turned up. Is there something I am missing?? Please help!! i formatted the r60 and with the windows xp i am able to hear all the default sound ,but when i try for any other or no sound device installed , i tried downloading the driver and installed still its not working

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Re: ThinkPad R40 with no sound

Have you tried going into your master volume contro properties and turned everything up there. If you double click on your volume control near the time and go to properties you'll find all the controls there. Let me know if that works for you.

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I would provide a direct link to the driver, but you did not list the specific Type of Thinkpad R60 that you own. There are many types. Also it may matter if you have XP SP1 or SP2.

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