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My sound has just gone!!! even with speakers

My sound has just gone!!! even with speakers plugged in there is nothing

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Go to toshiba.com, choose model number and operating system. You can re-download the audio driver (free) from here. Install and reboot. You will be good to go!

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The sound is gone


one or three possible answers,

1. check to see if "mute" is on ( dont laugh, sometimes its the simple things that get us flustered)
2, its possible the speakers are gone, if it near anything magnetic, remove from near speakers and see if that solves problem, if nothing magnetic is near speakers, they may be dead. if the sound works only when things are connected to tv, its not speakers, but a component/setup issue. refer to owner's manual.
3. check to see if the red/white/yellow cables are firmly plugged in, or any other sound component that is hooked up from your output source (cablebox/dvr/ antenna) are plugged into the input on your tv.

It may have to go to the shop, if that doesnt work, best of luck

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All of a sudden the speaker on my camcorder is not working even though the volume is turned up


This sounds like the camera has been put on ear-plug setting, see if you can hear with that, if nothing heard you have a sound card gone.

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Faint sound from the speakers


Most speakers are mains powered (either plugged directly into a wall socket, or maybe using a 12volt adaptor), and inside the speakers will use a small amplifier circuit. These circuits are prone to often going faulty and may lose one speaker or both, so instead the speaker will then only play the sound as it gets it from the PC (or hifi etc.).

Audio to speakers is not sent in a 'loud' form, but is instead just a very high quality weak signal that must be amplified to be heard. Typically a PC sound output may be just .5 to 1.5 volts only, just enough to work a set of headphones but nothing much more.

I suggest checking your speakers on another item, such as a CD player or hifi that definatly works, and if its the same, its most likely the 'amp' gone faulty. It's not really worth fixing as they usually only break in cheaper types of speakers - so its as easy to just buy another set.

If they work OK on other devices, maybe check these things:

Is the volume up on the computer ? Check on the volume icon on the taskbar, and also if its a laptop check its not got a volume dial that has been accidentaly turned down/off.

Test the computer with other speakers, to just narrow down the fault.

Some PC's have several output sockets at the rear (or front), so make sure you have it plugged in to the correct socket - even if you have used it before, some PC's software can actually change what comes from each socket, so your MIC socket could now have become your SPEAKER socket, or other settings may have been changed by other software.

Check your operating system is not using a 4 speaker setup instead, and sending the sound to non-existent rear speakers/woofers/tweaters. My own PC has 8 outputs, so I make sure nothing alters my settings or i'd never hear it again ;)

Its also possible for the PC audio chip to go faulty, but that is very very rare. If nothing else works & the speakers are known working ones, you may have to try a new sound card.

Remember that plugging the standard 3.5mm stereo jack plug into the wrong sound card socket will not cause harm, you may just hear a loud 'THUMP' or click as the power goes across.

One last thing is, try reinstalling your audio drivers. PC operating systems can lose driver functions and do any possible thing you can imagine. It may be as simple as a reinstall to wake up the audio card again.

Good luck.

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I assume that your sound is turned on and the volume is turned up. Try earphones. If they work the speaker is possibly damaged or the jack plug connections are bad. If they don't, the amp section is possibly damaged.

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Since it is still playing audio, just not on the laptop's speakers, then likely your speakers have gone bad. They are replaceable but sometimes getting to them can be a pain as well as finding another set of speakers for it.

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Am sure that the internal transformer is gone, You would have powered your speaker with a step up/step down transformer, you need to see a technician around you that can help you out, you need to replace a 220V-230V transformer in the speaker since your country requires that.

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install motherboard software den restart your pc, tnx

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It might be that you have a bad solder joint somewhere. Try shaking the speaker when playing, but be careful not to short the speaker wire connections. If it returns to normal at any point this is a dry joint somewhere.

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