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Audio problem on toshiba dynabook 2550S

I'm having problems on the audio of my dynabook. i thought that reformatting it would solve the problem but there's still no audio.
OS is windows XP
driver is ess e2 maestro

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Re: Audio problem on toshiba dynabook 2550S

Have you tried reinstalling your drivers? Try connecting some external speakers to the headphone jack and see if it works? If it does the speakers on the laptop are gone, if not the sound card is indeed not working. Do you have a speaker icon in your system tray by the clock?

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