Question about Sony VAIO VGN-FS830/W Notebook
If your laptop has an audio/headphone jack out then verify that there is sound being produced from this jack by using either headphones or external speakers. If you are getting audio out of that then there is a chance that the laptop speakers or amplifier is defective. If you do not get any sound from the headphone/audio jack then there could be a problem with the audio hardware. Verify that the audio output is not muted and all the volume controls are turned all the way up. You can also try going into the device manager and removing the audio device and then re-boot the computer and see if that brings the audio back. If that does not work or you have already tried that the it may in fact be a hardware issue. The audio hardware is built into the motherboard and would require motherboard replacement to fix the problem if that is the case. Let me know if you have any more questions or what you find.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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