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I replaced my hardrive and now there is no sound. UNder the control panel under sound/audio it reads no audio device

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Have you installed audio driver after replacing new hardrive? If not you need to install it in order to make audio device works

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Sometimes the drivers aren't automatically updated or loaded when you install new hard drives. What I suggest is you download the sound drivers again for you Toshiba Satellite A135-S2276 laptop. Click here for the link to download site. All you have to do is enter your Operating System ( e.g. Windows 7, Vista, XP ) and you will click on the sound driver and download it.
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