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Sound I can't seem to be able to get any sound to come out of my computer. I can see the eq moving up and down but I don't here any sound.

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I hve some problem of sound and vga drivers for toshibe dynabook satellite 4320.i want to download driver 4m net but i don,t have websites for this same drivers

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It means your sound drivers are working ok.
check your speakers on other device if working fine then check connetion cable of speaker that is green socket for voice out

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