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Laptop volume broken

I have just bought a toshiba laptop and the volume was working fine until today. I have tried to click on my speaker icon but it says no volume output device is on the computer. how could this have changed? and how do i get my volume back?

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Go to control panel/sound and audio devices/audio and check your sound card also check place an audio icon in the taskbar (you might uncheck it and check it again)

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hi,, ok this can be a major problem or a very simple one.. you might just have the volume down or muted.. two the buttom right of the screen there should be a speaker icon ,, if not move on to solution 2 ..

1.) double click the icon,, remove the mute and turn the volume lever way up..


solution 2..
click start, right click computer ,, then click properties,, click HARDWARE / DEVICE MANAGER

look for something highlighted in yellow ,, if so you have a driver crash,, if not go to solution 3 and try that and if it fails then continue from here..

go to toshiba's web site,, support / downloads ,, download and install your audio drivers..

solution 3
click start ,, all programs ,, accessories,, system tools system restore.. restore your pc to a time when it was working..

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