Question about Toshiba (P000352160) Computer Speakers
Could this be because the speakers are under your laptop? Propping it up might help. Or alternatively check the volume control. There is seperate volume for main volume and wav volume. Raise them both. -Ravi Shanghavi
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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