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My toshiba laptop speakers (I think)

I've tried everything to fix the scratchy distorted sound coming out of my speakers- I've checked to make sure I'm running the latest components, adjusted the master volume, gone into the device manger to make sure everything is connected, even unplugged my wacom mouse tablet to see if it's causing interference, and nothing so far has fixed this problem.

I have no idea why it's happening, and it all started shortly after I had the geek squad de-virus my computer. They installed a new antivirus software and all I can think of is that it might be interfering somehow. If that's the case, can you please help me figure out how to fix it?

Thank you so much!

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On my laptop, i had the same problem, but instead of uninstalling since i didnt have the things needed i went to control panel (if u are using xp) and sort of played with the speaker control.  After a couple switching from desktop speakers to laptop speakers mono it worked again.  I have no idea what i did. >.>

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First thing to do plug in a headset if you have one and check to see if sound comes out . If you have sound then the problem is the driver for the audio. Try uninstalling and reinstall the drivers in device manager. If that doesnt work. Use the Toshiba device driver cd and completely uninstall and reinstall the audio drivers.

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