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First of all, let me ask you, what kind of window do you install on your laptop? if the answer is Window Xp. download the driver from http://www.notebook-driver.com/lg/lg-notebook-k1-express-driver-for-windows/. scroll down, you will see something like this [Sound] Realtek AC97 Sound Driver Ver 18.104.22.16820 _XNOTE(K1) click on the AUDIO.zip. and wait for a moment, a window will pop out for you to download the driver. after downloading the driver, follow the onscreen instruction. NOTE: the size of it is 18mb. Good luck.
check also the the device manager so you can actually see if the driver software for the sounds is properly installed or needs to be reinstalled. if that is so you need the drivers and utilities CD that came with the computer. after successfully seeing the driver window check the audio driver and install the driver that have a check mark. after that restart the system.
you can also try to do system restore 1-2 days before you have the problem. to do system restore in windows xp, click start, click accessories, click system tools and click system restore. at the system restore window click next or restore, after that theres another window that will show you the dates you can choose, again choose the date 1-2days before you got the problem the hit next and finish. if the system restore doesnot work try again to choose another restore point.
if you are using windows vista or windows 7, click start and in the start search type in " system restore " and same thing do the same instructions above
If you have a Toshiba Recovery CD you may be able to install XP, otherwise :-
You need a Windows XP installation CD together with the installation Product code.
To install Windows XP insert the CD in the laptop and boot up with the CD and follow the screen instructions.
Dear the drivers which u have for vista for eg LAN / SOUND/ CHIPSET they all are common for any operating system ur load...............so don't take tension install xp & load the drivers.........................Sameeraryan
How do I downgrade?
Install a copy of Windows XP Professional with the product key that came with the copy, and then when you hit the activation screen - which is near the end of the installation process - select the activate by phone option rather than the online method. You'll likely end up talking with a live rep; tell him that you're downgrading from Vista to XP, and give him the Vista product key. The rep is supposed to walk you through the rest.