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If you need drivers for hardware that came installed in your computer or laptop then the recommended way to get them is to visit your computer manufacturers website e.g Toshiba, Acer, HP etc. The drivers are usually listed under Support > Downloads or similar heading.
If you are using a Windows operating system then Windows Updates will sometimes find a suitable updated driver for your devices. These will be listed in Windows Updates under Optional Updates. You should not presume that there are no updated drivers if none are listed here and always check with the manufacturer.
Rarely you might find that the latest driver provided by your computer manufacturer does not work and/or is not suitable, in these cases you should install the previous version which is available from the computer manufacturer or by using the Roll back driver method in the Device Manager and then visit the hardware manufacturer e.g Intel, nVidia etc and look at their Support > Downloads for a suitable updated driver. Again sometimes the hardware manufacturer driver is not suitable because it does not contain any changes that your computer manufacturer driver needs, if so then go back to computer manufacturer and install their version even if it is older.
I do not recommend downloading drivers from any other source including any driver websites as these drivers are usually provided by unknown sources and can cause unrepairable damage to your computer or hardware, it is also highly likely that some of these sources may have malware disguised as a driver file which once you try to install the driver will instead install malware which could potentially download further malware infections leaving your computer very unstable and any info on it compromised, lost or damaged
You can download the device drivers for your laptop from thelaptop manufacturer's WEB site. I cannot give you the link to the laptop manufacturer's WEB site because youhave not provided me with the details of the make and model of your laptop.
You can download the printer driver for your computer from the printer manufacturer's WEB site. I cannot give you the link to the printer manufacturer's WEB site because youhave not provided me with the details of the make and model of your printer.
You can download the WiFi and device drivers for your laptop from thelaptop manufacturer's WEB site. I cannot give you the link to the laptop manufacturer's WEB site because youhave not provided me with the details of the make and model of your laptop.
Hello Friend, There is a sound driver problem in your laptop. Install a sound driver from a driver CD given by manufacturer if it is not provided then go to the manufacturers web site n download drivers then install it. After install restart your PC n check for sound. Hope this may solve your problem reply n vote as early as possible...