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I am using a laptop and it says i not got any sound devices on my system but i have built in speakers can you help me please

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Click HERE to go to Toshiba. Select your laptop model to get your sound driver.

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You have to install the drivers for the sound, you can find in the motherboard cd or from the manufacture website

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