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Try restarting your computer while holding down the X key. This may force the computer to start up using your Mac OS X system. If it does, release the X key, then open System Preferences and click Startup Disk. Make sure your Mac OS X system is selected. If you are unable to start up using the X key, restart your computer and immediately press and hold the Option key. Release the Option key when icons start to appear in the center of the screen. Select the Mac OS X system disk, then click the forward arrow to continue starting up.
If the above attempts to reselect your Mac OS X startup volume are unsuccessful, try resetting PRAM. Shut down your computer, then turn on the computer and immediately press and hold Command-Option-P-R until you hear the startup sound for the second time. Open System Preferences, click Startup Disk, and select your Mac OS X volume.
Hope this helps. If none of these options fix your problem, bring your computer to an Apple store, they are always very helpful and almost never fail to fix the problem!
the sound card in n that netbook is a very weak one, alot of people complain, could be that could also be that you have the wave volume turned down... go to start control panel sound and audio devices right under the volume slider click the advanced tab make sure all tabs there are maxxed out if that doesnt work turn dolby on, suposedl;y that helps... if that doesnt work, turn the volume up all the way, play a soft song, like saxaphone music, adn get the speaker close to your ear, if you can barely hear the music, and get about the same amount of static or white noise, you have a shorted circuit with the internal sound system...
This problem is likely caused by overheating. The CPU reaches a temp to high and shuts the system down. When you try to turn it on the system is still to hot and it will not let the computer power on. You can try blowing out the fans and heat sink with an air compressor or can of compressed air. If this does not help the problem you may need to have thermal compound reapplied. If that does not fix it it will need a new heatsink/fan/
The thinkpads have a sound key on the keyboard. usually operated by holding down the FN key and pressing the key with the (think its blue) speaker symbol on it. Make sure this is on and the volume is turned up.
Also check that the volume under the Sound option in control panel is on.
If these are suggest obtaining latest sound drivers from IBM web site and reinstalling them.
System Restore 2 days back and you should be all good. Press the flag button or "start" and go to the my computer part. Don't click on it to enter it but right click on it, now scroll down to system restore and restore either 2days back, or a date befor the problem occured. :]
Locate the volume knob (toshiba laptops normally has this volume know located on the side of the laptop). Make sure it turned on. and see what happens. Even if the sound icon in the taskbar is turned up but if this knob is not then there would be no sound at all. I am assuming that your drivers are good since you said in the device manager that all are working properly.
here u need an upgrade it might be that u r using a older version of sound card or an inbuilt sound card that is shipped with the system ....,.hence the videos that r released nowerdays are HD(high defination) videos..........so there r two options that u can try http://en.utilidades-utiles.com/download-vlc-windows-vista.php and download the vlc player from the internet it might resolve the issue or u can attach an sound card to ur system...............u will get an sound card in the market or call up ur vendor and order a sound card.......i garentee ur sound issue will be resolved...................................if not then send me an mail on firstname.lastname@example.org........................