For a while I wasn't getting any sound at all. I checked volume, mute, etc, and did a bunch of stuff recommended in "Help" and eventually I got the basic sounds to play. But I still can't get sounds from websites for some reason. Any assistance would be most welcome.
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I don't want to make you feel like I think your stupid but have you checked to see if the speakers are working? It's easy, ust unplug them from the computer and plug them into a MP3 player or anything that uses headphones to make sure the speakers are working, if not figure out the problem with them, batteries, is it plugged into power, is it turned up, etc. If you know the speakers are working, click on the volume control and check to see if the mute box is checked, if you have a expanded volume control check every channel for the mute check box. if there is no check in the mute check box's make sure all the sliders controls are turned up. If your still having problems try to reload the drivers for your sound card and see if that fixes it. Finally if you have a extra sound card replace the card and see if the other card works and go from there. Some worms, malware, and viruses can check the mute boxes, also some programs (IE: games and other programs that uses the sound system) can have automatic settings that can mute the volume and does not un-mute it when you close the program, making the sound un-available for other things until you uncheck the mute boxes. Check the mute boxes, reload the sound drivers, check the functioning of the speakers. Good luck!
Plug the USB connector into an available USB port. • Check your computer's volume level. • Check if your computer's volume is muted. • Check your operating system's audio input and output settings. • Check the headset's volume and mute settings. • Restart computer.
Otherwise, I would recommend pursuing replacement options
It sounds like it may be a driver issue, but first, I'm assuming you check the volume controls on Windows to make sure it wasn't muted or anything. Yeah? Good. So let's get to the drivers. I actually have a tip here that will show you how to do this. Check it out: http://www.fixya.com/support/r9307246-fix_sound_installing_new_driver
Hope this helps!
Have you tried looking at the sound stats on the Control panel? If you go to Start / Settings / Control Panel - then select the speaker icon. Check the first bar 'Volume Control' is at the correct level and hasn't been muted.
If this is not working you may want to try the microsoft office or other relevant website.
You need to first find out what chipset your on-board card uses my friend. Check all the documentation to find out. You will need the exact set. Now search the net for an updated set of drivers that matches your operating system (XP SP1/2 etc). Now go to device manager and delete anything which has sound connections (MIDI Interfaces, MICs etc..). Now click the 'scan for changes' icon in device manager. Use the new drivers you downloaded.
You may have hit the mute button, you may have turned the volume down using the buttons or you may have accidentally put it in airplane mode or another mode where "sound off" is specified. Hit the volume mute button, hit the volume up button, go to settings for the volume option, go to the settings menu and change the mode that the phone is set to a standard mode
Check if the drivers are installed .goto control panel> audio propertied and check if the drivers are installed and it is not grayed out..if driver is not installed then goto toshiba website ,find your model and you will be able to download the drivers for your laptop..............