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Sound Problems Help! I have a Toshiba Satellite A15 Laptop. Yesterday the sound went out. I am trying to troubleshoot the problem. I removed the modem and rebooted, still no sound. I'm trying to download drivers, but cannot find any. Any suggestions

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Try Google typing Toshiba Satellite A15 Laptop drivers?. Google never fails to assist you modems dont cause sound problems sound drivers do. good luck

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Turn your laptop off.

Remove the battery.

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