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Solved: No sound after installing new hard drive

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Cookie tlc, Dec 3, 2007.

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  1. Cookie tlc

    Cookie tlc Thread Starter

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    I just installed a new hard drive in a toshiba laptop M-55. the old hard drive crashed so I had to start fresh ( not files to transfer) Had the Recovery disk with all of the original drives etc. The hard drive and the new drivers when in with out any problems, expect one. I do not have any sound on the laptop at all.

    Things I have checked or tried.

    1. Made sure that the sound card was being recognized Yes it shows on the device manager and no yellow question marks
    2. That the speakers were not muted

    3. That the volume was up

    4. Down loaded new drivers

    Any other suggestions???

    Thanks is advance
     
  2. biagrin

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    check your BIOS settings
     
  3. Cookie tlc

    Cookie tlc Thread Starter

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    Could not find it in the bios now what???
     
  4. Cookie tlc

    Cookie tlc Thread Starter

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    Okay Found the sound card in bios Yeah also found that there was no speakers shown ( clicked on the laptop speakers rebooted and then updated the drivers It works now Yahoo !!
     
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