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Audio on Notebook PC Maddeningly Stops

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#1 LJMac


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Posted 02 January 2010 - 10:57 AM

Once I boot up the audio on my Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook PC works fine and will continue to do so until the program; Foobar, VLC media player, etc, completes the playlist or CD then will not restart with that or any media player program, even normal PC sounds then no longer emit without a reboot. After reboot the precise experience detailed above happens again. I've updated all drivers using Driver Genius Pro. No problems showing up in Device Manager. Running Windows XP Pro. Please help! Many thanks. LJMac

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