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#1 ccozart09

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Posted 29 May 2011 - 09:22 PM

hey guys new here. um i have a toshiba satellite which came with vista on it. vista got infected so i deleted it and put xp pro on it. now my speakers wont work. how do i get them to work? thanks

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Posted 30 May 2011 - 05:10 AM

hey guys new here. um i have a toshiba satellite which came with vista on it. vista got infected so i deleted it and put xp pro on it. now my speakers wont work. how do i get them to work? thanks


Hi,

Can you give us the exact model of your toshiba, also can you download and install Everest.....

http://majorgeeks.com/download.php?det=4181

Install Everest and run
Click Report (top menu) > Report Wizard > Next
Choose System Summary Only > Next
Choose Plain Text > Finish and wait for report to generate
Click Save to File and leave the File Name as Report, then click the Save as Type dropdown and choose Report files (*txt) and click Save (n.b. Save to desktop is best as easy place to find it, use Browse to locate desktop)

this will give us a good insight as to what hardware is in your machine and help find the correct solution.

Iain.
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