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Toshiba notebook no sound/wifi

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#1 Rakugi


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Posted 16 October 2014 - 08:14 PM

It is a:

Toshiba Satellite P100 model no, PSPAAC-MA105C

Computer properties says windows vista business, sp2


Computer is new to me used, got it for my kids to do schoolwork on, which needs the sound to work.


Under device manager sound says it says Conexant High Definition Audio, which is the driver grabbed from asking windows to find the right one.

Sound doesn't work from the built in speakers or from the headphone jack.  No error messages from window about the sond on startup or when I open windows media player to play sound.


Wifi card says it is  Intel Pro/Wireless 3945ABG Network connection.  Windows says it is working properly, but everything I try says the wifi switch is off (the phyical on on computer is on).  Wifi worked when I first got it and then mysteriously stopped.


I'm not exactly tech savvy, mostly I just use google to try and find solutions to computer propblems, so I'll trymy best to get the info you need if I haven't given enough. 


Thank you for any help you render, as I am clueless as to why this machine won't work properly.

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#2 Ivy74


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Posted 17 October 2014 - 02:29 PM

If disk manager has the driver loaded and no exclamation points the next place I commonly found this to be an issue is if you go into Control Panel and Sound you will see an option for drop down the hardware to use for sound. If you have more than one try each one.


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