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How can i get my sound back?

By destolove ·
I converted my Toshiba laptop from window vista to window xp and since then i have a sound problem, please help get my sound back, my toshiba laptop model no is psld2e-00300ks. do send me reply through my email

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Well first things first

by OH Smeg In reply to How can i get my sound ba ...

This is a Public Forum so it not a good idea to list your E-Mail Address you Inbox is going to get filled with Spam. I suggest that you edit it out now before things get too out of Control.

As for the Sound not working on your Toshiba NB you need to install the XP Sound Drivers for it to work before you connect tot he Windows Update Servers.

Go here and enter the full Model Details of your NB

http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/home.jsp?nav=Product%20Support#

Then download any XP Drivers that are available. If you have already connected to the Windows Update Servers and this uses a Realtech Sound Device you'll need to reinstall the OS to get the sound working as the Realtech Drivers are not Digitally Signed and will not work if you have already connected to the M$ Update Site.

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you need to reinstall xp

by ismail.magued In reply to How can i get my sound ba ...

before you decided to install vista
you missed one thing. find the compatible sound drivers for windows vista.

so step 1:

Reinstall your original os.

Step2:
look at your sound device
locate the manufacturer
locate the exact driver

you need to do this in order to locate the windows vista drivers.
Note. Only a handful of audio drivers are
compatible with windows vista

reinstall your original os by that i mean windows xp.
Keep Windows installed until you are positive that you have located the updated drivers for windows vista.
if need be test the drivers on the same unit with vista other than your own.

WELL do all of the above and you should be just fine

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