02-09-2010 10:46 AM
02-22-2010 09:49 AM
Same here but on a P105 S6147. I upgraded from Vista to Win7 (32 bit). The sound worked fine for a while but now -- nothing. All the diagnostics say it works ("this device is working properly" or when I play something the bars move to indicate sound intensity).
I've reloaded the drivers and the Toshiba Software Installer for Windows 7. Nothing.
I've checked the front panel jack. Nothing.
I've checked the volume control wheel. Nothing.
It's like the sound is being misdirected, but I have no idea how to trace it. Any ideas would be appreciated.
04-17-2010 12:48 PM
Same problem here. After my laptop fell down no sound att all on internal speakers, only when I hook up external speakers or headphones I can hear the sound.
08-12-2010 08:14 PM
Had the same problem. I upgraded to windows 7. Found this driver .exe that fixed it.
2. click the download tab
3. Choose your option. I chose "Download this file by viewing a series of ads (no registration required)" . I looked all over and this was the only one that worked for me, but it did work. The only privacy stuff I had to fill out was year of birth, sex, and zipcode, it let me skip thru the ads (think there was like 5).
4. I think the download started automatically (minus having to allow the download).
I tried to attach the file to this post, but it's too big.
08-12-2010 08:17 PM
If this worked for you, help some folks out and list your model number! I looked for this mother for like a week and downloaded 4 other drivers that didn't work.
08-17-2010 04:02 PM
before you install the sound i do suggest the first thing that you need to do is to check the device first in the device manager because theres no sense if you will install the driver if the hardware it self is not detected if its not detected do power flee ( remove power adaptor , remove battery hold power button down for 10 secs.)
reconnect everything go to the BIOS and set it to default (hit F12 upon booting up ) press F9 to set it to default and F10 save and exit changes and once the Nb firing up go to device manager and check the sound if the sound is detected install the driver and it should work but if it didnt its repair time
08-17-2010 09:04 PM
There was an issue on this system going from XP to Vista. The sound would not work yet Device Manager looked fine. I had to force the sound driver. You may have to do it here as well. Not sure. This was a while back that I did it. We self extracted the sound driver and manually installed it.