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Jing2x

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Hello,

What is the model # of that Toshiba ?

Hi Joe,

 

It`s a Toshiba Satellite C650D. That`s what it says on the front of the user manual.

 

Thanks,

 

Jing


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Hello Jing,

A few things you can try;

First
  • Start
  • Control Panel
  • Hardware and sound
  • Adjust system volume
  • now you are on Volume mixer page
  • click on the speakers icon (not on the words)
  • Enhancements
  • disable all sound effects
Then try a test.

Next you may try below exercise

Step 1
Trace your hand along the front, right and left sides of the notebook to locate the volume control. Slide the wheel to the right to boost speaker volume. Please note You may or may not have this control but check for it.

Step 2
Click "Start | Control Panel | Hardware and Sound | Sound." Click "Speakers," then "Properties."

Step 3
Click "Enhancements." Deselect "Loudness Equalization" and then click "OK." Click "OK" again. The Loudness Equalization boosts bass and treble levels at low volumes, but it can limit the maximum volume level when enabled.


Let me know if anything there is helpful to you.
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Hello Jing,

A few things you can try;

First

  • Start
  • Control Panel
  • Hardware and sound
  • Adjust system volume
  • now you are on Volume mixer page
  • click on the speakers icon (not on the words)
  • Enhancements
  • disable all sound effects
Then try a test.

Next you may try below exercise

Step 1
Trace your hand along the front, right and left sides of the notebook to locate the volume control. Slide the wheel to the right to boost speaker volume. Please note You may or may not have this control but check for it.

Step 2
Click "Start | Control Panel | Hardware and Sound | Sound." Click "Speakers," then "Properties."

Step 3
Click "Enhancements." Deselect "Loudness Equalization" and then click "OK." Click "OK" again. The Loudness Equalization boosts bass and treble levels at low volumes, but it can limit the maximum volume level when enabled.


Let me know if anything there is helpful to you.

 

Hi Joe,

 

Sorry but I haven't gotton a chance to work on it, I've been busy at work. I will try to do the steps sometime today. Thanks.

 

Jing


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Hello Jing,

A few things you can try;

First

  • Start
  • Control Panel
  • Hardware and sound
  • Adjust system volume
  • now you are on Volume mixer page
  • click on the speakers icon (not on the words)
  • Enhancements
  • disable all sound effects
Then try a test.

Next you may try below exercise

Step 1
Trace your hand along the front, right and left sides of the notebook to locate the volume control. Slide the wheel to the right to boost speaker volume. Please note You may or may not have this control but check for it.

Step 2
Click "Start | Control Panel | Hardware and Sound | Sound." Click "Speakers," then "Properties."

Step 3
Click "Enhancements." Deselect "Loudness Equalization" and then click "OK." Click "OK" again. The Loudness Equalization boosts bass and treble levels at low volumes, but it can limit the maximum volume level when enabled.


Let me know if anything there is helpful to you.

 

Hi Joe,

 

Sorry but I haven't gotton a chance to work on it, I've been busy at work. I will try to do the steps sometime today. Thanks.

 

Jing

 

Hi Joe,

 

I followed the steps that you suggested. I tried watching some videos on YouTube and the volume is still cutting out after awhile. Once the volume cuts out, I'll pause the video for a couple of minutes or so and when I play it again the volume is restored. This is extremely annoying and I don't know how all this started and came about.

 

Thanks,

 

Jing


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OK.

Let me look into that a bit more, seems you're not the only one with that issue on a Toshiba.

see Here

I'll do a bit more searching for you and see what I come with.

Joe
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OK.

Let me look into that a bit more, seems you're not the only one with that issue on a Toshiba.

see Here

I'll do a bit more searching for you and see what I come with.

Joe

Hi Joe,

 

Thank you for looking into this volume issue for me and for the link you provided. Hopefully there's some sort of solution regarding this issue.

 

Kind regards,

 

Jing


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The only other idea I have is to reinstall the sound driver downloaded from the Toshiba site. I'll find the driver for you. Others have done this too without results.
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