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avalonci

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About a month ago my pc started to cut in and out of sound and the only thing that worked was to plug in headphones. Now, nothing works.

I have a Toshiba Satellite 1100 laptop, operating under Windows XP Pro. I have not downloaded or installed any sound card updates; the only thing i have updated is through Windows AutoUpdate, including Service Pack 2. I have run through every device manager/trouble shoot I could find on my pc and nothing has changed.

Suggestions are welcome.
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Hemal

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In your device manager - make sure there are no question marks or exclamation points in your audio catagories
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Everything checks out in my device manager. As far as my pc's concerned the sound system is fully functional.
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just because device manager says that it is there doesn't mean it really is.....try taking the card out and putting it in another machine if you can...or getting another card and testing it in your machine..
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