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Revision to Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5095 Troubleshooting

Christopher Camara

=== Sound Driver Is Disabled ===
 
After making sure that your volume is not muted, check to make sure that your sound driver is enabled. In

* From the start menu click on the
"Control Panel" under
* From here type in
the Device Manager there will be a sound option. After openingsearch box "Device Manager"
* Click on "Device Manager"
* From here click on
the sound option, findoption.
* Find
your sound driver and check to make sure it is not disabled. To check this, right
* Right
click on your sound driver and choose to enableclick enable if shown.
After making sure that your volume is not muted, check to make sure that your sound driver is enabled. In

* From the start menu click on the
"Control Panel" under
* From here type in
the Device Manager there will be a sound option. After openingsearch box "Device Manager"
* Click on "Device Manager"
* From here click on
the sound option, findoption.
* Find
your sound driver and check to make sure it is not disabled. To check this, right
* Right
click on your sound driver and choose to enableclick enable if shown.
 
=== Sound Driver Was Uninstalled ===
 
Did you install something new or do an update ondid your laptop recentlyrecently decide to update? If so, there is the possibility that this new installnewly installed program hasn't been updated yetyet. To see if this is the problem, restart your laptop and see if the problem has been solved.

If
restarting your laptop couldcomputer doesn't fix the sound and the sound driver is no where to be an easy fix.found, try:
Did you install something new or do an update ondid your laptop recentlyrecently decide to update? If so, there is the possibility that this new installnewly installed program hasn't been updated yetyet. To see if this is the problem, restart your laptop and see if the problem has been solved.

If
restarting your laptop couldcomputer doesn't fix the sound and the sound driver is no where to be an easy fix.found, try:
 
If restarting your computer doesn't fix the sound and the sound driver is no where to be found, try going* Going to Toshiba's manufacturer website. Go
* Go
to the "Support" section and there should be links for drivers.
*
After entering Toshiba Satellite L655D S5095, find the appropriate sound driver and re-install it.
If restarting your computer doesn't fix the sound and the sound driver is no where to be found, try going* Going to Toshiba's manufacturer website. Go
* Go
to the "Support" section and there should be links for drivers.
*
After entering Toshiba Satellite L655D S5095, find the appropriate sound driver and re-install it.
 
=== Headphone Jack Still Works ===
If your computer will only power on when the power adaptor is connected, then you probably have a dead battery. Lithium-ion batteries have a sort usable lifespan. This means that after a certain period of time, the battery will not be able to hold a charge. In order to test to see if this is the problem do the following:
 
*Disconnect* Disconnect the battery from the laptop.
*Disconnect* Disconnect the battery from the laptop.
 
*Try* Try to turn the device on while the AC adapter is connected.
*Try* Try to turn the device on while the AC adapter is connected.
 
If the laptop turns on and stays on, then your battery is bad and needs to be replaced. This guide will aid you in replacing your battery: [guide|12843]

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