Question by Jerzey: How do I fix my laptop’s speakers?
I attain a Windows 7 “Satelite” from Toshiba. My speakers were working properly, until I stepped on the laptop on accident. I do not know exactly on what I stepped on, but I think I stepped on the buttons near the mouse and it did this extreme loud noise that would not go away so I shut off my laptop and even as it was shutting off, the noise didn’t stop. I turned it back on, and the volume on my speakers were muted and I pressed on the icon and the troubleshooter could not identify the problem, either. The next day, my laptop’s speakers were working again, but once I shut if off, the next day it won’t work again. How can I fix this?
Answer by bon-gart
You most likely have either caused a short on the motherboard,or actually broken the motherboard by stepping on the laptop. Since this is not a warranty issue, you will have to pay to replace the motherboard and make this problem go away. This can be expensive. So, consider replacing the laptop… or if you paid for an extra warranty when you purchased it, take it back to your point of purchase for repair.
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