No sound on my Satellite after replacing HARD drive.

I recently got a new hard drive on my PC, but there is now no sound system in the computer.
I guess I need to install drivers? What drivers do I need and how to install? Thank you.



You really think that someone will be able to post a useful answer without knowing details of your laptop model and the installed windows operating system?

I can tell you a standard procedure.
After having changed and replaced the HARD drive, take the Toshiba Recovery disc and install the system using this disc.
All the drivers and tools are preinstalled on this OS, and by using the recovery disk, you should get the sound on your laptop.

Good bye

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