No sound on Satellite L350 in Vista

Can someone help me with a sound problem?

I've never had no sound on my laptop since I bought it never worked?
I n t bothered at the time where I bought a year ago and the warranty is now expired, but I would now try to solve this problem, if I can do it easily?

The speaker in the task bar has a red cross on it and says no audio output device is installed, but according to Toshiba sound diagnosis: Realtek High Definition Audio version = which is a sound card, so one is installed?

According to Device Manager the device works correctly, and the drivers are up to date.
Therefore, if a sound card is installed and working properly, why the computer says no audio output device is installed? I don't understand how anything can look ok when it is not?

I understand a possible solution would be to uninstall the sound drivers and reinstall them, or to make sure that the bios is up to date?

I am not so computer or either of these solutions might work, please could someone tell me how in a few simple steps?

Thank you.

> The speaker in the task bar has a red cross on it and says no audio output device is installed, but according to Toshiba sound diagnosis: Realtek High Definition Audio version = which is a sound card, so one is installed?

In my opinion, this means that the sound driver is not installed properly!
I recommend reinstalling the audio driver once more.
Visit the European driver Toshiba page and download the audio driver for your laptop model.
Then uninstall the old driver installed (in the software of the control panel to uninstall the audio driver from Realtek).
You can also do this in Device Manager > audio, video controller and game-> audio controller.
Here, uninstall the driver.
Restart the laptop and install the Realtek driver audio download.

Usually, this should help
Also, make sure that mute is not activated normally, you can enable and disable the 'secret' using Fn + ESC

If nothing helps, try this:

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