Satellite Pro A100 - audio artifacts / Virtual Sound
My Satellite Pro A100 (PSAA3E) has a boring character: audio (MP3, DVD, MPEG audio, etc.) reading is accompanied by a rumbling of objects of type "underwater." The same files (audio or video) or played on any other computer in the House of discs play perfectly well.
Since the problem seems to be related to this laptop, I tried to watch the audio software updates.
I noticed the Virtual Sound up-to-date. Downloaded, he ran. Installation upgrade needed to the previous version to remove, I did. Re-directed the program installation and received the message: "Effect Audio TOSHIBA does not support your computer."
Now, I still have the annoying audio artifacts, but I do not have any version of the Virtual Sound utility!
Someone at - it guidance to offer on this situation?
Thank you very much...
I can t believe that it of not possible to install it too much if it has been downloaded driver Toshiba and the box on the right page.
I found a statement of installation for this laptop. He was placed in the pilot area.
I think you should follow this guide to install the software and drivers.
Sorry, but I put t see any other possibility to install Toshiba stuff on your laptop.
As far as I remember that some drivers and utilities need other applications. Therefore, the order is important.
I have the Satellite Pro A100 (PSAAC) "PSAACE - 00200DG 3"with Windows XP."
I recently formatted my hard drive and run my Toshiba Recovery CD. Everything worked very well. As I downloaded the latest drivers for my computer including the Toshiba Virtual Sound drivers. After I deleted the old Virtual Sound driver and started installing new version of same message appears "Toshiba Virtual Sound can't stand your computer."
Then I tried to install a later version of the same thing that was on the recovery CD and I would get the same message again. Moreover, after any new installation of Windows XP, Virtual Sound works OK. Please someone had the same problem and could you give me a solution.
Have you downloaded the right version? I mean the version for your model of laptop (PSAAC)?
I have a Satellite Pro A100, with a RUG * a DVD-RAM UJ - 841 S Drive.
It will read fine data disks, but refuses to play with the audio CD or video DVD.
I tried to uninstall & Re-Installing DVD - RAM Driver;
That got rid of the "IO error" that I received, unfortunately I don't notice the full error: S.
He now just doesn't see the drive. Someone at - it ideas?
I did a full windows update, and the Toshiba Diagnostic util tell me anything useful except "Fail" :(
I found a thread in this forum that describes a similar theme:
Sometimes this error is displayed because the player does not support the environment.
Always it is every way is supported by readers and I think that in the user manual, you will find an index CDs or DVDs compatible
Maybe the drive is defective and can not calibrate lens in the right position.
But this laptop is not very old, and I can't imagine that the drive is defective
However, nothing is impossible.
What you can do is to carefully clean the lens and see that it will help.
One of my friends has a Satellite Pro A100 722 he had some viruses on the laptop that a local store has quoted £40 for removing viruses etc.
When he told me that he had to pay £40, I proposed to install xp so that it can remove viruses.
I installed my copy of xp on my 2 pc and laptop with no problems.
After the xp installed when I try to install the realtek hd audio driver, it seems that they install but after reboot I still they yellow! in the Device Manager.
Im very used to reinstall I do not my 4 pc every 3 months, but for whatever reason this Satellite Pro doesn't want to play ball.
Ive been trying to install drivers for 2 days and do not want to give my friend a laptop without all the drivers installed
Ive noticed the other toshiba user suffer from similar problems on a100 - could someone help me pls im just trying to save a friend of money as all my normal reinstalls go very well.
But after 2 days of trying to install different drivers I want to throw out the window :)
What version of Windows XP Home edition, you have installed (SP?)?
Which driver do you use?
This driver is downloaded from the Toshiba support page?
I need advice/help on how I can restore my sound.
I have a series of satellite Pro A100 PSAACE-007002EN and lost my sound. I may be deleted to do a check for spyware AOL and does not give me the option to save the file.
All I have is the departure of sound for windows and if I am on msn and I am invited to speak while the sound is given, too. I lost the notification sound on my aol opening of session and closing session and email notification. I don't hear sound not play my music either.
I recommend you to roll back the OS to the beginning.
You can use the system restore which is part of the Windows operating system.
I guess you have removed or replace some settings or files and restoring the system must bring these parameters at the beginning.
I'm a complete novice - I have a Satellite Pro A100 - portable PSAAPE
It says it has a sound card, but I'm not all the sounds of him
I tried following the resolution of the problems, but I still can't make it work
Any advice appreciated
Sorry, but you can specify your problem more exactly. I mean, sorry, when I tell you that my car do not drive - do you know where is the problem? ;)
So what I need to know is:
-which is the OS installed?
-the fact that you have installed the latest drivers?
-have you ever tried to get your machine?
-Since when the sound has stopped working?
-a made his work before?
-the fact that you have installed recently a few new pieces of software?
If you can give me more information on this subject that I can maybe help you...
I reformatted the satellite Pro A100 PSAA3E and Windows XP SP3.
I'm not all the sounds to work on the laptop.
I tried to uninstall and reinstall the drivers from the Toshiba site, but no luck.
Any ideas how I can get this problem resolved?
Thanks in advance.
You have installed a sound driver? You can download it on the Toshiba page:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported Downloads & => Download drivers
The SP3 for XP contains two important fixes for audio cards high definition. SP3 must be installed first and then the audio driver, otherwise it won't work. So maybe reinstalling the audio driver might also solve this problem.
In addition, you must use the forum search. You will find a sufficient number of threads on this problem! ;)
I recently bought a psaa3e Satellite Pro A100.
I formatted and installed Win XP. Everything works except the sound.
In Device Manager its shows a PCI device problem.
I think I need the pci to install before my sound card is recognized.
I could be wrong and often am installed all drivers I could find on this site for my laptop.
Any suggestions please, its driving me crazy.
The solution is simple.
After installing Xp, you must install all the service packs. SP2 is important.
In addition, you will need to upgrade the XP to the last State. All fixes and patches must be installed also.
The * KB888111 * and * KB835221 hotfix * must be installed before installing the audio driver.
After installing the hotfix, restart the computer, and then reinstall the audio driver!
The Satellite Pro A100 has a modem 'voice '?
If so, can I make phone calls using the Dialer in MS Outlook with a microphone plugged into my laptop.
How can I do this?
Please, don't make it so complicated. As a first step, it would be interesting to know what operating system you are using. On the Toshiba support page you can find sound driver and modem for operating system supported.
I use my laptop - Satellite Pro A100 (PSAACE) - with a second monitor with no problems until I did an upgrade to Windows Vista. After installation, the second monitor starts to show problems, i.e. that works intermittedly. Every 5 seconds or so the monitor "unplug" itelf and caps again. I hear the (UN) plug sound when she did this and the two displays flickers during this period.
Can someone suggest a solution to this problem?
I put t know what can be the problem but it sounds like the connection problem. Make sure that the monitor is connected correctly. Also try to test it with another external monitor. Is perhaps the cable or connector defective.
I had this problem twice on my Toshiba laptop (Satellite Pro A100 bought in April 2006): the DVD used to play very well, but now (perhaps after an update of the driver or installation of software, I not sure what causes this) DVD playback is choppy, distorted sound. This occurs throughout all media players on Windows XP (for example, PowerDVD which came with the laptop) or Windows media player.
I searched the internet far from a solution and finally found how to solve this problem:
Go to Device Manager, select the "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" section, and then select the "second IDE channel", right click and 'uninstall '. (There are two second IDE channels, if you know which then just uninstall both.) Restart Windows XP, Windows XP will automatically reinstall the drivers without the need to download anything. Subsequently the DVD Player reads normally.
The symptoms of the problem, apart from DVD playback choppy, are the "transfer mode" gets stuck on PIO for a reason, and bring back to DMA with no opportunity to spend. I have no idea what software or driver causes this, or why, but if this is your problem too, if you think that this solves.
Cool, thanks for the inquiry and the nice information.
Could be useful to others here in the forum.
Nice to have these community users :)
I have a Satellite Pro A100 with a carpet * a UJ - 841 s DVD Multi Drive.
Recently, I decided that as my laptop is running slowly I wanted to format and reinstall XP Pro, I used a standard version of OEM XP Pro (not seller specfic) and he went on the formatting and the reconstruction of my laptop.
Fortunately, I used Acronis True Image to backup my laptop before I did that my above mentioned dvd player is so more to bury properly (all the drivers and the necessary software has been installed). Before I formatted the laptop I could burn on + and - DVD (r, rw and ram) now that the laptop has been rebuilt, I can only burn to dvd-r/rw/ram.
I restored from my laptop to the picture created by Acronis and can use the drive normally again to burn + and - DVD.
Does anyone know why this would have stopped working in the new installation of Windows? I also tried to create a virtual machine using the same xp disc but it always gives me the problem of dvd player.
Have you noticed the same problem after using Toshiba designed recovery DVDs?
I have a Toshiba laptop Satellite Pro A100, and this morning my daughter spilled coke top.
It was not much and it only seems to be on the top of the screen (as the laptop was closed)
However it was a bit on the keyboard and when I opened it it seemed to be a crackling sound from speakers?
I turned off and unplugged the power outlet and it was built next to the radiator for the last 4 hours,
I tried it again now and it started, there were still crackling and then the screen went black, but the 'on' will Flash blue, the capslock flashes as are the other two on the keyboard.
Is it buggered or is there anything i can do to fix it?
Any help would be apprciated.
My laptop couldn't t start because my girlfriend accidentally spilled water on the keyboard.
The laptop turns off and I was not in a position of power upward again.
Whenever LED books went ON and after a few seconds the laptop stop again.
I thought that the motherboard was dead, but I tried to replace the memory modules first and bingo!
One of the modules has been defective.
I replaced it and the laptop turned on properly.
How can I disable the on-board its on my Satellite Pro A100?
I can't find an option in the BIOS.
And it is also possible to use the card reader with Ubuntu Linux?
It is not up the cards.
You want to disable an internal device?
I wonder why
However, you can disable it in Device Manager should mark the sound card, and then turn off.
> And it is also possible to use the card reader with Ubuntu Linux?
Why do not you will need a Linux driver that would be compatible with the card reader.
As I m not wrong not the driver is from Texas Instruments
I have a problem with my Toshiba laptop Satellite Pro A100 PSAASE.
Description of the problem:
During a game for half an hour the screen darkens and a second view later, I get a blue screen.
After the reboot, that the solution of the problem of Windows Vista tells me that the problem is caused by the graphics driver Nvidia see dietails below:
Files that help describe the problem:
Mini101708 - 01.dmp
More information about the problem:
OS version: 6_0_6001
Service Pack: 1_0
I tried to find a solution or a new driver for my graphics card, but I couldn't find any useful information. I really the lates driver for my graphics card according to Toshiba lateral support (driver version: 184.108.40.20616), on the Nvidia homepage I also could not find a newer driver that I have.
Details on my laptop:
Modellname Satellite Pro A100
Serial number 27069711Q
BS-Microsoft Windows Vista Version? ¢ Home Premium 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1
BIOS 6.00 version
Processor Intel (r) Core (TM) 2 CPU T5500 @ 1.66 GHz
2048MB RAM Arbeitsspeicher
Festplattenkapazitat 120,580,372,480 [bytes] 112.299 [GB]
Capacity of the freien Festplattenspeichers 27,078,627,328 [bytes] 25.219 [GB]
Video NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 Version = 220.127.116.1116
Bildschirmauflusung 1280 x 800 pixels
Farbqualitat True Color (32 bit)
Its Realtek High Definition Audio (with SRS) Version = 18.104.22.16826
Netzwerk Intel (r) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection Version = 22.214.171.124 MAC-address = 00:19:D2:5E:37:D2
Intel(r) PRO/100 VE-Netzwerkverbindung Version = 126.96.36.199 MAC-address = 00:A0:D1:6 B: F1:F5
Modem TOSHIBA Software Modem Version = 188.8.131.52
Internet Explorer 7.0.6001.18000
IDE-Gerät TOSHIBA MK1237GSX ATA Device
CARPET * a DVD-RAM UJ-850 s ATA Device Version = 1.10 FW
YC3555P CIP693I SCSI CdRom Device FW-Version = 1.0
I really would apreciate if someone can help me solve this issue.
> During a game for half an hour, the screen darkens and a second view later, I get a blue screen.
Well, my first thought is that this problem is related to the graphics driver.
I mean it could be a software problem.
But I know that a BSOD can also occur if the graphics card chip began to malfunction.
In your case I m not sure what could cause this problem. But to play a game, that the GPU is running with a maximum yield and produce a lot of heat. If the temperature rises to a higher level the GPU can also cause a BSOD.
Anyway, first of all, you must check if the graphics card driver update could solve this problem.
Maybe you could use a driver from other websites but please note that this is ONLY possible at your peril!
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