05-22-2010 07:24 AM - last edited on 05-22-2010 07:39 AM by Agotthelf
I had this problem on W7 X64. Try this:
Press the "volume up" or "volume down" key (left side to the blue ThinkVantage key), and the sound from speaker comes back.
Pressing the "mute" key brings the problem back, and pressing it again doesn't get the sound back. But the "volume up" or "volume down" key helps.
Hope this helps.
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11-05-2010 09:00 AM
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!
Pressing the Volume UP or DOWN button next to ThinkVantage button WORKED!!!
My symptoms were:
T400 Win XP, internal speakers not working, audio jack works, driver seemed ok.
I verified hitting mute did bring problem back which was resolved again by hitting Volume UP or Down.
Thanks again TUCOW
09-13-2011 07:57 AM
Thanks a lot for your help. Now it works perfectly. The only difference on my laptop is that it works even after pressing and repressing the mute button. Perhaps the newest Bios version (1.20) fixed the described bug.