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Sound card makes a cracking noise when turn on my laptop and sound doesnt not work also makes the same noise when disabled and enabled. I Have down loaded new drivers still no good. Thanks.

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Turn down the sound
unistall the sound driver

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DELL Latitude E6510, wifi button was OFF, now it is not working.Wifi is showing red cross. Please help how t0 turn it ON? I think it is Hardware issue. Can I fix it through Windows? Windows 7


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Enable / Disable an Enterprise Laptop's Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi, short for Wireless Fidelity, is networking technology that allows you to connect to the Internet. If you have a wireless-enabled Latitude computer you can connect to the Internet when in range of an access point called a hotspot.
When not in use your Latitude's wireless card should be disabled. By disabling Wi-Fi, you will receive two benefits:
Start-up times will be much faster.
If the wireless card is ON and you are out of the office (not connected to your normal, wired connection), the laptop will try to use the Wi-Fi network during the login process to run the various start-up scripts, etc. It will eventually time-out (fail). By having the wireless card turned OFF, the start-up process will be much faster.
Computer will not continually search for a wireless network (and waste battery life).
If you are in the office (connected to your normal, wired connection) or in a location where there is no wireless hotspot, you don't need to have the computer waste processing power by looking and looking for a wireless hotspot. By disabling Wi-Fi, you will gain a little more power for your other tasks. In addition, you will maximize your battery operating time by disabling wireless activity.
NOTE: After your Latitude has started up completely, you can ENABLE the wireless card and connect to a wireless hotspot. For example, a wireless router at your home or at a local coffee shop. If you have connected to this hotspot previously, the wireless card should connect automatically for you.
NOTE: Once you have the wireless card enabled, before you shut down the computer, you should again DISABLE the card. The computer will then be ready for the next time you turn it on with wireless turned off.
Enable / Disable with Hardware Switch
The more recent Latitude models have a wireless switch to enable or disable wireless network devices and the
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How do you turn on wifi for dell latitude d610


There is not wireless switch on this model. To turn on your wireless you will need to hold down FN + F2. If this does not turn on your wireless its most probably disabled in the Bios. To enable it, press the F2 key at the Dell Logo on startup, move down to wireless, press enter and move to wireless control, make sure its set to Fn+F2/App, then move down to wireless devices and make sure it set to on. Press Esc, and save changes and exit.

Sep 08, 2011 | Dell Latitude D610 Notebook

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My wireless wont turn on with the Fn and F2 key.It was recently formated so i dnt knw if thats the problem


If your computer was formatted then may be a posiibility it doesnt have the drivers for the wireless card. Or may be its disabled from BIOS.
Fisrt make sure drivers are installed else you need to install drivers from dell CD or get it from dell website http://support.dell.com

To check BIOS settings.... Turn off computer Turn on and hit F2 to enter BIOS setup Find if Wireless switch is disabled Enable it incase its disabled or set it to default. Save and exit restart computer....it should be working now.

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The internal speakers all of a sudden started to emit a crackling sound the problem is still there if i plug in headphones. how can i fix it?


sounds like the sound card board has a short. depending on the notebook, this may or not be replaceable. take it in and see if the board can be replaced

Jan 28, 2011 | HP Mini 1140NR Netbook

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My sound is not working its been turn off and I can't fix it. The icon at the bottom of screen is showing an x on sound icon when I try to fix it it say no sound device on computer.


You need to reinstall your sound card drivers. This software driver is available in your CD installer shipped with your laptop. Try to look for it and install it and see if your laptop will have sound.

Also, before trying to reinstall your sound driver, it is also logical if you could check if it is just "disabled" in the device manager. If you can enable it, it should fix your problem the easiest way.

  1. Right click on your "My Computer" icon on your desktop and click "Properties"
  2. Click on the Hardware Tab
  3. Click the "Device Manager" button.
  4. On the "Device Manager" window, click on the plus "+" sign near "Sound, video and game controllers".
  5. Make sure that NO sound device is disabled. If there is, ENABLE it. (Click it to select then click the "enable" button above.
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PNY Graphics Card stops PC from powering off


two questions: why did you shut off that setting as it will automatically load from whatever you have the monitors plugged into in your case the graphics card, also what is this setting you speak of? as i as a computeer tech have never heard of a setting alowing you to shut off the internal graphics and my workmate says that setting doesnt exist we think you may have turned off a setting called hardware moniter which will in fact make your computer reboot. hoped that helped sorry if i was wrong

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Hp Dv6000, problems recording with built in microphones


For Vista:
1) go to Start > Control Panel > Sound
2) click the recording tab
3) Right click the device that is not the new one you bought.
4) choose Disable

For XP:
1) Right click My Computer or go to Start > Control Panel > System
2) On the system window click the hardware tab
3) Click the Device Manager button
4) Scroll down to the Sound, video and game controllers.
5) Look for any device that is not your new mic as well as your sound card.
6) Right click and disable anything that are not the mentioned above.
7) Exit and test.

If you have XP and the XP Method above doesnt work then please make a comment stating so so I can give you another solution.

Dec 17, 2008 | HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook

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My sound card does not work when i enable and disable it makes a cracking sound also when the laptop is turnedon


go to system and device manager and remove sound card and reboot to find.
check for most recent drivers for your soundcard and download to replace driver.

Sep 25, 2008 | Siemens Computers & Internet

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IT DOESNT WORK OUT


Sounds like your wireless is disabled.

If your using windows xp, check the following.
Go to your start menu
go to your control panel (might be under settings, might not.)
from control panel, if it says "Choose a Category" click switch to classic view.
open your Network Connections Icon.
If "Wireless Network Connection" is grayed out, right click it and choose, "Enable."

In Windows Vista
Go to the bottom right hand corner of your screen to the icons.
Right click on the double monitors (network connection)
Select Network and Sharing Center
Click on Open Network Connections
If "Wireless Network Connections:" is grayed out, right click it and choose, "Enable."

If it is enabled, and you already have wireless built in to your laptop, then it's possible the wrong wireless card is enabled. If this is the case, when you open your network connections, you will have two Wireless Network Connection Icons.
A Wireless Network Connection, and a Wireless Network Connection 2. Make sure 2 is enabled, and the first one without a number is disabled.

Let me know if this helps.

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Sound card has become inoperable since I loaded on the IKmultimedia software


Hi,

It seems your system complicates soundcard's driver version and patches. To eliminate problem that causes inoparable one at a time; please consider to uninstall software sound applications and drivers. Remove any secondary or external sound cards and enable the built-in sound card at the BIOS. Now, start the system in Safe Mode try to remove the existing soundcard drivers at control panel sound card properties. Restart the system, well try to prove that the built-in sound card still working by reinstalling it. By then you can disable it again and install your secondary or external sound card. Hope it will work this time, else you'll need to clean up your Operating System astrays dll's using registry cleaners third party software. I met this problem before that my only recouse is by reformatting the system.

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