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if you use the default dell settings you may experience the problem with blurry images in Internet Explorer. This effect is due to the automatic scaling in IE6 and above. IE tries to resize the images so that everything looks the same as when everything is at smaller dpi, but does a terrible job at it, resulting in blurry and unreadable images.
Change the following registry setting from 1 to 0 in order to disable this "feature":
 Adjusting Scale to Higher DPI Screens (MSDN)
good luck with this. please do this, and get back if u run into a problem. also, if this fixes the problem please rate my answer. thanks so much, Joe
Which operating system u r using?If ur laptop have Windows Vista operating system then u go for recovery manager.That is in Start - Programs - Recovery Manager.In that recovery manager,u click on Recovery manager.and click on Next button.Its shows the software reinstallation page.There u select No and click on Next button.Its shows the Hardware reinstallation page.There u select Yes and click on Next button(Two times).Its shows the hardware drivers list.There u select the sound driver and reinstall it.after reinstallation process completed, u restart ur laptop.
If ur laptop have win XP operating system,then u first install UAA drivers and restart it.Next u install Audio drivers.Installing this driver may result in an error. But continue with the following steps to get the audio driver installed correctly.
1. Click on Start and select Run. Now type devmgmt.msc and press enter. 2. Right click on "Audio device on High Definition Audio Bus" and click Update driver. 3. Select "Install from a list or specific location" 4. Click Next. Then select "Don't search, I will choose the driver to install" 5. Click Next and then select "Sound, video and game controller" from the list. 6. Click Next and then click Have Disk. 7. Click Browse C:\swsetup\sp****** folder . Select the .inf file, click open and Continue with the onscreen instructions. (Note:******* means driver number)
Try this and message me.