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Although there is a wizard to install devices on your PC or laptop, but still there are problems being faced by users. The reason is that there is a logical procedure for installations. Read on. There are two things that you install. The drivers for all the devices and the program to use that device for some. First of all insert the CD that came with the device into the CD drive and let Autorun takeover. You will be guided throughout the process. Just answer a few questions and the SW will start the installation process for drivers. Once drivers have been installed then you can proceed with the installation of the program needed to run the device, not for all devices. After this task is accomplished always reboot the computer/laptop. After the reboot, attach the device to the PC. Windows will immediately start the detection process and on detection will load its drivers that you had just installed. And then a notice appears in the right bottom corner of the screen saying "The new hardware was successfully installed and is ready for use". Or words to that effect. Now you can start using the new device whether through its specific program or through other programs that are meant to use it.
There are times when you are reinstalling the drivers. In that case you must first uninstall the old drivers and reboot the PC/laptop. Uninstall it from Control Panel->Add Remove Programs. And then reboot and reinstall.
possible u are having issue with the sound card, most of Dell inspiron system's got integrated sound card u might need to have replacement for the motherboard and it might resolve the issue rebooting byt itself.You might want to consider reinstalling the OS first before hardware replacement.
you will have to uninstall your audio device, and uninstall SKYPE and re install the audio device and don't re install SKYPE, you can do this by going to add or remove programs, and remove SKYPE first and unplug u r headset and mic, and after removing skype you can reboot the computer, and sometimes the conflict is resolved, otherwise then go into your device manager in system manager and find audio devices, unistall the driver or Update the driver, and reinstall it and the reboot, that should take care of the problem.
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trying going into add and remove the whole thing then shut your pc down and reboot it after is rebooted try going to systems files and make sure your aduio deivce is still connected if it is n't I am supposeing your audio card mite be bad or reinstalling it mite take care of the promblem .