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Thanks for using FixYa. Please check if you have used any automatic update from the Microsoft. If so, then please switch it off, unplug and then re plug it. Now switch it on, press F8 key and select ‘safe mode with dos prompt’. On start up run c:\windows\explorer.exe. It will start window in safe mode. Then run the Dell Support Centre and run automatic programme. Restart the Dell Operating System once completed. You can download the entire programme from the following link--- Dell Support Windows and Drivers Please do rate the solution and revert for further assistance. Thanks Rylee
I will give you a easiest way for finding the drivers that you need for
your hardware.Just download the software named driver magician.Install
it and it will search for the drivers that is not installed for the
hardware you have through internet and will download it for you.
Make sure the operating system is correct (I have it set to Windows Vista 32bit as default, which your unit should be) and download the only driver for audio located on that list. It says it is a STAC 92XX C-Major HD Audio, which you'll know if that is correct once you download and attempt to install it.
If you have problems installing the driver itself, let us know. Hope that helps!