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The appearance of the windows settings is not clear. as if the video driver is uninstall

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This above mentioned problem causes

1. u can not set proper screen resloution (1020 * 800)

2. vga (video graphic adaptor ) driver not installed


solution :-

1. press windows icon key on the keyboard

2. select run programm

3. to type devmgmt.msc on the run programm

4. device mangager will open

5. in display adapater :-check any exclaim or question mark if it found drive or vga card not properly install

install vga card driver again










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When I turn on my computer the screen goes black after the windows come on


Hi,
The problem is generally caused by corrupt video drivers. Restart the computer, and before anything starts to appear on the screen , start tapping on F8 key on the keyboard slowly a couple of times. Select safe mode option and hit enter. If you are able to login in safe mode . The problem is with the video driver. Uninstall the video drivers from device manager and restart your computer.

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The voice and sound on my laptop is not working dell d10


Step 1 .Reset the default BIOS settings:
You can try resetting the sound default in the BIOS. Here's how:
1. Turn the laptop on. When the Windows logo first appears, press the F1 key or Dell key repeatedly until you see the BIOS setup screen appear.
2. Press the F5 key ( Setup defaults). In some other PCs depending on the manufacturer the BIOS at start-up will have one of the default options that have names such as - ‘Load Fail-Safe Defaults’ and ‘Load Optimised Defaults’.You will have to choose ‘Load Optimised Defaults’
3. Select Yes or OK, then press the Enter key on your keyboard.
4. Press the F10 key, then select Yes or OK to save the default settings. Press Enter.
5. Exit the BIOS and restart your system checking for sound.
( For most system's entering the BIOS will be the same but if it differs for your system, consult the operating manual for instructions on entering the BIOS.)

If this doesn’t work go to step 2

Step 2 . Configuring on-board sound in the BIOS:

The on-board sound setting in the BIOS should be Enabled. To enter the BIOS, turn on the laptop and when the first screen appears, press the F1 key /Dell key repeatedly until the BIOS Setup screen opens. Use the LEFT and RIGHT ARROW keys to select the Advanced tab. Press the DOWN ARROW key to select Onboard Audio Options and press ENTER. If Onboard Audio Options is not available, select I/O Device Configuration and press ENTER. If Audio Codec is listed, select it and press ENTER. Select either Enabled or Disabled depending on your configuration and press ENTER. Press the F10 key and then press ENTER to save and exit Start Windows and check for sound. If there is still no sound, continue to the next Step.

Step 3 . Reload the current sound driver

To do this, follow these steps
1.Click Start, type Device Manager in the Start Search box, and then press ENTER.
2.In the Device Manager dialog box, expand Sound, video, and game controllers.
3.Locate the audio device that was included with the computer.
4.Right-click the device, and then click Properties.
5.Click the Driver tab.
6.Click Uninstall.
7.Make sure that the Delete the Driver Software for this device check box is cleared, and then click OK.
8.In the Device Manager dialog box, click the Action menu, and then click Scan for hardware changes.
You should see a message that a hardware device is being installed. Additionally, the uninstalled audio device is now present in Device Manager.
9.Close the Device Manager dialog box, and then determine whether you can hear sound.

If that doesnt work and you have an installation CD, the audio drivers should be on the disk.

If you don’t have the CD go to your computer manufactures web page to search for updated sound driver software. Read the instructions on the download pages carefully
before installing.

If there are no updated sound drivers available, use Microsoft's Windows Update feature. Connect to the Internet and try the following items until Windows Update opens:

1.Click Start, and then click Windows Update (if it is listed).
2.Click Start, click Settings, and then click Windows Update (if it is listed).
3.Click Start, click All Programs, and then click Windows Update (if it is listed).
4.Go to Microsoft's Web site and click Windows Update from the Downloads menu.

Check if the sound works now….if it still doesn’t work then most likely the sound card might be faulty.








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Bought a used Dell GX260 and loaded Windows XP Pro on it. All was well except the drivers for Network, Audio and Video. I successfully located and installed the audio and network drivers but nothing...


Try this one

http://www.softwaredriverdownload.com/dell_optiplex_gx260_vga_driver.html

Ensure only VGA drivers are left/ Uninstall any others.

Just a thought, if this machine has a 3DFX card then you need that models driver.

Also ensure the BIOS is set to Graphics card 1st if one is installed.

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Have wrongly installed the driver and i want to uninstall the driver and re install it in my pc. when i try to uninstall the driver the following message appears. c:\windows\PIXTRAN\DR2080C.isu is eit


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Try both methods ,disconnect the device first.
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REALTEK REMOVED MY WINDOWS SOUNDS!!


Solution:

best sol: go to start button ----->click RUN----->Type devmgmt.msc in Text Box -----> 

              Device Manager windows appears , click on Sound, video and game controllers(+), 
              if you see "Realtek AC97 drivers"(if they are visible...) then we can make sure that sound                     drivers are loaded in ur system, otherwise you have load it again.....


                                                          or

i) my best advice would be, dont mess up with installing, reinstalling, uninstalling sound drivers rather try   to format or reload your OS again(Windows XP) and then install drivers.

ii)  try to check volume on your speakers, volume in windows or system , volume in media players sometimes they may set to mute of no volume.......

iii) try to check all sound physcial connection that run from your computer to speakers, including power connections, cable connection ....or just remove and replace them(reseating...)

iv) try connecting a headset to your sound port, sometimes your subwoofers or speakers may fail.....



Thanking You

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Hello Phil 65
Happy Holidays
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then go ahead and restart your PC, reinstall drivers according, and have your CD for video drivers and settings program.
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