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Go to control panel>sound when you've got it plugged in. Try testing all of the speakers listed there. If none work you may need to install audio drivers from your manufacturer's website. You could also try using a v-aux cable
Posted on May 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi, I sugest you plug in a USB mouse that shoud solve your problems for now then go to control Panel > Add and remove and remove the touchpad driver
then download the driver for your system from the Dell website here is a link to your model of dell Laptop mouse driver
Hope this solved your problems.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
When using an HDMI to DVI cable their is no audio that comes through that cable. Even if you use HDMI to HDMI most computers only have video output from HDMI. You will have to use a seperate audio cable for you to be able to get the sound to work. Depending on the output you have on your laptop you may have to resort to hooking up a pair of speakers to the headphone jack.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: Dell Inspiron 1526 Bluetooth
ya just purchase a bluetooth device it will come around rs120 and then install its cd and start using bluetooth device by connecting into anyone of usb port
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
The 2000-0147 error is normal as you had no disk in the optical drive to be read during the test. Boot to the Vista DVD and select the repair my computer option (you may have to run the repair process several times depending on the issues with the drive) See if that helps. If no go, then a reinstall of Vista is likely
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
First you will want to ensure that the power cord is fully inserted at both the laptop and all the connections for the cord and that it is getting proper power. and check tosee that the connector thatthe power cord goes into is not loose if so this will have to be repaired
next remove the battery from the computer and unplug the power cord and then press in the power button for 1 minute than if this has a reset button on the back use a toothpick or a small item and pressin on the reset button for 30 seconds
now insert the power cord (NOT THE BATTERY YET)
and turn on the computer and it should now start up if so insert the battery and leave charge for 1 hour than you should be ok from here ok
Please keep me posted on this so i can assist you if needed.
Best regards michael
Posted on Dec 16, 2009
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