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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Thanks for the response damanpreet_c.
The volume button on the video and of the computer volume control are all to maximum.
I tried watching the same videos on other computers and they work fine.
However, Dell computer which used to play Video X through browsers A,B,C and had sound out now doesn't have any sound out. The same Video X after downloading on the same computer has the sound out. The same Video X without downloading through browsers A,B,C have the sound on other computers. Would this imply that on the Dell computer, the browser has some issues with the sound drivers in playing files?
Thanks again for the response.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
Could be a variety of reasons.
Assuming you have not had it working before
Assuming the wifi is broadcasting it SSID
Assuming you have laptop connected by ethernet cable to hub:
Assuming you have XP:
Go to start/control panel/network connections/right click the wireless lan icon and select properties/select wireless connections and delete ALL previous entries.
With Vista go:start globe then
Control Panel\Network and Sharing\Manage Wireless Networks and delete all entries
press windows key and R
type cmd and enter
type ipconfig and enter
note lower set of figures ie 192.168.0.1
open browser and type in those figures and enter
should now open router firmware
When asked for log in use defaults of admin - admin or admin - password
navigate to wireless security and set encryption to WEP 64bit and create a simple encryption code - save settings
Change broadcast channel to 8
make sure wifi is set to open and not shared
Save all settings, allow hub to reboot and now see what happens
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
you need to try
1) check bios aetup screen thereis setting wireless enable/disable
and check xp control panel--system--device manager wireless driver no yellow triangle mark( which need update driver)
2) check wireless switch at laptop frront or right side, set to "on" to make sure the wireless light not on. if wireless indicate light still black means your wireless card out of works, check wireless card by open small back cover clean pins and reinstall it again
3) finally you might need change a wireless card.
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
2 part update(s) to do:
Update the BIOS to version A09 found at Dell's website
Update the 1390 WLAN driver to the latest 18.104.22.168 found at Dell's website
This should help resolve the issue. I hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
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