Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
~Try restarting the computer.
~If that doesn't work, run recovery disk, and recover ONLY the drives, if that is possible on your computer. (It is on mine -XP-)..
~Put something in the port, then take it out..
~Try updating driver
~In bios, make sure it is set to iterated audio( don't mess with it if you never went into bios)
WORST ~Restart computer from scratch, and reinstall drivers.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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