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Sound network,video modem if you have one chipset.Go to www.support.dell.com select the machine type it will show the drivers for your computer,select your operating system,download the drivers there.Best way to know what you need it to look at device manager.
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Bluetooth driver installation problem. Please help.


The best thing to do would be to use "system restore" to roll your computer back to a stage before the new driver was installed if you feel you need to revert the changes you have made.

Here is a guide on how to use system restore: http://pcsupport.about.com/od/fixtheproblem/ht/system-restore-windows-7.htm

Using that guide as reference, open up system restore and select a restore point that is tagged with a date prior to that when you installed the offending driver. System restore should then automatically make the required changes to your system and reboot. Any changes you made after the date you selected will now be reversed. Do not fear losing documents or other items you may have edited or created after that date as system restore does not affect such items. Only system settings and system files like drivers.
You may not have system restore enabled. If that is the case try opening control panel, then under the heading "programs" select the link "uninstall a program". This will open a list of software installed on your machine. In there you will hopefully find the drivers you installed. Select them and at the top of the window you should have the option to select "uninstall". Do this to remove the drivers.
If neither of these things work for you the next method would be to open device manager. To do this press the "windows + R" to open the "run" box. Type into the box "devmgmt.msc" (without quotes). This will open the device manager. In device manager you will see a list of devices in your machine. Navigate to the device with the dodgy driver, right click on the device in the list and from the context menu that appears select "uninstall".
Once you have tried any of these solutions you will need to restart your machine to see whether they have worked.
I hope this helps.

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Benefits of creating Restore Points


The Microsoft Operating Systems have a Wonderfull feature, "System Restore" by using this feature, We can keep our system running and save the improtant data by creating Restore points. Whenever a driver is installed, or a software installed, or upgraded, A restore point should be created First, so as to keep the system back to normal status if any problem occured after installing drivers or softwares on Pc<br /> <br /> Windows System Restore <br /> 1)Click Start----&gt;All Programs----&gt;Accessories----&gt;System Tools----&gt;System Restore----&gt;Creat Restore Point----&gt; Click Next Button -----&gt;Enter the name for Restore point----&gt;Click Creat button <br /> For Windows XP

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I have installed Windoows 7 on my Dell OptiPlex GX620 but the audio drivers is not installed


I would try these two steps. 1. Open Internet Explorer and go to google and search for "Download VLC Player". Look for the site www.videolan.org/vlc and click it to go download vlc. VLC is a powerful open source media player that plays things the normal windows media player cannot handle. It's completely safe and it's faster to install and operates smoothly. It also copies down all the audio drives and codec that it needs. I have seen times that once it is installed, windows media player audio starts working properly too. I step one does not give you sound try step two. 2.Click Start and right above it you will notice a search box where you should type in "create a restore point". Click Create a Restore Point and follow it to create yourself a fail safe method of restoring you computer back to this point of just before you tried fixing the audio drivers. Give the restore point a name such as "I created this". Don't worry about a date and time, the system will automatically attach date and time. Once you've created a restore point open Internet Explorer and go to google and search for "Dell Support". Look for drivers and downloads and select the option to Choose from a List of Products. Your product will be Desktop/Dell Optiplex GX620. Once you've entered everything correctly you will see the drivers for the GX620. I looked and there are no Windows 7 Drivers loaded so that tell me that the Audio Driver for your previous operating system before you loaded windows 7 might be compatible. Select your previous operating system and then download and install the Audio Driver. If you have problems you can click Start/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore. When system restore opens up if the restore point that you created is not shown look for Selecting Additional Restore Points so that you can find the one you created. Select it and sit back and be patient while windows restores your system. *** You only need to restore if your system is going crazy on you.

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How to restore original windows on a toshiba satellite a105-s4184


I have toshiba laptop satalite with 2 operation windows 2000 and HP windows running thus slowing the system down consiradably. Idealy would like to delete the windows 2000 professinal. Please help

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I lost sound on my laptop after i had hard drive partition, please suggest me what must I do to restore the sound.


you can download the drivers from the manufacturer's website by entering the model number....try system restore..click start->all programs->accesseries->system tool->system restore.

restoring the computer didn't delete any data only it changes the settings

Aug 18, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How do i restore my Dell Latitude D430 laptop


YOU WILL NEED TO INSTALL WINDOWS FIRST OR USE IT IN AN EXISTING INSTALL. This CD DVD contains every driver you need for your Dell Latitude D430 XP Laptop.
You are buying an automatic system that installs every driver onto your system with minimal user knowledge and interaction.
This recovery disk includes much of the original factory software and utilities.

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Depending on the age of your system, we have also included our own emergency driver re-detect software. This will remove and unplug all devices from your system and re-detected every driver automatically removing old and duplicates. This will in effect clean out the side of your registry that deals with hardware. No other restore disk has this software and can claim to clear your system hardware drivers.

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Some of our restore disks have an automatic system driver update included!
There are many applications that allow you to automatically update your drivers. These applications scan your system and the automatically download and update your drivers.
We are rolling this feature out in all our recovery cds over the next few months

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I need to restore factory settings in my dell with out a disk


Dell Latitude D410 XP Restore Disk
134008.jpg Dell Latitude D410 XP Windows Restore Disk
This is an automated Latitude D410 XP restore disk. The Latitude D410 drivers are supplied in a special windows friendly format. This means that your Dell Latitude D410 XP Laptop will automatically find and install all the drivers for your system, with hardly any user interaction. If you have installed a new windows operating system and half of your Laptop just wont work (with errors like no sound no internet or bad graphics) then this is exactly what this CD has been designed to fix repair. You can also use this CD Disk If you just need to return your software broken Laptop back to the factory setup. There are also a lot of utilities and resources on this cd that you would of found on your Laptop when it was new in its original new condition.

Normally you would need to independently download and install each driver and often enough it will be the wrong one! If you already have other drivers installed it can get very over complicated with device drivers not loading showing errors (like code 10 device cannot start) To make matters worse you end up with allot of older and newer revisions of driver too.

With this driver recovery system all you need to do is wait until the Laptop can not find the device driver it is looking for and put this CD DVD in. Sometimes you may need to select the DVD CD as the location for your driver. That really is all there is to it.

Works every time!
Guaranteed!


THIS CD DOES NOT CONTAIN AN OPERATING SYSTEM!
YOU WILL NEED TO INSTALL WINDOWS FIRST OR USE IT IN AN EXISTING INSTALL.

This CD DVD contains every driver you need for your Dell Latitude D410 XP Laptop.
You are buying an automatic system that installs every driver onto your system with minimal user knowledge and interaction.
This recovery disk includes much of the original factory software and utilities.
THIS RECOVERY CD RESTORE DISKS IS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THE Latitude D410 Laptop
Do not risk a bad installation by using cheap generic alternatives

Some of the drivers you would expect to find on the CD DVD are listed below but not all will be applicable to your Laptop and this list is for example information only.

-> Every driver you need for your Dell Latitude D410 XP System
-> Network drivers
-> Network card drivers
-> Drivers
-> Most factory setup software
-> Mouse drivers
-> CD rom driver
-> CD rom drivers
-> Express PCI
-> Display drivers
-> Graphics drivers
-> Graphics drivers
-> Chipset drivers
-> Chipset drivers
-> Detonator drivers
-> Download NVIDIA
-> Download sound drivers
-> Sound card drivers
-> Sound card drivers
-> Soundcard drivers
-> Scanner drivers
-> Sound drivers
-> Opengl drivers
-> Printer drivers
-> 3com drivers
-> Dell Latitude D410 XP system restore drivers
-> Audio Drivers
-> Aspi drivers
-> Device drivers
-> Audio drivers
-> Device drivers
-> Motherboard driver
-> Motherboard main board drivers
-> Video card drivers
-> Modem driver
-> Modem drivers
-> Modem dsl drivers
-> Video drivers
-> Ethernet drivers
-> Ethernet drivers
-> Wireless Network drivers
-> Intel Wireless card drivers
-> Video drivers
-> Radeon drivers
-> Base device drivers

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-> S3 drivers
-> Windows drivers
-> Card Bus drivers
-> Windows Dell Latitude D410 XP Drivers
-> Windows device drivers
-> Broadcom drivers
-> NVIDIA drivers
-> OSBC drivers
-> PCMCIA drivers
-> TNT2 drivers
-> USB drivers
-> WAN LAN drivers
-> USB drivers
-> VIA drivers
-> VGA drivers
-> Web Cam drivers
-> ATI drivers
-> ATI drivers
-> VGA drivers
-> All your version of windows drivers
-> PCI bus drivers


Repairs ALL unknown device drivers
Dell Latitude D410 XP Restore Disk Restore Disk
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Depending on the age of your system, we have also included our own emergency driver re-detect software. This will remove and unplug all devices from your system and re-detected every driver automatically removing old and duplicates. This will in effect clean out the side of your registry that deals with hardware. No other restore disk has this software and can claim to clear your system hardware drivers.
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Some of our restore disks have an automatic system driver update included!
There are many applications that allow you to automatically update your drivers. These applications scan your system and the automatically download and update your drivers.
We are rolling this feature out in all our recovery cds over the next few months

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TAKE OFF ANY IMPORTANT FILES (BEFORE YOU DO A WINDOWS INSTALL)
USE THIS RECOVERY CD TO RETURN YOUR Laptop TO THE ORIGINAL FACTORY SETUP!

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COMPUTER LOST SOUND USE TO PLAY MUSIC BUT NOW THERE IS NO SOUND


first check if it is on Mute.

check also the the device manager so you can actually see if the driver software for the sounds is properly installed or needs to be reinstalled.
if that is so you need the drivers and utilities CD that came with the computer. after successfully seeing the driver window check the audio driver and install the driver that have a check mark. after that restart the system.

you can also try to do system restore 1-2 days before you have the problem. to do system restore in windows xp, click start, click accessories, click system tools and click system restore. at the system restore window click next or restore, after that theres another window that will show you the dates you can choose, again choose the date 1-2days before you got the problem the hit next and finish. if the system restore doesnot work try again to choose another restore point.
if you are using windows vista or windows 7, click start and in the start search type in " system restore " and same thing do the same instructions above

i hope this helps

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My computer has no sound


did you restore with a factory restore disk or did you just install a copy of windows? the reason i'm asking is because if you're running a proprietary system i.e. Compaq, Dell, IBM etc. you need a factory restore disk to restore the system back to the way it arrived to you from the manufacturer or you will other wise have to find out what hardware your system has at the manufacturers web site or by phone and manually download and install the drivers.

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Restore factory settings


You need the disk to do so. Else you format hard drive install New Os download drivers from Website. ( Before this see the modem type display card drivers lan card drivers Etc.)

Regards rafique

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