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right click my computer click explore,click the plus sign on hard disk C there is a directory called Dell,click on the plus sign it should drop down you will see a folder called drivers,if you can identify the folder where your sound card driver exist,make a note of it.Right click on my computer select manage once this opens click on the plus sign by devise manager.look for your sound card highlight it right click and uninstall it.Restart windows it will find new hardware and install it if not go the folder where you identified your sound drivers and click on the exe within the folder this should start the reinstall.
You did not state what os system you are running so i'll assume it's Win XP. Go to > Control Panel > Administative Tools > Computer Management > now on left side of window click on Devise Manager...when the list comes up scrool down to Sound, Video and Game Controllers then click on "+" sign to expand and BINGO!...If any sound (audio) devises listed are accompanied with a yellow question mark...you have a problem. Click on the ones with the question mark and choose install driver. Windows will then search for and install your driver.
1. Right click on Mycomputer, select properties 2. Select hardware 3. Select Device manager 4. double click on the sound,volume and controller 5. if any yellow color pointed is displayed on any option then right click on the option and uninstall it 6. then select Action from the menu bar on the top and select scan for hardware changes
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7. double click system device 8. if any yellow color pointed is displayed on any option then right click on the option and uninstall it 9. then select Action from the menu bar on the top and select scan for hardware changes 10. then it will start scanning your new hardware and ask for the installation drivers
you have to reinstall the device drivers please check in your resorces cd which came with your laptop or please check there web sie to down load the drivers and install it and every thing will be fine