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Ok, I'm assuming you're running windows xp, if not the steps are pretty similiar. First go to your control panel as follows; Click start and control panel, double-click on system in the control panel. This will take you to system properties. Now make sure you are on the hardware tab and click device manager. In the device manager click on the plus + sign on the sound, video and game controller. Go to your audio controller (something like VIA AC'97 or something similiar.) right click on it and click enable if it shows on the list and that should do it.
If disable is showing then leave it alone and update your driver by right clicking on the controller and clicking update.
It should install right away. It may install directly from windows but If it asks your for a disk and you have your drivers disk use that. If all else fails you can go to www.dell.com and go to the support section, downloads and download the drivers you need. Have fun!
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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