Still have color problem as identified beforeon Dell Model DHS.
I have tried to download the drivers recommended, and install them. Cannot because I am not an administrator according to the computer. Cannot change anything.
Can I set myself up as the administrator, or would it be best to reformat the entire C drive and load an earlier Windows version and then upgrade to Windows XP Pro? I was thinking about putting Windows ME there to upgrade but would like some advice or recommendations concerning that.
Not sure I can even reformat the hard drive at this point since I am not the administrator.
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go to this link ,put in your info or auto detct it look for the sound driver for your model and download it. i would first check in DEVICE MANAGER and look under sound and see if their is any yellow marks next to it ,if so driver is bad corrupt or missing it will show a yellow quotation mark.
Go to (http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs) select drivers and downloads, enter the information on your product, select audio, install the audio driver, also is it muted? In future could you please try to avoid double negatives as it makes it hard to understand what it is you are asking.
You can download your audio drivers from Dell's Support page here: http://support.dell.com/support/index.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs Browse to Dell' support page, above, and click on the "Drivers and Downloads" link. Enter in you service tag in the next field and press enter. In the first field, select the Operating System you are running. Next find the "Audio" section and open the drop-down menu. Download the audio driver you need, save it to your computer. Double-click the driver file to initiate the installation and follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver completely. Your speakers will now work! please rate my response
If you are runnineg windowsXP goto control panel by catagory select appearence and things then display, setting, then under color select 32bit, if you are unable to select anythingother than 8 I recommend you go to DELLs website and download display driver for your system.
u can download a correct driver at http://www.dell.com in the download. there an option to find correct driver, by inputing the service tag or the model number of your system. You download it here: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/index.aspx?c=us&cs=19&l=en&s=dhs