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Perhaps the install is trying to open a file with an mc2 file extension. Has this prompt at startup just started happening or has it always been happening? If it has just started did you recently download something? MC2 files are Misc Files primarily associated with Mastercook File (Sierra). There could be other programs which also use files with this file extension. It sounds like your system is trying to open a file with an mc2 file extension and does not have the proper program installed to do so. It is asking you whether you will allow it to install the file for you.
So do you use Windows Media Plyaerto replay some videos? I afraid WMP can not support all of video format, and there is nothing wrong with your computer. You can download the code or download the Leawo Free AVI Converter to convert your video to avi and then replay in WMP.
Either the sound driver is not installed or Your player doesn't support the DVD's audio extension or There are some audio options (like in the case of VLC player you have Audio--audio track--track1,track2) causing the trouble.
I would like to suggest you to use a software that can handle most of the file extension like VLC. Secondly,to check if the driver is installed or not go to Control Panel--Sound,Speech and audio devices--sound and audio devices--see if you can slide the Device Volume and if it's dimmed than the driver is not installed also check if Mute is unchecked. For downloading the driver,note down the Motherboards model no. and search the specific driver on Google.
How did u save it ? Usually dell provide drivers in EXE format and they are autmatically extracted. I think u saved without extension. You should rename the file and named exactly like that sounddriver.exe and try to open it. If still not working try to open the file with WINRAR, download it from www.rarlab.com
Here ar the drivers you need. but the sound card downloade dosent work.. but this ones work. VIA Onboard Lan Driver, SATA/RAID Driver For VIA8237, VIA 4 in 1 driver (Include INF, AGP, IDE & IRQ File). You can install the Realtek AC97 Sound Codec Driver. manualy if you go to controlpannel and loke up the sound card from ther.
Here is the page for the download.. hope you fix it. http://www.mercury-pc.com/downloads_list.php?productid=562