Question about Dell Latitude D800 Notebook
I got my laptop from a friend and had to install my own Windows XP pro.
It is an OEM version. I backed up all my data, but now I have lost the audio.
System says no audio detected, but in another area of the computer it says the device is working properly. What now?
You need to install the driver once again, right click the particular device under device management and reinstall once again if not you may need to acquire the latest driver online
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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