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Re: Dell Dimension E510 Desktop
Either there is no sound card driver installed, or no pci sound card installed, if you havent got onboard sound, if your sound is onboard then, find the make of motherbord and search their web site for drivers
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This sounds like you have a voice morphing program installed. A morph program is useful for distorting your voice and special effects, but it also takes over your mic controls. Go to the control panel and choose sounds and audio devices, then look for the default device under sound recording and make sure your record device is the same model as your sound device and that it says INPUT. Another problem occurs if you right click your little sound/audio icon on the taskbar and choose open volume control then left click. Do that now and choose, options, then properties. Now on mixer device, choose one that says input. The white window on the bottom of that panel will show you several devices, check mark them all and click ok. Now manually select MIC as your default sound input device and close then try again.
Hi, to find out if the “Keyboard is compatible with your system?” You can do the following: Shutdown the Computer, connect the Keyboard to your computer.Turn on the computer.If, the “Keyboard have a Power Button?”(Turn on) the keyboard.Go to, Control Panel; click on Device Manager.Click to open Keyboards, in the (Keyboard Properties) Click on Driver (Box), next click to Update Drivers! Click OK. Restart the computer.Check keyboards’ functionality. Thanks paul7of9
When you un-install anythig take your computer into "safe mode" to uninstall when you re start windows will find the hard ware and re-install it. You should have a disk with drivers on it that came with your computer. Find it and re-install your sound drivers
Download the softwares like drivermagic 1.1.4 and install it and search your pc for hardwares not installed.You can find the name of the soundcard.then search for the drivers with that name.Note its a trial version software only