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Re: I recently did a dry erase on my computer but now I...
Dry erase??never heard of this expression before ,if its what i suspect that formatted the hard drive and re-installed the windows programme then yes you will need the original boot up disk to install the sound drivers .
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What photo program do you have on the computer? Recently helped someone and same issue---Go to internet and install (what we did) Windows live photo gallery(if in your computer remove it first) it is free and installs in minutes.
Some phones require you to turn storage on or off during this--with the program installed and storage( I have a LG android that requires this) set to off in my case then hook the USB to phone and USB on computer---a box should come up showing the device is connected and active.
A note: on my system there when it begins is erase or not box--if checked it will download the photos and erase them from phone so be quick to remove that check mark unless you want them removed.
I suspect that as this is a very old desktop unit you will not find them unless the audio chip manufacturer supports windows 7 32/64 bit?
If you know what audio chip is being used then try the website to see if there are compatible win 7 drivers.
First, check the sound icon on the bottom right corner of the screen and find the sound icon. Double-click it. Is the computer muted? If not...
Did you format your Dell computer recently? If so, do you have the manufacturer's discs that came with the computer? If you did format it, all information on your computer (including the drivers that enable sound) will be erased and you'd have to find/install the driver's again.
If the speakers came with your computer check the Support link at the computer manufacturers website. If you bought them separately then you'll need to check the speaker manufacturers website to see if they have a Vista driver available. Hope this helps.
Here is the download page for the Dimension 3000 (Windows XP): http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/devices.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=gen&SystemID=DIM_CEL_3000&os=WW1&osl=EN
Go to the audio driver page and assuming you have the built-in audio card this should take care of you.
If you by chance have some other operating system here is the link that will allow you to select the correct one. http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/index.aspx?