I can. Tell your neighbors to hold it down.
OH, I'M JUST KIDDIN'!
(Must be my neighbors........."Hey.........you guys hold it down out there!" )
Suggest you download AND install the audio (Sound) drivers.
Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device
Device is the audio chipset.
Version of Windows operating system wasn't stated.
Dell Support > Latitude D530 Notebook PC > Main Support page,http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/Product/latitude-d530
Click on the blue - Drivers & Downloads - tab.
(Product Support / System Configuration / Drivers & Downloads / etchttp://downloads.dell.com/Pages/Drivers/latitude-d530.html
Scroll down a little until you see the bold black subheading -
Audio - Driver
Look in the chart. There are 3 audio drivers listed.
You are only concerned with the top 2.
They both start with Sigmatel STAC 92xx.........
The top one is Version - 126.96.36.19914
The second one is Version - 188.8.131.5215
The top one is for Windows Vista. (32-bit or 64-bit)
The second one down is for Windows XP, or Windows 2000.
(And for Windows XP 64-bit)
You know which Windows version is on your computer.
Main thing is it Windows Vista, or Windows XP/Windows 2000.
That is the two choices.
Using Windows XP as an example;
Go to the right of Version 184.108.40.20615, and click on the Yellow folder icon to the Right. (Under Download heading, and has a Red arrow pointing down)
A small window will come up -
Click on - Save File - at the bottom.
A small download window will come up. Allow the file to fully download, then DOUBLE-click right on the file name.
To the Left in the next small window, click on - Extract all files
At the bottom of the next 3 small windows, click on -
Next, Next, and Finish.
(If it is different post back in a Comment)
Restart your computer if not asked to do so.
[Windows XP: Click on Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart.
Windows Vista: Click on the Windows logo button (Start), then on Shut Down ]
When Windows fully loads again, you may get a pop-up out of your system tray, "Found new hardware device".
And perhaps another one, "Found Sigmatel audio device".
The system tray is at the bottom of your monitor screen. To the right is the time, date, etc.
It also has the Volume icon. The icon is a speaker symbol.
IF, you do not have the Volume icon in your system tray;
Example using WinXP,
Click on Start, then on Control Panel.
In Control Panel click on - Sounds, Speech, and Audio Devices
Then click on - Sounds and Audio Devices
In the small Sounds and Audio Devices Properties window, go to -Device volume - in the middle. (Blue)
Left-click in the empty small square box, to the left of -
Place volume icon in the taskbar.
(Puts a Green checkmark in the box)
Now go below in the window to the Right, and click on Apply.
Lastly go to the bottom Left, and click on OK.
For additional questions please post in a Comment.