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DELL Inspiron- NO AUDIO OUTPUT DEVICE IS INSTALLED
I have a new Inspiron and am still having this same issue. Just reloading Windows isn't enough.
deevices The computer you're having issues with is running XP. The issue and most likely solution has not changed much since or dell sound devices, when I first encountered it as a novice. Dell Inspiron Windows XP--there is no sound and no error messages. Thank you very much for your helpful advice.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information dell sound devices as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. You two,tbarron7 and Jflynn33, are lifesavers.
But that seems a lot of trouble to go through, just to change dell sound devices default device from the modem - or some other obsoleted and redundant device - back to the device which should be handling sound on the machine. Your fix worked great. Soound first step, ALWAYS, is to check and make sure that the right sound device is selected as default in audio device setup. No Audio Output Device is installed how do i solve this problem and regain access to sound on my laptop?
That's exactly how I did it and worked for me I restarted the computer and everything was back to normal.
First attempts at fixing were the basic dell sound devices of the driver to have Windows reinstall. I know it's a crummy laptop, but we're trying to band devicew it until she graduates and buys herself a better one. I did exactly what you said and my audio returned as soon as I had deleted the modem driver.
Dell sound devices before the recommended reboot the audio started working again. This post has sonud flagged and will be reviewed by our staff. This is usually caused by one of two problems: Next attempt was to uninstall and delete the driver completely from my computer and then download the latest driver from Dell.
Then try to disable it. Changing dell sound devices selection back to the correct device will fix the problem with no reboot necessary in Windows XP. This was helpful 1. I followed your path by uninstalling the soun. You are reporting the following post: Control Panel, then click: I downloaded some stupid audio update for vista.
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In other Win OS setups reboot may be required. So essentially, if you are troubleshooting Audio issues and dell sound devices basic troubleshooting fails, try removing the Modem drivers and see if that helps! Promote cracked software, or other illegal content Offensive: Click Enable in the pop up menu.