I totally missed the webcam. After a while I figured I would enable the Windows XP boot logging to see if it reported anything suspicious. Click “Go Advanced” in the MG reply box, scroll down a little way until you see “Manage Attachments”, click it, browse to your file, click “Upload”, and close the window. I would use Desktop. Also, what seems very odd to me is that I had Skype installed on this laptop for over 1 year and QuickCam for a few months, and everything worked fine.

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I hope it is not too painful to read. This may be greyed out without the driver installed properly. If it was a conflict, I would expect that removing 1 of the 2 conflicting parts would be enough to fix it? Are there any Unknown devices?

Maybe some automatic update of Skype or QuickCam happened behind my back? Thanks for reminding me that those are problems, at times, too. Belarc display results in html format with references to image files n the local hard drive.


I tried all that you have suggested: Hi there, I am new to this forum. I don’t think this is part of the problem, but make sure to get your Windows wound caught up.

No, create an account now. Let me laatitude if that fixed it. You may have to also type something in the reply box, like, “Here’s my report. Hi rogvalcox and musksnipe, This morning I soknd lots of things, uninstalls, reinstalls, driver updates If that doesn’t work, uninstall Skype.

At the moment, I have two things to try.

Thank you very very much to you musksnipe, and you rogvalcox for taking some time to help me out. And thanks to majorgeeks for existing! Hi musksnipe, Thanks for the quick reply! The exclamation points in Device Manager means the driver is installed but with some kind of conflict.

Then run CCleaner’s Registry tool, then shut down, reboot, and check your sound again. Save it where you want to.

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Would you have any further steps to suggest? Check your Device Manager. Don’t mean to interrupt musksnipe Hi musksnipe, Please find my comments soud. I don’t really understand how those conflicts come about, between anything that uses audio, Skype, webcams, etc. The MS Device should reinstall on reboot. Are there any devices listed under Other Devices? On the Volume tab, make sure that the “Place volume icon in the taskbar” is checked.


Sound on Dell Latitude D820

We begin at the beginning. Do you already have an account?

Right click on it and choose Properties. Check that Windows Audio Service is started. I totally missed the webcam.

This is why Belarc reports a lot of missing patches.