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Reinstalled XP, no sound, no dual screen capability


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I recently reinstalled XP & now I have no sound. I'm alo stuck with an 800 x 600 screen. I used to be able to connect my laptop to the tv, through VGA cord before the reinstall.

I have a Dell e1505 laptop. I don't have the drivers disk anywhere. Please help me.

I downloaded Everest & here is the report:

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Service tag?
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What was used to reinstall Windows?
Most likely, you're missing drivers.
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I used a windows CD.
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OK then.

Go Start>Run, type in:
devmgmt.msc
Click OK.

Device Manager window will open.
Write down all items, which have yellow "?", or "!" mark.

Travel to Dell's site, enter your service tag number and download all drivers, which are listed with errors in Device Manager.
Install all missing drivers.
Always start with installing chipset driver, first.
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