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As long as you're administrator, you should be fine.

I don't understand this:

I tried using my Desktop's one over here, nothing


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I copied my Desktop's "audioses.dll" over to the one on the laptop (backed up the laptop's) I restarted, nothing worked. From there, I just moved back the original.
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Your laptop's file basically doesn't exist, because it has 0 bytes.

You can try again with your, or mine file and post new SystemLook log, so we can see, if the file has been replaced.
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there we go:
SystemLook 04.09.10 by jpshortstuff
Log created at 18:45 on 18/09/2010 by Cindy
Administrator - Elevation successful

========== filefind ==========

Searching for "AudioSes.dll"
C:\Users\Cindy\Desktop\AudioSes.dll --a---- 0 bytes [14:57 18/09/2010] [01:14 14/07/2009] D41D8CD98F00B204E9800998ECF8427E
C:\Users\Cindy\Downloads\AudioSes.dll --a---- 296448 bytes [14:56 18/09/2010] [14:57 18/09/2010] 81D64E8D70E5FBF9F7ABF2D41154F54D
C:\Windows\System32\AudioSes.dll --a---- 195584 bytes [14:57 18/09/2010] [22:14 13/07/2009] AFBB5060A2DAD431A2EAEB2C86CFFE81
C:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-audio-audiocore_31bf3856ad364e35_6.1.7600.16385_none_76761a4a45f3554b\AudioSes.dll --a---- 0 bytes [00:03 14/07/2009] [01:14 14/07/2009] D41D8CD98F00B204E9800998ECF8427E

-= EOF =-a
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I can see, you pasted my file...
How are the issues?
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still present, if you give me a couple more of minutes, i will attempt to restart (again)
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Holy Crudddd!!!

Where u at!? I want to give you a big bear hug :)

That fixed it! -- The sound issues atleast.

Still getting the DellDock error and GFXUI error. I will go ahead and reinstall both of them and see if that'll fix it. I'll be back with results.

Do you need me to clear SFC and do it again?

Edited by bluegang6, 18 September 2010 - 05:06 PM.

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AHH! So close yet so far away :|

Tried reinstalling dell dock, I get error from Dell support center and then Dell Dock (never loads, it just crashes)
Then I reinstalled video drivers, I get the same Video error :|


Maybe malware? Want me to pull up some OTS or HiJackThis files?
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OK. Take it easy.
We solved one issue, we'll try to solve others :)

I need more details on both, including any errors, you're getting.

BTW, Dell Support Center best solution is to uninstall it - nothing but problems and you don't need it anyway.
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Well, whenever Dell Dock runs, it crashes (during startup and any time after). Even if I run as admin, it still crashes. Posted Image

GFXUI just crashes everytime during start up and whenever i try to manually run it:
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That's all the information that I know of :)
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Did you go to Dell's site to download Dell dock and video card driver?
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yuppers, I even then edded up using the disks.
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What disks?

What's your Dell service tag number?
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I got about 5 disks with the purchase of the laptop (1 for MS Vista, 1 for MS works, 1 for dock and drivers, 1 for cyberlink trial, 1 for webcam software.)

My Service tag is 52B7WJ1
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Disks probably won't work, because you have older drivers there.

Unfortunately Dell's drivers page seems to be down, or at least it's not working for me.
I tried US, UK and Europe sites.
I saw this happening in the past already, so I'm not surprised.

We have to wait.
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