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Dell Inspiron 6000 multimedia buttons


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Jo Franklin

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Is there a way of configuring the driver software for the multimedia buttons on my laptop so that when you press and hold play, it launches Windows Media Player instead of Dell Media Experience (Uninstalled)?
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Hello, I don't own a dell, but I would imagine the user manual may have some instructions on how to do this. If you list your system specs... Dell asset tag number would be great... I'll help you search for how to do this.
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Afraid I don't know what an "Asset Tag Number" is but my service tag is BLN7X1J

Dell Insprion 6000
WinXP Pro SP2
Pentium M 1.73GHz
1GB RAM
64MB ATI Radeon X300 video card
60GB HDD

Edited by Jo Franklin, 23 December 2005 - 11:23 AM.

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Afraid I don't know what an "Asset Tag Number" is but my service tag is BLN7X1J

Same thing... Asset tag = Service tag

Well, I read through the manual, and there's nothing there. But reading through the web, I think this is just software that controls the keys. This means there are probably registry entries involved. However, I can't help you there as I don't even know what software is involved and it would probably take a long time to search the registry and edit entries.

Perhaps a call to Dell would be a good idea. Sorry I couldn't be of much help.
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OK. Thanks.
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