This morning I don’t know what is happening with my internal speakers on my Dell Studio 1535. There is no sound via internal speakers, but headphone well. I meet this issue both on Ubuntu OS and its default OS Vista Home Premium 64 bits.
1- Uninstall (and remember to check delete driver files too) all of them under “Sound, video and game controller” part in “Devices manager”.
2- Reinstall these audio drivers by simply letting Vista pickup the drivers automatically. Then we get “High Definition Audio Device” drivers (see image).
Now it sounds even better than its previous default IDT Drivers.
Tech January 18th, 2009
Target: We need to join many mp3 files to one large file.
=> There are two ways to do it.
1- Just use command fromt
Fist of all, you copy all files needed to join to a directory, for instance, C:\join
Start > run, type: cmd
Go to the just created directory by the command: cd C:\join
To join all files in that directory, type: copy /b *.mp3 C:\onelarge.mp3
Just some of selected songs in the directory: copy /b file1.mp3+file2.mp3 c:\onelarge.mp3
2- Use software.
There is a good and free software to do this task: MakeitOne. It can join many audio files very quickly.