Hello from steamy southeast Louisiana! I found you guys today while I was ensuring I properly removed a good 430+ infections my son managed to install on my old laptop I loaned him. I was pleased to see that ESET and Malwarebytes (the two I was working with) were recommended as effective on all of the program names I searched (i.e.- playbryte and stuff like that - he tried downloading too many "free" games). SO now I'm still trying to get this laptop in full working order, and the last few things I have to do are replace the keyboard, audio jacks, and internal speakers. The question I have is this: Do I really have to pull out all of the cards and rip it apart to access the speakers, as I saw in the disassemble vid I saw on youtube? I have a Dell Inspiron 1720. I did order a usb soundcard with audio jacks so I can run external speakers, but I'd really like to get the internal speakers up and running as well. Thanks in advance!
[Moderator edit and note: post moved to more appropriate forum. jgw]
Edited by jgweed, 04 June 2013 - 08:23 AM.