So I thought I’d try again for your help. Thousands of users waiting to help! The drivers you need are here, just select your Windows version and wait for the page to refresh: Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site. The six entries are:
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Use Question Form such as ” Latitufe The drivers you need are here, just select your Windows version and wait for the page to refresh: So I thought I’d try again for your help.
I’ve read through your previous thread and still may not be able to help on account there may not be w6510 Windows 7 drivers for your oem wireless card. Type in the service tag that you mentioned you found on the bottom of the computer in your other thread and click submit.
Win 7 Pro, Intel i5; 2. Does anyone know how to tell if a modem is good or bad? About two months ago, I contacted you about finding out what driver I needed for networ, Dell Latitude E Is it time for me to take my laptop to a Computer Service company? I contacted Intel because the modem is reportedly an Intel modem.
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Over a Month Ago Time Zone: Positive Neutral Negative I don’t know. I have tried everything that was suggested and even some things that were not suggested. I’ve called Dell; no luck there without a service contact.
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Select your operating system Win7 and expand the network drivers section. The information on Computing.
If none of this helps, I would assume there is no driver for the wireless card you have. You have to install the drivers for your laptop, which can be downloaded e65510 for your Operating System: This Week Time Zone: Net and its accuracy. Net cannot verify the validity of the statements made on this site.
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The six entries are: If none of them work, you will need to do some google searches to find out exactly which wireless card you have. I have even reinstalled Win 7 and that didn’t help either.
Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. Do you know anyone who might own a Dell Latitude E and ask them what their wireless driver is? After reading your other thread, it sounds like you have a Broadcom wireless card, so look for a Broadcom driver.
You can take it to a computer shop to know for sure. I’m still a novice on Win 7 and therefore will need explicit details if you know how I can find out what the driver is.