Dropped computer during move,lost all the disks and paperwork.Hard drive was damaged so purchased new one locally..Downloaded ISO win 7 86,installed used original validation.It booted up all fine but no drivers for mouse or Ethernet or wifi actually no drivers.Mouse works.
How can I download the drivers and save them to CD/DVD and install on machine.
I am trying to download drivers for a Dell Inspiron 14Z -N411Z to a USB drive through another laptop, because the hard drive on that Dell completely gave up. There is no installation software disc as it was on another partition on that same hard drive.
When I attempt to install the drives required to the USB drive on my Toshiba, it first wants to install the dsd.exe file before I can download the drivers. After I downloaded that dsd.exe file, I don't seem to find a way to install the required drivers as well. the DellSystemDetect.exe file wants to do that for me, but it is not on the correct laptop.
What do I need to do, to get those drivers downloaded on the USB, so I can complete the installation. I already installed the Windows 7 Home Premium (x64) on the Dell laptop.
If you navigate to the drivers' download page for Inspiron 7520, you will notice under "BIOS" that there is a version A11 (released date: October 15, 2012) available for download.However, the small print says "Applies to: Dell Vostro 3560 system BIOS". Is it safe to flash my current BIOS version A04 to A11 for my Inspiron 7520? If not, why is that item listed in the first place?
I was concerned about slow page loading speeds with this new laptop. I had done comparisons with this new laptop and my Toshiba satellite A70, 2.8Ghz Celery, 768MB RAM, Realtec RTL8/810x family Fast Ethenet NIC.
I was concerned enough that I booked a call with an ISP tech who was here today. He tried several download tests with a test site provided by the company and found that the new laptop was download/transfering data at around 200-400Kb/sec while the old laptop was getting download speeds of 1.6Mb/sec.
The AV programs and firewalls were disabled for each of the tests. Tried updating the driver on the new laptop but it had the newest driver available.
I deleted the driver and rebooted with no better results. I have an email out to Acer as of an hour or so ago and am awaiting a response from their tech.
I believe that there is a bad ethernet card/circuit in this laptop.
I am getting back my Dell E4300 I sold on eBay because some dummy thinks the computer is slow (takes too long to load Windows) I want to reinstall Windows XP Pro with the MINIMAL amount of drivers/software required. Does anyone have a list of drivers I MUST install on the Dell E4300
I have been looking for Acer 7720 hotkey drivers but in vain. Can a good soul direct me to an appropriate place to look in? I've looked on Acer's driver download page but it doesn't list anything regarding hotkeys. Btw I'm running windows 7 (if you can find a driver for vista, it'll do).
I bought my¬†¬†Hp15-g009ax notebook a few days back. The problems with the drivers is irritating. It has forced a change in my perception of HP as a brand completely.¬† ¬† I don't know where to update my drivers, especialy the video drivers. I can't even cast on a big screen via HDMI cable.
the computer inspite of being new has already started lagging.
I have a DV7-6179us and never had any problems until about a month or so ago when it became super sluggish (it's almost impossible to even type). So yesterday I formatted and did a clean install of Windows 7-64bit. I've been trying to download drivers from the HP support site but the page won't display them. It just keeps loading indefinitely. ¬† I was able to get most drivers from a third-party website (that has the link to HP ftp) but my computer is still super sluggish. I don't know if I'm missing a driver or something is corrupted. I wanted to get the drivers from the HP support site to make sure...
I resently brought a new laptop probook 450 G1. I want to download drivers for windows 8.1 operating system. When I check the driver download page it list many drivers for e.g under wirless network they list many drivers. How do I know which one to download exactly. I tried finding exact specifications for my product but they only have a general one for the model no which described all posible haredware.
This morning when I started my computer, I got a Windows error message giving me two options: to launch Startup Repair to try to repair any errors or to start up normally. I chose error repair and it says it is repairing disk errors and might take an hour to complete. ¬†The first time, it said it had fixed errors and I needed to hit "Finish" to restart, which I did, but I ended up with a black screen.
The next time, I chose to start normally, and ended up with a black screen again.
The third time, I did the disk repair again, and go the message that Windows cannot repair my computer automatically, and to hit "finish" to exit and shut down.¬†
I''m still ending up with the black screen. I tried some trouble shooting tips posted in others' forums, but none of the following have worked:
-Draining residual battery power
-Running on-board diagnostics (all areas Passed)
-Rebooting in Safe Mode (I ended up with the black screen again)
When I try to download driver I get:¬†The document you have requested is not available. ¬† [URL] ..... ¬† After long time I get the error msg. It is poor because a test robot can find the error. ¬† Where do I find the driver?
First of all I have a dead pixel right in the middle of the screen - will be taking this up with Dell tommorrow as its really off putting especially on¬† brand new laptop.
My second issue is with wireless - did have problems initially with wireless disconnects and genrally slow speeds
Im not entirely sure but removing Mcafee seemed to work with the disconnects at least¬† - load of rubbish imo
Now my only other major issue is with wireless speeds on the 1703 card
I seem to max out at about 45mb on all¬†broadband speed tests - while on another laptop I get the full speeds of 80mb on the same server at the same location
Im only getting a link speed of 72Mbps in the networking tab of Task Manager and this does seem rather¬†slow - the other laptop gets 450Mbps (better wireless card - to go with my Asus N66U Router)
Anyway my thought process is that the 1703¬†wireless card is not up to much - I understand that the 1703 card is wireless and bluetooth - with I think 1 antenna for bluetooth and one for wireless connected to the wireless card.
Now I dont use bluetooth much if at all - so does it make sense to buy just a wireless card and connect the two antennas to the card and therefore losing bluetooth connectivity but gaining better wireless connection
I think I have an Intel Centrino WiFi Ultimate N 6300 in the other laptop
I have an INSPIRON E1505 with Windows XP. ¬†The McAfee protection was not working properly, so I contacted customer service. ¬†They checked my computer and said that I should contact the computer manufacturer because I have errors on CHKDSK. ¬†I've done some research on this website, but have not been able to find a solution yet. ¬†
I ran the full Dell PC diagnostics, and everything passed except my battery.
I used this page [URL].... to guide me through chkdsk, running it from "my computer" and choosing "scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors." ¬†Phase 2 appeared to be nearly down when I received the prompt, "Windows was unable to complete the disk check."
I'm not sure if this matters, but the computer was not used for 2 years from 2009-2011, as I was out of the country. ¬†After I got it running again and ran updates, it seemed to be working just fine until I recently discovered this issue with McAfee.
I have an Inspiron 1525 with windows 7. I use system mechanic 11.7 for PC clean up. Every time I started the computer I was getting multiple hard drive errors and had to run deep clean followed by scan check. I thought I had a faulty hard drive so I bought a new one and completely reloaded my OS.
Dell Inspiron M5030 is fallen down,Front part of DVD dropped.attached it,turned on the laptop. no boot,2 short beeps,error
When I turn it on,I get this error in a black page:
Check Cable Connection!
PXE-MOF:Exiting Intel PXE ROM.
Reboot and Select proper Boot device or insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press any key
I turned it off and press f12 and changed the reboot default to Hard Drive, again 2 beeps and same black page with same¬†errors.
Dell Inspiron M5030 is fallen down,Front part of DVD dropped.attached it,turn on the laptop. no boot,2 short beeps,error
When I turn it on,I get this error in a black page:¬†Check Cable Connection!PXE-MOF:Exiting Intel PXE ROM.Rebot and Select proper Boot device or insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press any keyI turned it off and press f12 and changed the reboot default to hard Drive and other option, again 2 beeps and same black page with same eroors.
I bought this laptop in December and have had no problems with it. However, today I shut down and updated and then a few hours later i tried to turn it on but it does not work.¬† When i turn it on, the screen shows the dell logo and then turns black.¬† After a minute or so this occurs again and then an empty bar appears at the bottom with text next to it that says "F12 Boot options."