Dell Latitude E6230 :: Use WWAN Port For Msata SSD?

Aug 6, 2014

Dell Latitude E6230. Can I use WWAN port for Msata SSD?

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Dell Latitude E6430s :: System Doesn't Recognize Msata SSD On WWAN Slot

Mar 15, 2013

I have put an msata SSD on WWAN slot in my latitude E6430s but the system doesn't recognize it!I've tried with 2 ssd (m4 crucial 256GB & mushkin atlas serie) with the same result. Any tip for msata SSD on latitude E6430S?

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Dell Latitude E6230 :: Pre-Windows Login Password?

Apr 15, 2013

recently i enrolled fingerprint for windows login, but during the enrolment there is no prompting for Pre-Windows Password. But then, when i want to disabled the fingerprint at Pre-Windows or Windows login, it requested for Pre-Windows password.

what is the default? Pre-Windows login password?

I faced big problem to swipe my finger during booting up the windows (Pre-Windows Login Screen)

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Dell Latitude E6230 :: Remove System Or Pre-Windows Password

Feb 23, 2013

I bought a new Dell Latitude E6230. When I'm trying to configure smart card login, I think the Pre-Windows password set wrongly.I didn't notice how this password apply and what password is set.

Now, when I turn on my computer System show #47ZPWW1-1D3B and asking password.Could I reset or remove System or administrator password ?

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Dell Latitude E6230 :: Unable To Change Pre-Windows Password

Apr 15, 2013

I can not change the pre-Windows password.

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Dell Latitude E6230 :: Showing All Legacy Boot Options Despite Being Disabled

Mar 3, 2013

In the past we've restrict the boot options on our laptops vis bios sequence to prevent unauthorised reimaging of machines. However I've just noticed our newest Latitude e6230 still list all the devices as available despite these settings. Screenshots attached.

Bios configuration:

Laptop manual boot:

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Dell Latitude E5430 :: Installing MSata Module?

Nov 6, 2014

i am asking for adding new m-sata ssd drive in WWAN slot in dell latitude e5430

or in PCI-Express slot  

is this operation possible or this not allowed in this model ?

this is the msata model  [URL]

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Dell :: Latitude D630 And WWAN Card HP HS2300 SIERRA MC8775

Mar 29, 2010

I purchased that WWAN for my D630.

First, can I use drivers from HP site?

Driver from 2007

or it should be Dell dedicated?

Second, how I connect to the Internet? after inserting SIM card.

What software do I need? and where can I get it?

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Dell :: WWAN Slot For Non WWAN Cards

Jul 29, 2009

Have D420 here and was thinking if it's possible to use WWAN slot for any other mini pci-e cards like SSD or video decoder. Now Dell docs state not to mix WLAn and WWAN cards between their assigned slots.

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Dell :: Latitude M4400 And Port Replicator

May 27, 2010

I recently got a dell M4400 and large external dell monitor. I purchased the e-port replicator. I should be able to dock my laptop and use an external monitor and keyboard/mouse.

I can do that, but when I shut my laptop, the whole thing shuts down. Is this correct? I know I've used docking stations in the past and didn't have to have the laptop open. If I do, what is the point of the docking station?

The E-Port replicator had pretty much no documentation. Also, when I dock my laptop, shouldn't it see the docking station?

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Dell :: Latitude With Dock/Port Replicator Feedback

Feb 15, 2009

Im starting a thread b/c many people seem to be experiencing some issues with their Latitude while docked.

Some of my problems (keep in mind I use TWO external displays):

1) Most prevalent is my fan issue. This might only apply to nVidia GPU users. It appears that two things are happening: a) the dock simply does not allow for proper heat dissipation.

This for me is a fact as my laptop runs both cooler and, utlizes much lower fan speeds while undocked. b) DELL may have set the fans to kick in at lower temps particularly with the nvidia gpu

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Dell :: Latitude E6400 Display Port And Windows7

Sep 12, 2009

I have a Dell Latitude E6400 and want to connect the laptop to my TV (Samsung LCD) via HDMI.

I bought a DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter (

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Dell Latitude D830 :: Powered USB Port Stopped Working?

Mar 27, 2013

Windows 7 32-bit upgrade CD (not SP1), from XP. no anti-virus yet. Windows Updates current to SP1.I have always had my DELL mouse plugged in to rear port, but for unknown reasons it is now dead to all USB devices?

Mouse is now recognized by side USB port, but I like to keep them free for bulky flash drives..I tried uninstalling all ports/refresh from Device Manager, but rear port is still dead to all USB devices.I then tried a repair install from desktop, but still dead (1st time HD light flashed for 1sec, then nothing from then on).

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Dell Latitude E7240 :: Connected To E-port Docking Station

Jan 21, 2015

Just started using brand new Latitude E7240 and connected to E-port docking station. When booting  an error pops up  as below: The battery currently attached to the system will not supply enough power to dock for it to function. Please attach AC power to the dock for it to function normally

F1 - continue

F2- change setup options

The Laptop and the dock stations are brand new. This is only happening with the 7240's.

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Dell Latitude E6510 :: Display Port - No Video Signal?

Feb 10, 2013

I have a Latitude e6510 display port. The graphics card that came with the laptop is Nvidia NVS 3100M.

My display port does not output. External screen just says <No video signal>

The Nvidia control panel can also not see any other monitors.

I have tried this with multiple displays. I have updated to the latest drivers for everything including Nvidia.I ran the scan system for driver updates utility from Dell.

How do I get the display port to start outputting. Is there some special driver that is needed?

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Dell Latitude D810 :: Multiport Communications Port (COM3)

Jan 8, 2008

Had to reformat a Latitude D810 and reinstall XP OS.  Since all drivers were wiped from drive I downloaded them from Dell Support.  Have one (1) remaining device in Device Manager with yellow exclamation mark on it labeled Multiport Communications Port (COM3).  Cannot find any driver in Dell Support that correlates to this device. 

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Dell Latitude E7240 :: E Port II Docking Station USB Ports Not Working

Dec 25, 2013

The USB ports on my new E Port II docking are not working with my new Latitude E7240 Laptop. Full configuration of the laptop is below. Talked with Dell and they sent me a replacement docking station but the same issue surfaced. Looked at the Device Manager and no extra USB ports show up when connected to the docking station. The side laptop USB works fine when the docking station is connected.

Computer Model Latitude E7240                            

Shipping Date 11/16/2013                            

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Dell Latitude E6420 :: E-port Docking Station / CPU Usage Will Shoot Up To 100%

Dec 16, 2014

when I dock my in my E-port docking station, my CPU usage will shoot up to 100%, and it may come down periodically to the 80s or 90s, which makes my laptop virtually unusable for anything. I tried a different power cord but it made no difference. Undocked, it works just fine, so it's obvious it's something wrong with the docking station.

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Dell Latitude E7240 :: AC Adapter Does Not Work With E-Port Docking Station

May 25, 2014

We are running more than200 dell computers in our company. lately we purchased E7240 for some users but it looks like the AC adapter does not work with the Dell E-Port docking station we have and that cause the USB hubs not to function at all.

Currently the workaround is to plug the AC adapter to the laptop instead of the docking station.

Our BIOS is updated to the latest version. also a message comes up when the ac adapter connected to the docking station before the windows boot up saying the ac adapter won't charge.....

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Dell Latitude E4200 :: Serial Port Driver Unknown Device - Windows 7

Feb 6, 2013

I installed  Windows 7 64 bit on a Dell E4200.I had two yellow exclamation points in device manager for unknown devices.

PCI Serial Port
PCI Simple Communications

I went to Dell support site and to the drivers and downloads page for my Service Tag.Under the Chipset section there is an Intel driver for AMT HECI.   Installing that driver solved the PCI Simple Communications item.

Also  under Chipset there is an Intel driver AMT SOL.   I installed that driver but the PCI Serial Port was still showing Unknown with the Yellow..In my case I had to then manually Update the driver as follows:

Open Device Manager > right click on PCI Serial Port and choose Update driver > choose Browse my computer and browse to the driver folder for the AMT SOL just created when you downloaded and installed the driver mentioned above.   Location for me is C:DellDriversR279202.

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Dell Latitude D830 :: D/Port Replicator Power Light Flashing Green And Orange

Jan 28, 2010

One of my users brought me this issue the other day. He is using a Latitude D830 laptop with a D/port docking station.  With or without the laptop docked, The power button on the docking station flashes Orange and Green when powered.    I've swapped power bricks for the dock.   The laptop still seems to charge while being docked.   After swapping the dock, the new dock is fine.

What might be causing it?  Is the dock dead?  Could it be a failed port on the docking station?

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Dell Latitude E6530 :: Monitor And Keyboard Not Recognized When Plugged Into The Dell E-Port Plus 11

Apr 26, 2013

I have a Dell Latitude E6530 and when I plugged in my monitor and keyboard into the docking station, they were not recognized.  But I can plug them into the laptop while docked and they are recognized. 

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Dell :: Which COM Port Is My Serial Port

Jan 26, 2008

what COM port my serial port is on my XPS M1710. Is there a program that I can find all this out in Windows that I just never knew about?

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Dell :: Do You Have An E-port Or E-port Plus Replicator

Apr 5, 2010

Thinking about getting one to go with my m4500 which is on order. Reviews seem ok though some complain it's bulky and other complained the release mechanism wasn't great. Worst was that someone said their comp wouldn't boot when docked.

Can anyone share experience and/or high res pics of what one looks like?

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Dell XPS L521x :: MSATA Not Getting 6gb/s Speed

Sep 16, 2014

I have installed a 6gb/s ssd into my l521x; however, I am getting 3gb/s speeds (~250mb/s read and write)

Is there a setting to enable 6gb/s speeds on the l521x?

It appears the l521x has the HM77 chipset which does support 6gb/s throughput ?

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Dell Vostro 5460 :: Installing OS Into MSATA SSD Instead Of HDD?

Apr 29, 2013

1. Install OS into the mSATA SSD instead of the HDD?

2. Can this new series purchase business Onsite Support warranty?

3. Can I replace the mSATA SSD without voiding the warranty?

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Dell XPS 15 :: How To Configure On-chip MSata Encryption

May 24, 2014

I have just purchased an XPS15. I understand that the mSata drive (a Samsung 841 512GB) supports on-chip encryption, however I'm struggling a bit to understand how to enable this. I have read some posts which seem to suggest that it's as simple as going in to the BIOS and configuring the "HDD Password", option in the security section, however this seems just a little too easy (I was expecting to have to create a public/ private keypair or something to that effect).

How to authoritatively confirm whether this is indeed the correct way to configure encryption on the disk? Or is this just a basic BIOS level password which somehow protects the disk simply by virtue of the fact that it won't allow the machine to boot unless the correct password is entered?

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Dell :: [E6500][esata][RAID Port Multiplier] Raid 1 Enclosure Not Regnosized Using The Esata Port

Mar 5, 2009

Here's my story and, let's say, my analysis:

I bought a generic 2 HD sata2 RAID1 enclosure based on the chipset Silicon Image SteelVine 5744. It can be used in USB or eSATA2. This embedded chipset (named SiL5744) is known (understand "claimed") to auto-handle Sata I/II and host sata2 controllers that not support the port multiplier feature. The HD are two Samsung F1 1To. There's no jumper to rollback to SATA 1.5Go on them, you can only do it by flashing the HD's bios, however we don't need to do it as I wrote just before, the SiL5744 supports SATA 3Go natively.

The enclosure works pretty well with USB, but *not* in eSATA : the E6500 freezes/hangs just after the POST step (a potential driver issue with the installed vista 64bits is not the reason then). As soon has I disconnect the eSATA cable, the system recovers and continues as normal.

What I've tried/done so far :

Both E6500's BIOS SATA mode AHCI and IRRT mode were tested,
Intel Matrix driver and software was updated to the latest version (AHCI and IRRT),
The SiL5744 chip was upgraded to its latest firmware as well (in case of...)

In order to verify the esata cable, the HDs and the enclosure itself, I succeed to :

- Use the enclosure's RAID1 feature when using the USB connection, I could partition,format, and read/write on the logical volume
- directly connect *one* HD (Samsung F1 1To) to the E6500's esata port -(I have a sata2esata cable), Vista installed it and I was able to use it as normal, even the hotswap feature seemed to work fine (I unkindly removed it). I could so test both HD individually this way... On the enclosure hardware side, everything looks fine then.

An IMPORTANT thing : The E6500's ICH8/9-M sata host controller seems to support the Port Multiplier feature *ONLY* on sata port 0 -as a bubble message from the Intel Matrix soft sometimes shows up-, but this is exactly where the internal HD is plugged on the motherboard I found nowhere you can change the internal sata port ID (switch,bios,ect...). I think this is the key of the problem that seems to be a dumb port conflict, because the esata port is in fact the port sata 4 (the DVDRW drive is sata 1, dock's esata is 5 for instance). If somebody knows how to swap the sata port ID, I think I won't be toasted !

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Dell Inspiron 17R SE :: How To Reinstall System On Bootable MSATA SSD

Dec 13, 2014

I am having a problem on my Inspiron 17R SE. I accidentally wiped out the mSATA partition with Disk Management. After trying to recover the partition(failed), I am thinking maybe I could re-format the mSATA SSD and reinstall Windows on it. I have not shut down the laptop and I have backed up all my files. What can I do next?

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Dell Inspiron 14z 5423 :: Change MSata Disk 32 Go By Another 60 Go?

Feb 24, 2013

I just bought an ultrabook dell inspiron 14z with msata 32 GO cache + 500 GO hard drive. But I would change my mSata 32 go cache by another mSata 60 GO. I would like this disk doesn't work in cache but like a real SSD with Windows on it.

How can i disassembly the laptop ? I'm stuck with a part near USB port on the left.

Moreover, can I use the mSata disk : [URL] ....

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