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The Dell Notebook That I Need Drivers On A Disc

Hey,
I want to thank you for your offer and I am going to take it up.I can not find the proper Eithernet Card for a Dell D-600 Latitude Notebook. It will not conect to the internet so I went to Device Manager and under Network it has a Red X in it and all of the "Other Devices" have Yellow ? marks in them. It tells me that the drivers are not there as well.
I Appreciate Any & All Your Help,
Thanks Alot, Phil

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  • Phillip Whisenant
    Phillip Whisenant Oct 04, 2008

    This Dell Latitude D-600 Notebook PC must be the worst made. I have seen literaly 100s of issues with them on FIXYA.com

    I need to download the Network (Eithernet) Card Drivers to a disc so that I can run them onto this Notebook.I am about to tose it into the river.I would except for it's my girlfriend's and you guys know where that would put me and what I would do without for only God knows how long. I hate it for her though.Her sister and brother in law gave it to her for Christmas.They should have given me a bottle of Tylenol in my stocking!!! I have to laugh to keep from crying!!!

    Thanks, Any & Everyone,

    GOD BLESS,

    Phil

  • Phillip Whisenant
    Phillip Whisenant Oct 08, 2008

    O.K. I have saved the file to my Desktop and should have no problem saving it to a disc. I will then have to take it across town to my girlfriend's Dell Notebook and it should download the drivers to her eithernet card and connect her right up. I will reply back to you if something goes wrong or right. Either way I want to thank you for your help.I appreciate it and I hope that my girl appreciates it even more because she does nothing but screem when something gores wrong.I've just about had enough with her!! lol

    Thanks Again, Phil

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Download and save this first to the desktop. You can save/burn it to a cd afterwards. It's easier that way.

If this is the ethernet card that came with the computer, that should be the correct driver. If the red x still appears, make sure to right-click and enable the device.

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