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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You can possibly purchase one from Dell, if it is not too old or download your OS as an ISO, burn it to a DVD and there you go. All you need then is to download the specific drivers for your machine to get it to work properly. Dell Official Site The Power To Do More Dell
Unfortunately, the Inspiron 1150 did not ship with a restore image on the hard drive. You will need to manually reinstall Windows, Drivers and Software back into the system. You can contact me at my email address listed below if you have any further questions.
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If you visit the Dell Drivers home web page using your Vostro 1000 then you can also have the site automatically detect your Dell Service Tag which identifies your computer more precisely and will tailor the list of device drivers for you.
you need to reinstall the drivers for your network, such as the ethernet and the wireless drivers. try to check if you still have the dell resource cd drivers disc. you need to insert that disc and check for the network drivers install them one at a time. if you no longer have the drivers disc then you can download it from a diff computer that has an internet connection. this is the website http://support.dell.com
click on the drivers and download and click on the green icon to enter the service tag. after that it will display all the drivers. you can download just the network first and save it to a storage device. then install that to your computer and download the rest of the drivers after you connected to the internet.
Hey there, if you can hear it working when you put the disk but the disk is not being read, after the things that you have already checked, I would try to clean the lens with a lens cleaning disk. See what happens with that, then let me know if you need another route to go.
Download drivers from Dell's support site. They have a really good support site and it's an easy download and re-installation. Why do you need to download it to a disc? Can't you download it to a desktop or hard drive and then move it?
If you MUST download directly to a disc, Right Click on the "Download Now" link on the Dell support page and select "Save Link As..." which will allow you to select where you want it.
Browsing over the md120 specs, included should be a software disc for the usb connector, so it shouldn't matter whether you use an adapter or the 4 to 4 cable. This disc will have the drivers and software for using the camera in conjunction with your laptop. Have you tried this download for the camera. http://software.canon-europe.com/products/0010449.asp
Also check out this link. Towards the bottom under additional features it lists software, drivers and utilities, and at the bottom under supplied accessories it lists application software/usb driver. Go to the store you purchased this at or contact Cannon support and get the disc that was supposed to be included.