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Wifi card not reconized in device manager

I reformatted my computer and installed windows xp. I went to dell's website and downloaded all the drivers. I then checked device manager to make sure there were no yellow question marks or x's and there werent any. I then went to network adapters and I only see 1394 adapter and broadcom 440x 10/100 intergraded controller. I noticed a lot of threads saying go to device manager click network adapters and uninstall wifi card driver... The problem is the wifi card is not there. I have bought a new wifi card to see if it will reconize that one but it still wont. I have tried everything but cant find a solution. my computer acutally is a e1405 pc notebook. Please please help this is driving me crazy.

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  • loumedia Oct 11, 2008

    The model is e1405 service tag G74H0C1 I am running windows xp professonal. I have both the original wifi card that came with it as well as a newer 1390 wifi card that I bought. Thanks

  • loumedia Oct 11, 2008

    my model number is inspiron e1405 the service tag is G74H0C1... I am running windows xp professonal. thanks

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-Please give the exact model of the system or the service tag of the system so I could check the specific information of the system and I could provided the correct driver you need to install on the system
-what windows are currently running on the system?

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