About Pci slot type I or type IIType I
Cards designed to the original specification (version 1.x) are type I and feature a 16-bit interface. They are 3.3 mm thick. Type-I PC Card devices are typically used for memory devices such as RAM, flash memory, OTP, and SRAM cards. Type II
Type-II PC Card devices feature a 16- or 32-bit interface. They are 5.0/5.5 mm thick. Type-II cards introduced I/O support, allowing devices to attach an array of peripherals or to provide connectors/slots to interfaces for which the host computer had no built-in support. For example, many modem, network and TV cards use this form factor. Due to their thinness, most Type II interface cards feature miniature interface connectors on the card which are used together with a dongle; a short cable that adapts from the card's miniature connector to an external full-size connector.
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Your computer probably does not have one of those slots if you can't see it on the front of the computer. There are adapters you can buy that will hold the little camera memory cards. They plug into a USB slot. We have one that we use. I also use one that has 4 slots on it for several types of memory.
Here is the link to the DELL drivers for your unit. I am unaware of what network card you have in your unit and therefore can not point you to the proper driver. However, once you know the network card you have, you can go here and download the appropriate driver for your unit.
Make sure you are using the latest driver and software for the card. If you haven't already done so, I would also suggest trying the card in another computer, and a known good card in your D600, to see if the problem stays with your computer or follows the card.
If it follows the card to another computer then it is most likely a problem with the card itself. If other known good cards also fail in your D600 it might be something with the D600 card slot. If the slot is the problem then I would recommend contacting Dell tech support.
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