Re: I need drivers for my Acer Aspire 7110 Notebook
Hi ,go to the acer site...http://support.acer-euro.com/ and click on driver downloads,then in the acer notebook section click the acer aspire down tab ,then look for 7110 and click on that .This will take you to the drivers page then pick what you need and save to the pc you are using .Hope this helps.
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Use a computer that has Internet connection to download the drivers from the ACER WEB site then copy the drivers onto a flash drive. Connect this flash drive to your Acer and install the drivers on to your ACER.
Download the device drivers from the Acer WEB site. Makesure you select the model of your laptop the drivers you that require thatmatches the Windows version that is installed on your laptop. Use this link toget to the Acer support: - http://www.acersupport.com/drivers_download.aspx
Navigate to Acer's website. Select support and drivers. It will then prompt you for your computers model number or make, and operating system version. From there, you will be able to download the drivers you need. Save them to a USB drive, and transfer them onto your notebook.
The driver for your laptops wireless card will be categorized under "Network".
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Any printer will work for you. I assume by "no way of installing soft wear" you mean you can't use the CD that comes with the printer? If so, you can do two things. 1. Put the CD in another computer and copy all the files on it to a USB drive, and install it from the USB drive (onto your Aspire One). 2. Download the software/drivers from the printer manufacturer's website (no cd or USB drive required). Simply go to HP.com or Canon.com and find the downloads section and select your printer.
Find a USB memory-stick, and find a computer with Internet access and an available USB port.
Put the memory-stick into the USB slot.
Browse to ACER's web-site, and select your specific model of the Aspire line, and select Windows XP, and select network-controllers, and download the device-drivers, and copy them onto the memory-stick,.
Walk the memory-stick to your Acer, and install the device-driver.
External CD drives are usually have a USB interface, therefore, either the usb drivers have not been loaded for this particular device or the chipdet drivers are old and need to be updated. Chipset drivers can be downloaded at the Acer support site, put in your laptop model and then choose the operating system, your downloads will appear. USB drivers for the external CD drive can be obtained from either the manufacturers website or if there is a mini cd rom of the drivers, you would need to put those drivers on a flash drive from another computer and load the drivers through the flash drive.
Hi, You will have to download a new driver from acer website. Go to the site, locate the driver link and click it. Enter your product information and there you are. Install the new downloaded driver and install it on the laptop. The webcam should be working after this. Kindly rate my solution on fixya website. Thanks.