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Also says to install driver software
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is it your wireless desktop card or your lan card ?
An yellow exclamation mark means the drivers are not installed .
Sometimes drivers that you install from the cd are corupted or not working .
Try uninstalling and reinstalling the device.
You can also download drivers dirrectly from the dell website if it is an lan card .
If it the wireless desktop card take the card out
Then download the drivers for the wireless card and reinstall that
Plug the card back and and follow the steps to configure the hardware
And as far as my knowledge goes it is a driver problem .
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
On a computer with Internet, goto this link
Scroll halfway down and click on "Network."
Click on the Download button on 3Comm Driver.
Download the driver and save it onto a USB or Pen drive.
Place the USB drive into the USB port of your Optiplex.
Goto your USB drive from My Computer and double click on the executable that has been downloaded.
This will install the network drivers you need.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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