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WhenI try to upgrade installations says I must uninstall Intel Network Connections 220.127.116.11. Not sure what this is. Please assist.
You need to run a program that checks your computer.
Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant
To check if your computer can run Windows 8 go to this WEB site and download and install Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant.
Posted on Apr 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Uninstalled all the driver you have right now
Try finding the model # of your wireless card and find the specific driver for it, It would resolve the problem
Posted on May 30, 2009
SOURCE: ethernet not work
Check in the Device manager to see if all the devices are enable and working.
The one with a yellow ? against that device requires a driver installation.
Is the LAN device OK?
How do you intend to setup your LAN, is it for Internet access or a home network?
I need more information on your problem, together with error messages.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Have you entered the security details regarding your network connection into your new netbook.
Sounds like the problem.
Detect the network and enter the security key (WEP;WAP etc) and should work
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
Perhaps, it just needed a new IP address. Simply rebooting the computer and resetting the IP Address of the computer took care of the issue.
That sounds like symptoms of Manufacturer & Windows drivers conflicting. Try uninstall the Manufacturer Drivers and let the windows ones do the work, and see how that goes down.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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