Question about Dell Ethernet Card Network Adapter
I am trying to connect to the internet with a new modem (which works on another computer), and I can't get the ethernet (Broadcom 400x) port to work.
I am having the same problem, but my computer is registering that i have a card and it's working. My system is just saying the cord is unplugged. Does anyone have a solution?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dell Inc. offers free drivers and firmware on their website. heres a link to were your driver is located.
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Posted on Feb 28, 2009
Any ethernet card will work fine. Just be sure it's the fit's the correct slot. You probably have a "white" slot which is a pci slot. If it's a longer "black" slot then it's isa. More than likely it came from a pci slot. Before you buy one, confirm the type of slot. In additon, before installing it go to control panel and system settings, hardware, device manager and remove the old one by right clicking it and select delete or remove. Shut down the computer follow instructions for new card.
Probably will have to install the drivers first then shut down and install the new card. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
SOURCE: hi i have a dell
Turn power off and remove the power cord from the rear of the pc. Remove the side cover of the pc. Use a phillips head screw driver and remove the screw holding the NIC card in place on the back of the case. Use two hands and gently pull the old card out. You may have to rock itleft and right to get it to slide out of the pci slot.Then place the new card into the slot that the old card was removed from. Replace the screw and power up the pc before closing the side up and test the connectivity. New hardware will be found and drivers will be installed. Update drivers if all go OK. Then replace the side cover and don't forget the screws.
Posted on Nov 30, 2010
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