Driver for NEC Versa E6300 with Linux operating system
I have some problems here. I have laptop NEC Versa E6300 with Windows Vista as it's original operating system. I want to change my OS to Linux. Do you know the site where I can download driver for NEC Versa E6300 with Linux operating system ?? I really need your help,,
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link to NEC website..click drivers download and follow steps they provide on how to get download..
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You need a windows Vista disc. Insert the disc and follow the prompts. I would format the hard drive instead of upgrading do a new install. The best way would be to go into your bios and make sure the boot device order has the cd-rom booting before the hard drive. Then put the disc in and start the computer, when it says press any key to boot from cd hit any key and let it load and then follow the prompts to install.
It does sound like it could be a driver issue or the card itself. You will never get anyone to admit they are to blame. Realteks make good stuff and seem quite reliable. My guess would be the driver as your symptoms are what I have seen before on other brands with driver issues. If its under warranty scream and holler (nicely) and see if they will take it back to "fix" it. Generally they can't and you can get it replaced or refunded. If not you can try an earlier driver as well as keeping an eye out for new ones. Sometimes they fix something minor and cause something major like this. If no driver fixes then you can try replacing the wifi card. See what other brands came with your machine such as an Athera.
Fairly cheap to find on places like ebay and installs much like a ram module. No easy fix for this one I'm afraid.
Joelmar, you are incorrect. This model was also sold with xp, I'm typing this on one. If you still have the original Hdd and have not formatted the recovery partition, boot up the laptop whilst holding the f11 key. This will start NEC recovery and allow you to reinstall the system, drivers included. Back up first!