Question about Lenovo ThinkPad R60 with Wireless Wide Area Network (ThinkPad R60_WWAN_Standard_123N)
What drivers arent working exactly? Each hardware component on your computer comes with its own drivers, one thing you might want to do is access your device manager [right click 'my computer' and click 'manage', then click 'device manager' in the console tree]. expand each the devices that either have a yellow exclamation or question mark next to them. The yellow exclamation mark implies a conflict while the yellow question mark implies that the drivers are missing, you could right click the device and click on 'properties' then click 'update drivers' and the OS will do the update for you automatically, or you'll have to manually download them from the manufacturers websites. In this case you'll need to know the Model number of your computer, the kind pf processor and chipset you have and the name of the Operating System. Good luck
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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