Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
Network connection window is empty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dell XP Installation CDs are the same for all systems, the drivers for different systems are contained on the Resource CD for that system. Dell also usually places the drivers for the system in a specific location on the hard drive to be reinstalled later if needed. It depends on the type of installation you performed.
If you did a Repair Installation, the underlying files and programs would have remained intact and the correct drivers would be found in the c:\dell\drivers folder from the original installation. However, if you did a Full Installation you must do one of the following:
1) locate the Resource CD for your Inspiron 6400 and install it;
2) see if 'Local Area Connection' shows under the Start button->My Computer->Connect To->Show All Connections menu, and if so just hook to the router or modem by an ethernet cable until you download the drivers from Dell's website (support.dell.com);
3) download the drivers from Dell's website (support.dell.com) on a different machine and copy them to a USB memory stick or cd, then insert the media into the Inspiron 6400 and install the drivers;
4) install a USB or PCMCIA wireless card or ethernet connector just to get you online so you can get to the Dell site to download the correct drivers. You probably know someone you can borrow such a device from rather than pay the $30-$40 to buy it new. Once the correct drivers are installed you wouldn't need it again.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
You have to reconnect to the wireless network you have been using. In the lower right corner of the desktop there should be an icon that looks like a computer screen with 3 or 4 wavy lines above it. Right click on this, select "view available wireless networks", highlight the one you want to connect to, and click connect. You might have to have a security code to get into it.
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
SOURCE: sound card driver with wimdow xp
You will get all the drivers for windows XP here :
Just download and install them.
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Posted on Mar 24, 2009
SOURCE: Network controller not working.
go to support.dell.com
click drivers and downloads
choose by service tag and type in your service tag located at the botton of the laptop usually composed of 7 alphanumeric digits.
search and then on the result, go to network and you should have the driver there.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Try to manually update the drivers.
Go to Settings/Control Panel/System
Then Device Manager
Click on one and update.
Let the OS search the CD with the drivers.
(You may have to navigate to the correct directory)
If this fails you will have to go to the DELL website and download the drivers for your machine.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Oct 31, 2009
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