Question about Dell Latitude D600 Notebook
Yes, that would most likely be and I'm 99.9% certain it's a driver problem because of the issue you are having.
You either have the wrong driver installed, no driver at all, or the driver is corrupted or needs updating based on a compatibility issue.
Youcan check if you are missing drivers by going to Start>(RightClick)My Computer>Properties>Hardware>Device Manager. If yousee any drivers that are yellow or with a ! those are the drivers youneed to find, download and install.
First, before you do as a safety measure Create a Restore Point. Just go to Start>All Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Restore. Follow the instructions and create a restore point. You can recover your machine by restoring it to a restore point.
You can find information on System Restore here:
Now,plug in your laptop with the Ethernet Cord and go to...
Windows Updates ~ When you go to Windows Update, do not "Express"update, rather "Custom" - Once it has loaded the screen, on the lefthand side you will see hardware. Download the hardware drivers there.They work 98% of the time, and Windows Update is pretty good now daysso it might fix your problem easy. You will be looking for something around the words "Wireless Driver Device" or "Intel Wireless" etc. Download, it'll install, restart your machine. Give it a go.
If not, searchhttp://www.driverguide.com/ and look and download them manually, or thefree program I use to get information on them, and for the program toidentify what driver your missing, and give you the information to lookfor it on the manufactures website, is DriverMaX
If after these steps, nodrivers needed updating, and nothing was needed to be installed or the fault continues to occur pleasedo clarify it & with detail and I will assist you further otherwiseit should fix your problem!
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
This is a driver problem. See if there is an updated driver and if there isn't try reinstalling the driver. This could also be caused by a virus or P2P software running such as utorrent interfering with your firewall.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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