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Network and audio devices not working

I have Dell E1505 that worked fine up to a couple months ago. Suddenly I have no wireless or wired connection and the audio is not working. The devices (wireless adapter, audio devices, etc) are listed in the device manager as working correctly. However the wireless icon has a red X through it and when double clicked says it is unable to detect a supported adapter. Wired connect doesn't work either. Similar issue with audio.

Any ideas on what to try?




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It sounds like you may have either a faulty motherboard or a problem with the drivers. I would first try reloading the drivers by downloading the latest ones from the Dell support site.
Let me know if this helps. If not we can try some other things.
Thanks.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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