Most likely one of the devices is your network card or modem. in order to reinstall this you will need to either find the original CDs that came with your PC or go to the site of the vendor who supplied your PC.
If you know what the name of the network card, motherboard, or other devices are, you can get onto the Internet from another PC and search for those at the vendor site.
You may be forced to download these off Dells site if you cant find the CD
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Check the device manager for any conflicts with the drivers. There would be "Other drivers" listed if there was any drivers that were not installed correctly. If there is any listed try right clicking on them and selecting to reinstall drivers.
To get to the device manager:
Right click on my computer or Computer > select properties > then click on hardware tab on top then device manager or click on device manager link.
Try this few steps to resolve your issue: 1. update the driver from the Device Manager. 2. right-click My Computer on your Desktop 3. and then on the Hardware tab, select the Device Manager button.
4. In the Device Manager window, identify the CD or DVD drive item (with Yellow exclamation mark) 5. right-click on it and select Update Driver.
note: Please follow the screen instructions to update the device driver and restart your PC.
It sounds like you have the wrong driver installed or there are more drivers that you need to install and update.
One way to ensure that you install the correct drivers is to go through the Device Manager and update your driver.
This is for a Windows XP system
To Update your drivers through Device Manager, pls do the following:
1. Attach your computer to the internet, make sure you can get on the internet by launching your browser, ie. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari
2. Navigate to Start/Control Panel, System
3. Choose the Hardware Tab and click Device Manager
4. See if there are yellow exclamation marks or question marks listed
5. Select them and right click on each one (you have to do this one by one until you see no more yellow exclamation marks or question marks)
6. Choose Update Driver
7. Follow the prompts to complete (usually by clicking ok to all the prompts)
This is for a Windows Vista or Windows 7 system
1. Connect your computer to the internet and ensure that you have internet connection by launching your browser and surfing to your favorite website.
2. Navigate Start/Control Panel/System
3. On the top left hand corner, click Device Manager
4. Do the same from 5-7 under the Windows XP directions up above.
Again, remember that sometimes drivers are related to something else on the system. Therefore you may need to update one or more drivers. This is the only way to ensure that you get everything.
Let me know how it works out and please don't forget to rate me.
1st of what OS are you using?
If your using Vista onwards,
Device manager supports updates through net
You have to right click on the device and select properties
On the drivers tab, press update. Go through the process, you may select to update them through internet access.
If ever it fails, change the DVD (sata or IDE) slot.
A way to find out that DVD's are working is to put a CD in and if the LED light blinks, it still reads data and the prob is @ your computer (driver).
Even i had this problem.
Follow these steps it may be of help to you.
1. Go to Device manager.
2. Insert the SD card.
3. When the SD card shows up in the device manager with an alert, right click and say disable device.
4. Go to Services and start PNP related services if it is not started.
5. Again right click and say enable device.
6. It shud update the driver software and your device may be detected successfully.
7. Enjoy :)
easy way is to run a cat 5 cable to your router and go to device manager and tell it to update your wireless drivers other option is to go to another computer download the drivers onto removable storage device and then install drivers from device manager.
right click on "my computer" select select properties device manager find your device right click and update drivers follow prompts
If you go to Dell.com and put in your service tag you can get the exact driver you need for the modem (or any other device). If you are using a different computer, copy this driver to a floppy, USB drive, or CD and use that to install the missing driver.
Often you should install the drivers (using device CD), before you connect the external device to your computer.
1) Delete the driver from device manager,
2) disconnect the drive from computer,
3) restart computer,
4) install the driver (using device CD),
5) after driver is successfuly installed,
6) connect the external device.