I have the above PC and after installing XP, I am now having a hard time trying to locate and download the correct driver.
I have tried 3Com, Dlink, Realtek, and this does not get the card going.
I opened the box to see what model the NIC was and again I was not able to.
Removing the Ethernet adaptor from the Device list and rebooting does pick up the card, but does not give the card make.
Any way around that? That'll help point me to download the right card driver
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1.Don't plug your WLAN USB adapter until setup finish and reset the computer 2.Download
XP driver from 3COM in below link... make sure to select the correct one depending on the serial number
of your adapter (starting with 0100/0200/0300)
click and it will automatically unzip and may ask you again after unzip
use recommend settings and click yes to use recommend settings and
click yes to all to overwrite again
the folder unzipped again but if didn't ask it is OK. 4.In the unzipped folder right click on the setup file and click properties then go to Compatibility tab. InCompatibility mode click "Run program in compatibility mode of"
then chose Windows XP (Service Pack 2) and OK. 5.Click setup now and after installation finish restart your computer. 6.After reset plug you USB adapter and will take some time to install the driver.
You will need to select the Product Family: Notebook, then Product Line: Aspire and Product Model: Aspire 5738zG
Then it will show all available drivers for your notebook. First select the correct Operating System: (example: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition) and locate the correct VGA driver for your computer and click on it to download it. Make sure to remember where you will save it since you will need to browse the driver file after download is completed.
After downloading the driver, locate it and just install it by double-clicking the file.
Step-by-step guide for install 3Com HomeConnect PC Digital WebCam Lite driver. 1. Download file for 3Com HomeConnect PC Digital WebCam Lite from our site, save it on your computer and unzip. 2. Connect your 3Com HomeConnect PC Digital WebCam Lite to computer. 3. Right click on My computer and click Properties. Go to Hardware tab. Click to Device Manager button. 4. Find your new 3Com HomeConnect PC Digital WebCam Lite on Webcams category double click on device and press Reinstall Driver button. 5. Select Install from specific location, check Include this location and click Browse button to select the 3comdriver click Next button to continue and click Finish button to finish installation. 6. After this procedure you should see new 3Com HomeConnect PC Digital WebCam Lite in Webcams inside device manager. Hope this will help yoo fix your problem.If you need more assistance just reply to this post or contact me.Thanks
What type of hard drive is it. Sound like you put in a SATA hard drive. You need to load the drivers for that hard drive. During the Windows XP setup it gives you an option to load 3rd party drivers that what is sounds like you need to to.
Make a clean installation of XP with prior formating the Hard Disk Partition (where you are goint to install it)
For the driver issue, I am not sure if you have all drivers for your MOBO. (included in MoBo CD) and the driver for LAN Card, VGA or other devices drivers.
Let me know in bit more detail of other drivers which you have and have not? Try surfing the website to locate the exact drivers and most of driver you will get with optimum cost. Such as download.com or FileHippo.com
Well once you did a clean install over all of Dell drivers etc etc. You wiped out the restore artion that was on the computer. You have to go to Dells website and under the support tab look for the Nic card that you have inside the computer.