Question about Computers & Internet
Uninstall the driver for your WLAN.
>Right Click on MY COMPUTER
>Left Click on PROPERTIES
>Click on HARDWARE Tab
>Click DEVICE MANAGER
>Look for NETWORK ADAPTERS
>Double Click that option
>Right Click on the Wireless Device
>Left click on UNINSTALL
>then go to this link: http://xpdrivers.com/network/dell/_3_3905.cfm?gclid=CIvk3LPPoKUCFYgUKgodyBKfHw
>Click on DOWNLOAD
>RUN the program
>follow prompt in installing the driver and try your network connectivity
Hope this helps! Thank you...
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Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: IDT 92HD79B1 , not getting
download driver of ur laptop from above link
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
SOURCE: Dell Inspiron N5010 Notebook VGA
Usually you can go to Dell's support site, type in the model # and the operating system and it will have any driver updates available to download. You can also try running Windows updates and make sure to check the box for custom so it searches for hardware updates also
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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