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Re: Installing internal board dell d600 nic hardaware
The wireless card bay is located under a panel on the bottom of the machine. It will have two leads (wires) the plug onto it. There will be only one place that the card fits and you will know it when you see the two wires. After installing the card, then you will need the drivers in order for it to work properly, you can find the drivers at driverguide.com using the make and model of the card. Also, the two leads will only work properly if connected correctly. The card will work if connected wrong but the reception will be lousy. If you find that you're not getting a good signal after everything is installed and working, try switching the wires.
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Go to www.dell.com and look for the DRIVER DOWNLOAD (or similar name) and put in your service tag number (on the bottom of the computer). Once you do that, you should be able to find your Network Interface Card (NIC) and download it. Of course, you will need to do this on another computer and transfer the download to either a flash drive or CD writable disk. Once that is done, you can load it onto your laptop. There may be several NIC's to choose from but use the recommended one for your service tag number.
One drawback may be that NIC will not be supported on VISTA. If you have done all this, you may have to roll back to Windows XP. One problem with Dell Computers is that they don't take kindly to VISTA unless the computer was designed exclusively for VISTA. I have an E1705 that I tried to upgrade to VISTA and it was a disaster! I had to roll back to XP.
Try re-installing the ATI Redeon graphics driver (video driver). If problem persist, I suspected its your video card is having a problem. I believe it is built in on your machine. So you need to replace a system board.
If machine is under warranty, no need to pay for the repairs.
Seems there is a problem with the Linksys since there is not any lights coming on. Did you plug it into a switched outlet in the wall? Does it work if you plug the Linksys into an outlet in another room?
If you can get it to light up, the way you will access it is through your web browser. Type in 192.168.1.1 into your web browser and a login in screen should pop up.
What error code was given when you tried to install the Broadcom 570x. What operating system? (WinXp, Win2000, Vista)? I would go to Dell's website and download the drivers shown there for the Latitude D600.