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Click on network and download the driver. But you have to know who the manufacture of the modem is. You maybe have to seach for it in the device manager. When the driver is downloaded you have to unzip the file before you can install it.
If the sevice tag is true its is the following page you have to download it from:
Part of the problem is the version of Windows that you installed. The D610 does not have Windows Vista or Windows 7 support so they may not have drivers for Windows 7 on your computer.
You might try the Windows Vista modem drive for the D620 to see if the modem is close to the one in your D610. Note most of the Vista drivers will work with Windows 7. However you may have an issue since you are running the Windows 7 for Thin PC as you should be running the standard Windows 7 HOME, PRO, or ULTIMATE on your notebook. Was there a reason you got this version?
You have probably not installed the drivers required for the wireless adapter. Go to Dell website and search for your model's drivers. Look for wireless adapter drivers.
Please also check that your wireless adapter is on. Some laptops have a switch on the front side of the laptop to turn the wireless on or off. On other laptops is the combination of the Fn key and one of the F1-12 keys.
Go to dell support at www.dell.com/support find drivers and downloads, click on it. it'll ask you to choose your system. if you have the service tag number on the bottom of your laptop use that method or just pick by modle. you'll see where it says type of driver ... just leave it as all, same with importance, and so on. you should now be at a page that lists them all by type. I'm pretty sure that it's the Conextant V9 . Dell usually keeps all models of laptops with great hardware and my last 4 dells all had conextant.
go to http://support.dell.com and click on downloads and drivers. Go through the on-screen prompts and enter your model number and OS, and you'll get pointed to the drivers for your machine. Aside from installing the modem drivers, it sounds like you should re-install the touchpad drivers (also there).