No Network Driver Load When I install Win XP Pro...
regarding the Dell D-510 with with network driver issue - thank you for your reply, but I have no connectivity whatsoever. That's the problem. I would go on line right away to get the drivers, but I have no way to connect - no wireless, no onboard NIC - nothing.....
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Re: No Network Driver Load When I install Win XP Pro...
Please check the IP Address i.e, go to Control Panel Network Connections Local Area Connection (Right Click On it) Properties Internet Protocol(TCP/IP) Properties See whether the IP Address,Subnet Mask,Gateway,DNS Server Address is entered properly or not
if it is entered properly go to Command Prompt type the following Ping ip address and ping gateway address and DNS address if both are getting reply then connectivity is there no reply means either the cable not plugged or else cable not poper i.e, RJ 45 Cable (Network cable)
if still not solved try to get the solution from the vendor or else friends or any computer technician nearby to u r home because until some one has to come over there and understand the problem then only we can solve the problem .
Sorry i thought it was a driver problem so therefore i gave the link for drivers
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Hello, looks like there are 3 different wireless lan drivers on the Lenovo website! Maybe you've installed the wrong one? (Worth looking into anyway)Sorry can't think of anything else atm.Regards,nicam49
Run the drivers cd that came with your laptop, look for network drivers and install it. If you don't have the drivers cd, you can download the network driver from another pc that has internet connection. just go to support.dell.com, click on home users, click on drivers and downloads, you have an option to either enter your service tag or select your laptop's model, then you'll see a list of drivers for your laptop. make sure the correct operating system is selected (xp,vista,win 7), you'll see several categories, click on network, look for intel driver pro 100 ve and download it, save it on a flash drive or burn it on a cd, run it on your laptop and that should install your network driver and let you connect to the internet
Pick Your 510 (I cannot direct you to the exact link there is a C-510, D-510, E-510, etc.)
Choose Your Operating System (From The Drop-Down List)
Scroll To Network (Section)
Choose "Wireless" or PRO Wireless Adapter
All of the drivers and accessories, for your computer, are located at this location. Remember to save it in your favorites and or Right Click, Create Shortcut (this will place a shortcut to all the drivers for your system) on Your Desktop
hi, As denoted by your problem description, it seems you are talking about audio software. If this is the case, you can try it re-installing the audio drivers provided by HP website or if you have drivers Disk with you.
Please let me know if you are not talking about software and are referring to Audio device drivers.