Question about Dell Latitude D510 Notebook
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.....
Please check the IP Address i.e,
Local Area Connection (Right Click On it)
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
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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