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[Solved] Need Wireless Driver for Dell Latitude E laptop
It is possible they are on the USB bus Last edited by latitudedebian; at Type in the service tag that you mentioned you found on the e610 of the computer in your other thread and click submit.
You might need this but I’m not sure yet. Just starting out and have a question?
It would be great if you guys could help me getting the wifi running. Local Loopback inet addr: Such opinions may not be accurate and they are to be used at your own risk. This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
BB code is On. Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. I have even reinstalled Win 7 and that didn’t help either. I thought of that too, goumba, but thought that since the OP was posting about a laptop, that perhaps those devices were on the USB bus, or were missed because they looked for “net” without specifying a case-insensitive search.
It’s odd that no ethernet controller was listed at all in your output of lspci.
Originally Posted by ardvark71 Hi Tim, welcome to the forum If the USB adapter works “out of the 6e510 with no additional drivers of firmware needed, then it might be easier to wait for it. Originally Posted by latitudedebian. Originally Posted by TB0ne. The time now is By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features.
Would it be easiest to download them on this pc, then put it on a usb stick and install it on the other machine?
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After reading your other thread, it sounds like you have a Broadcom wireless card, so look for a Broadcom driver. The drivers you need are here, just select your Windows version and wait for the neywork to refresh: During installation my internet didn’t work and I got a message about some iwlwifi missing and later in the installation some message said that no ethernet card was detected but I could choose from a list of drivers, I tried to google the problem and tried some intel drivers but that didn’t work.
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If none of this helps, I would assume there is no driver for the wireless card you have. I’ve called Dell; no luck there without a service contact. Hi Tim, welcome to the forum If the USB adapter works “out of the box” negwork no additional drivers of firmware needed, then it might be easier to wait for it. View LQ Wiki Contributions.
I’ll post the output to your questions asap on my way to work nowbut one question I have is: I tried rfkill but i get: Net Forums Windows 7 Hardware Problems.
Hey, Version is 8.
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