i have a Samsung RV520 lap top Intl core 3 OS windows 7 and it has recently Crashed. i re installed the OS then win it was back up the wireless Ethernet "WiFi" was not installed on the system tried to install it with the default drivers. The Drivers did not work. the software on the computer i am looking for is the Intel centrino wireless-N + WIMAX 6150. I started to look for online could not find the version for windows 7 the only one i can find is vista. So i was wondering if any one knows where to get the drivers?
I have recently been trying to download a file but every time that I've tried, the download stops at the exact same point, saying that it is "unable to complete the download". It gives the error message: NSURLErrorDomain error -1.
I recently had to wipe my Vostro 1710 Laptop, and start brand new. However, my drivers disk is broken, and will not install the drivers.I can not seem to find the correct internet driver to download to get my wifi up and running, and it's kinda important that I do. What is the process of finding these drivers, and transferring them via USB stick from my desktop to my Laptop?
I have a Dell Studio Laptop 1558. I recently reinstalled Widows 7 and then the drivers. I'm pretty sure I installed them in the wrong order. So how do I go about fixing that? Like I said I can't connect to any wireless networks. The networks don't even show up(I live in an apartment complex so usually I have a whole bunch of networks listed). I can only use the Ethernet cord to get online. I know the wireless works because my roomate can connect to the wireless internet.
I have a HP pavillion 061 EX332AA-ABA m7580n AMD athlon(tm) 64 x2 dual core running on windows xp pro. I cannot get my internet working and my computer will not recognize half the things in my drive manager. Just has a bunch of unknown devices like SM bus controller, other PCI bridge device, etc
last week i noticed a lot of connectivity issues while surfing the web through wifi. my setup: dell vostro 3550, wireless adapter n1030, win7 64-bit after several attempts of fixing the issue following recommendations wrt the n1030 adapter (eg deactivating bluetooth, changing channels of router to 1 or 11, etc), I decided to complete erase all driver and hardware entries of the blue-tooth wireless adapter (like suggested in this thread: [URL]
afterwards i installed ALL available and latest drivers from dell or/and intel regarding this wifi adapter. the result is that the wireless adapter is again shown in the hardware manager and also in the system information of win7 which is great.BUT, somehow the win7 wifi network software/tools does still not recognize the adapter by the means of unplugging the lan cable i just see the wifi symbol with a red x. also opening the network and sharing console does not show the adapter to me although when clicking on "configure wifi networks" and "adapter properties" it is there and active "ready to use". additionally, the intel wireless diagnosis tool tells me that the adapter must have been deactivated or deinstalled. well, the tool is partially right, but the adapter was reinstalled and shows up in the hardware manager. somehow it missed that point ?
Where can I go and download free software for 802.11n technology for RTL8188CE drive/adapter 802.11 b/g/n? I need the full power of the n technology since the n technology in the adapter I have was in its preliminary developmental stages. I have a mini pc and operate with Windows 7.
I just had to re-install an ancient version of windows XP Home edition on a crashed PC. I plugged in my WUSB54G v4 to the USB outlet, and the wizard came up to install the software. However, XP couldn't find any drivers for it, and I don't appear to have a CD with drivers on it. So, where on this site can I find them? When I go to the WUSB54G page, it just gives me manuals to dowload, but no software...
I have a Dell Dimension3000 with XP SP3.. I recently tried to uninstall some of my USB ports to resolve a problem I was having with my iPod... but in the process it seems tohave knocked out my internet connection. In Device Manager under Network Adapters, it shows two devices --
1. Intel(R) PRO/100 VE Network connection
2. USB 10/100 LANThe Intel device seems to be working, but the USB LAN has a warning exclamation through it.. and it says the drivers are not installed. How do I get these drivers? All links I find are for the Intel product.. if I downloaded this, would it correct the missing drivers on the USB LAN device?
I just did a fresh install of Windows 7 (x64) on Dell laptop- Dell Inspiron N5110 . I did not rebuild it from the factory restore disc as that failed to work.The installation is complete. I am trying To get my Wi-Fi to work by pressing FN+F2 however it is not working, the Bluetooth icon appears instead which doesn’t work either.I have tried to look for the wifi adapter in the device manager, but it does not exist in the list.I understand that I have to install the drivers. Will that do the trick? I also don’t know what the name of the wifi adapter is, so don’t know which driver to install.