View LQ Wiki Contributions. BryanSTG , Dec 16, I contacted Intel because the modem is reportedly an Intel modem. Currently I need drivers for 1. I’ve read through your previous thread and still may not be able to help on account there may not be any Windows 7 drivers for your oem wireless card. Originally Posted by ardvark Having a problem logging in?
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We can only wait for the OP I suppose. Originally Posted by goumba Post 2 was on the money, you need the firmware, unfortunately listed the wrong package. The strange thing is that debian is running perfectly fine on the E Your name or email address: Originally Posted by latitudedebian Hey everyone, Thank you all very much for taking the time to answer my question.
The drivers you need are here, just select your Windows version and wait for the page to refresh: Net Forums Windows 7 Hardware Problems.
[SOLVED] No Ethernet & Wireless on Dell Latitude E with Debian
Originally Posted by ardvark This book contains many real life examples derived from the author’s experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. I have even reinstalled Win 7 and that didn’t help either.
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Found the Unknown Device. 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.
Latitude E6510 Windows 7 64-bit drivers
Should I just wait to arrive for that later today? Device rev 06 Pointer freezes everything on Ubuntu 9.
Hi Tim, welcome to the forum If the USB adapter works “out of the box” with no additional drivers of firmware needed, then it might be easier to wait for it. I’ve read through your previous thread and still may not be able to help on account there may not be any Windows 7 drivers for your oem wireless card. Net is the opinions e610 its users.
After reading your other thread, it sounds like you have a Broadcom wireless card, so look for a Broadcom driver. And then download everything directly onto the ? I ran dmesg but there was so much output and I’m not quite sure what to look for shall I post contorller here?
You have to install the drivers lahitude your laptop, which can be downloaded here for your Operating System: Hallo everyone, I’m currently on a Dell Latitude E with Debian installed, I also own a E on which i tried to install debian today. With Debian you have to install the firmware and a driver for your wifi card in order for your wireless to work.
Originally Posted by TB0ne. Anyone have any ideas? Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in.
Driver Problem with Dell Latitude e6510
Any help is very much appreciated! Use Question Form such as ” Why? That should give you the correct wireless card info. Win 7 Pro, Intel i5; 2. Yes, my password is: