Currently the Device Manager has a big question mark next to ‘other devices’ with further question marks below, under Ethernet Controlled and Multimedia Audio Controlled. This service is incredible. Click the Have Disk button. The page cannot be found. Dell was all wrong – shame on them. The wizard should give you a choice to do it automatically or from a location, pick location and show it where the file is.
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Select Install from a list of specified location Advancedclick Next. Therers the Have Disk tab, so I click it.
EX 10 Gbps High-Performance Ethernet Switch – Juniper Networks
Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Click the Have Disk button.
What is the service tag for this PC? And Etjernet tried the link again, it just won’t open. When it does – browse to C: My most sincere gratitude, mate.
As for the info, I went into device manager, right clicked on ethernet controller, went into properties, and that was the info under Device Status I think I downloaded the wrong driver software.
[SOLVED] Need to download driver for Dell Dimension 4550 Ethernet adapter
Thats what it says under device status, i can’t find a Details Tab. Ok, so the first one brought me to Dell sight, I already installed that driver but I followed his instructions anyway. What driver do I need, or what else should I be doing to get my tower on the internet?
I solved this problem. I found an old post, someone had the same exact problem.
You can find the drivers for your computer here: The wizard is supossed to help me install the software for Ethernet controller. I’m afraid I don’t know how to get to that screen.
[SOLVED] Dell Dimension 4550 XP installed all drivers- but no ethernet controller
Copyright -Tech Support Forum. All it does is open the window in that path. Originally Posted by makinu1der2 Hello donjlegacy, Since you don’t have the Driver CD for your system you can download the drivers from the Dell website and then transfer them to the system. Well I’m off to bed. This is what I was trying to do for you with the details tab.
Page 1 of 2. See what it says about “Network card” under “System summary”.
windows xp – Missing network drivers for Dell Dimension – Super User
Dell was all wrong – shame on them. Current Temperatures Take II.
You know what I think the problem is? Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. It brought me to https: