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Oct 14, Messages: You haven’t provided the service tag number for your Dell. Tech Support Guy is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. The chipset drivers should be installed first before installing any of the other drivers. May 24, Messages: Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Discussion in ‘ Windows XP ‘ started by oldtimerOct 14, The response was to go to Dell driver support and download all the drivers in the proper order but would you have to install all or can I just install the network drivers.
Your name or email address: Didn’t figure on the type line changing so just for clarification the PCI device numbers are the same as Ethernet controller except those given.
I see where in Jan Flowerlady had reformatted her drive and had the same problem, yellow? Dell service number is 2J1LH Do I have to concern myself about any of the other up dates posted by Dell?
The chipset, graphics, audio, ethernet, and modem if one is present are usually the only drivers that need to be installed for a desktop. The difficulty I had was identifying the correct drivers.
Solved: Network driver for Dell E Windows XP | Tech Support Guy
Make sure to install the Intel chipset driver first, then restart the computer before installing the other drivers. Hey thanks for providing the detail on the drivers “flavallee” I installed them and now have the computer up and running with internet.
Log in or Sign up. Yes, my password is: Join our site today to ask your question. I’m glad to hear you had success. Unless the Device Manager still has entries with a yellow? There are 4 shown and I guess I would only install the Intel drivers? If you’re not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. pcci
Solved: Network driver for Dell 3100 E310 Windows XP
I think you’re right about the driver but is that all I’d have to install to be able to access the internet, right now I can’t and am using a second computer. When the properties window appears, click the “Details” tab, then select “Hardware Ids”.