Yes, my password is: LadyKida , Jan 9, Having said that, we’re using it just to make sure your computer is in fact a Dell Dimension Elvandil , Jan 9, Now new problems are starting all over again.
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Ethernet Controller Problem | Tech Support Guy
First, here is the specs for my system. Everyone in my family always comes to me for tech support and most of the time I’m just guessing anyway. May 12, Messages: Now new problems are starting all over again.
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LadyKidaJan 9, Jul 9, Messages: Having said that, we’re using it just to make sure your computer is in fact a Dell Dimension Yes, my password is: Were the drivers from Dell the right ones for XP?
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My eyes and fingers need a break, and it’s going on Do you already have an account? Jan 9, Messages: This software will scan your computer and should tell you just about every single piece of information ever needed. Take a screenshot of this window and attach the file in your next post.
This site is completely free — paid for by advertisers and donations. My son tore off the model sticker on the top and we’ve lost it somewhere in the house which makes things more difficult.
I’ve tried downloading the network drivers from the dell website and installing them, but it still says the drivers for the Ethernet controller are missing. No, create an account now.
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It’s a Dell DimensionI think. I don’t know what else to do. Are there other drivers missing or devices that don’t work? ElvandilJan 9, Join our site today to ask your question. To post a screen shot of the active window, hold the Alt key and press the PrtScn key. In the search bar type devmgmt.
Ok, I’m including another screenshot in case I miss any numbers that you needed. You’ll probably going to need to obtain them by doing a scan at the Windows Updates site and then seeing if it brings up a graphics and sound driver for them. Help, at this point I am desperate.