Normally, it’s best to get drivers for Dell computers directly from Dell. You can get a crossover cable at any computer or electronics store or online. I cannot connect pc and router via physical connection as the router is located within a lodgers room, and would be very inconvenient for them to install a cable. A standard cable will not work. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
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I have the same question 0. A standard cable will not work. Do you know where i could find this driver in order to tranfer onto my pc?
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If you can’t find the Dell Service Tag, or czrd after you find it there still remain two different driver files and you can’t distinguish which one you have, download the driver from the Intel site. You can get a crossover cable at any computer or electronics store or online. Thanks for marking this as the answer. LemP Replied on January 29, If the Ethernet adapter needs a driver, you should get it from the computer manufacturer if you have a “name brand” computer or from the manufacturer of the adapter itself.
Thus, there’s also a possibility to get drivers directly from Intel. In this case, I suggest you download the chipset driver and network card driver first – get them installed in that order with whatever reboots necessary and then you should tx260 able to configure the Internet and get the other drivers using the machine itself.
Although there are 20 files listed under “Network” on that page, there are only 2 files that seem as if they might be applicable to you: You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Any help would be appreciated. It goes right to that error, doesn’t even attempt to check for an active connection. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Wireless to LAN sharing difficulty
Normally, it’s best to get drivers for Dell computers directly from Dell. I am going through help pages but not getting much help.
Did this solve your problem? This is built into Windows XP.
You can download the driver using another computer, copy it to a USB flash drive or burn it to a CD, and get it to the computer that needs it that way. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is carv Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. In addition to downloading the correct driver, click the Read Me link on that page for installation directions.
I have found other sites that can automatically detect and install missing drivers onlne but again this obviously is not an option for me.
How satisfied are you with this response? You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft carc customer service number. What you need to do is fairly simple – but will likely require the use of another machine or a different OS already on the machine that works on the Internet at least gd260 the first downloads the motherboard chipset and the network card driver.
Did this solve your problem? I have used the window network set up multiple times and it only gives me one connection and won’t even create a second one to try. Would it be necessary to access the required driver s online? In reply to LemP’s post on January 29, Dell suggests you download and install the drivers in this order: In reply to terrytibbs’s post on January 31, After ICS is configured on your laptop, you can use the default configuration of the Ethernet adapter in the desktop obtain an IP address automatically.
There is one catch, however: If so, download it and follow the installation directions. As you recognize, however, you do need the Ethernet adapter on the desktop to be working.