Has anyone else tried getting the VLAN support working on a Dell Latitude E6500? The network device I have is a "Intel(R) 82567LM Gigabit Network Connection". Using the latest drivers available from support.dell.com, both the Dell download page and the driver report it as version 126.96.36.199. The Dell download page states it as A01, and dated 2009-02-24. The driver reports a date of 2008-04-04. Under the "Advanced" tab of the properties from Device Manager, it shows "Priority & VLAN" as set to "Priority & VLAN Enabled". However, it doesn't appear to provide a way to add and configure the VLANs. For Intel network cards, this typically requires the Intel PROSet application. The only download I can find from Dell is the "Intel 825xx Gigabit Platform LAN Network Device - Application", 14.0.2/Gold Build 01, A00, 2008-08-13 - and it is for 32-bit Windows only
I'm very surprised that Dell only provides DDR2-800Mhz memory support for Latitude E6500 instead of E4300. I don't understand, the built in chipset of E6500 is a Mobile Intel� PM45 Express Chipset that support DDR3 Memory so why the E6500 don't support it ? Intel tech specs : The Mobile Intel� PM45 Express Chipset delivers Microsoft Windows Vista* Premium support with the highest level of Microsoft Windows Aero* experience.1 It delivers outstanding system performance through high-bandwidth interfaces such as dual-channel DDR3 and DDR2 memory support, 1066 MHz system bus, PCI Express* x16 graphics port and PCI Express x1 I/O ports, Serial ATA, and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity. Use of the Mobile Intel PM45 Express Chipset includes support for Intel� Active Management Technology (Intel� AMT) 4.0, the next generation of remote client network management for business. Use of the Mobile Intel PM45 Express Chipset also includes support for dual graphics with ATI CrossfireX*, for extreme gaming. Support for DDR3 and DDR2 memory technology Does anyone try to upgrade E6500 memory to DDR3-1066Mhz ?
[url] 84 WHr Extended Battery Slice for Dell Latitude E6400/6400 ATG/ E6500/ E4300 Laptops / Precision Mobile WorkStations M2400/ M4400/ M6400
I am very curious with this Frankenstein-ish upgrade. I have seen both the Precision M4400 and the Latitude E6500 up close before and I do realize that both laptops use pretty much the same lower chassis and other modular internals with the only difference is the screen and screen bezel and touchpad unit. With the exact port locations the same. Is it worth it to get a refurbished M4400 motherboard and swap it with a Latitude E6500 one and putting it in a fully working Latitude E6500? The reason I ask about this is a friend of mine's mother works for a company that resells their ~1 year old Latitudes for a really cheap price (I think Latitude E6500's go around $250-$350 a piece!) and replace them with newer Latitudes and (rarely Precisions) from Dell the following year.
got this (invoice date 9/23) for home office & we're setting it up but noticed the palmrest & particularly the keyboard have a degree of mush flex that I never experienced with any other notebook, is this much Flex normal for E6500 or should I exchange-return it? (as seen somewhat in youtube video of another E6500 owner below; keyboard caves like pressing a bouncy ball, more the closer the keys are to the center)?: [url] No other review here mentioned this: Dell Latitude E6500 Review With Pictures (Updated Constantly) [url] What is Keyboard Flex? Keyboard flex? monitor flex? Tech Support told me the flex is normal to withstand stress better & keyboard replacement may not make it any different & that the return policy is 21 days (today-tomorrow) but Customer care assured me it's 30 days so I should have until next week by Oct 22. [url] "New Vostro, OptiPlex, Latitude, and Dell Precision systems purchased directly from divisions designated by Dell as Commercial or Public may be returned within 30 days from the date on the packing slip or invoice."
I've got a choice at the moment between two latitudes: 1) Dell Latitude D630: 2.2ghz C2D, 3Gb RAM, 120gb HDD, dvd/cdrw drive, vista, nvidia Quaddro GFX 2) Dell Latitude E6500: 2.26ghz C2D, 3Gb RAM, 80gb HDD, DVDRW, Vista, Which do you reckon i ought to go for between the two? The laptop will be used primarily between home and university, so will be taken between the two places in my shoulder messenger bag, so will probably take a few bumps
I just ordered a Dell Latitude E6500. Now I'm looking to get a cable lock for it. I know they are not the best at protecting your laptop, but some protection is better than none, besides I just want to lock down to a table while I need to run to the bathroom for a minute. So, from personal experience, if you have a Dell Latitude E6500/E6400, what locks work/fit best for it? I've done some research and I've tried to read around(couldn't find much on here for the specific laptop). So far I'm looking at these two (but I have no word from latitude E6500/E6400 users): ..
Dell has released a new IDT driver. The links says A05 but the file name is A06. XP or Vista. Quote: Compatibility Latitude E4200 Latitude E4300 Latitude E5400 Latitude E5500 Latitude E6400 Latitude E6400 ATG Latitude E6500 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M2400 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M4400 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M6400 Fixes and Enhancements Added DUP package. I haven't a clue what the DUP package is. The real change, as far as I can see, is that I no longer have to manually disable the internal speakers in order to get bass out through the external audio device.
I just ordered a new Latitude E6500 (and my boss is paying for it!). It will come with Vista Business 32 and I plan on reformatting the machine and doing a clean install. My new system will have: P8600 2 GB RAM 160 GB 5400 HDD WXGA+ LED Display 4500MHD Integrated Webcam Intel Wifi 5100 Dell 370 Bluetooth I prefer to have my system as clean as possible. Is there any included software that I will need to reinstall?
I've been wavering back and forth between the T500 & E6500 for the past few weeks, but been pretty satisfied with our past Dell fleet and their service. Up to Monday I was pretty much set on the E6500's, but I'm starting to see more and more threads about troublesome issues on the E-series. Things that would certainly bother me and my team. Maybe we can keep track of all the issues and hopefully resolutions to them on this thread. Here's what I've compiled so far: Let me know what else to add. 1. Poor quality WXGA+ LED screens Disappointed with LED LCD in E6400 E6400 vs. XPS M1330 LED Screens 2. Drifting Trackpad / Lack of proper sensitivity adjustments E6500 TrackPoint drifting badly 3. Keyboard issues E6500 TrackPoint drifting badly 4. DVD burner problems Latitude E-Series DVD Burner troubles 5. Crackling/poor audio e6500 crackling audio 6. Random lockups http://www.dellcommunity.com/support...read.id=289406
Matrix Storage Driver 188.8.131.527 Matrix Storage Manager 184.108.40.2067 Quote: Level of Importance: Urgent Dell highly recommends applying this update as soon as possible. The update contains changes to improve the reliability and availability of your Dell system. Compatibility SystemsOperating systems Latitude E4200 Latitude E4300 Latitude E6400 Latitude E6400 ATG Latitude E6500 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M2400 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M4400 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M6400 Microsoft Windows Vista 32-bit Microsoft Windows Vista 64-bit Microsoft Windows XP Microsoft Windows XP x64 Fixes and Enhancements - Changes made to reduce power consumption improving battery performance. - Corrects random issues related to not being able read/write to and from CD/DVD optical drives.
This may be of interest to people who use their security hardware. Quote: Release Date:12/11/2008 Version:1.2.6F, A04 Download Type:Firmware File Format:Hard-Drive File Size:2 MB Level of Importance: Urgent Dell highly recommends applying this update as soon as possible. The update contains changes to improve the reliability and availability of your Dell system. Compatibility Latitude E4200 Latitude E4300 Latitude E6400 Latitude E6400 ATG Latitude E6500 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M2400 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M4400 Dell Precision Mobile WorkStation M6400 Fixes and Enhancements Changes in this release: Fixes issues with some CAC and PIV smart cards being read incorrectly. Fixes issues with some Gemalto smart cards, including Gemalto .NET smart cards, being read incorrectly. Fixes issue where intermittently "Yellow Bangs" occur in Device Manager on "5880" device. Fixes issue where TPM key migration would fail when run from Delegated User accounts.
I am expecting my E6500 to-morrow , here is the portion of final specs. Looking for inputs from others who have received their E6500 in last 2 days to see if they got the .3 MP webcam or 2MP webcam, .... i had just selected the webcam with microphone will find out what i get....but here is the bill of parts.. 320-7003 Integrated VGA webcam with microphone for Latitude E6500 320-7015 15.4 inch Wide Screen WXGA+ LCD for Latitude E6500 313-6807 Integrated 2.0MP VGA web cam w/ microphone for WXGA+ LCD Latitude E6500 $0.00 any clues on recent buyers of E6400 & E6500
I have a latitude E6500 with an nVidia Quadro NVS 160M and I was wondering if there are any more gaming-specific cards compatible with this laptop. I know chances are very small there are any that fit, but I was just wondering. I can't find anything about graphics card upgrades on dell site, so I'm assuming its not supported in any way. I should be able to do the upgrade myself.
I just purchased this system for $605 (ex tax) in the outlet for my aunt, who is barely computer literate. She'll use it for email and skype. She needs Ultimate for foreign language support. Latitude E6500 LaptopIntel Core 2 Duo P8600 (2.40GHz, 3M L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB)Genuine Windows Vista Ultimate2 GB DDR2 SDRAM 800MHz (2 DIMMs)160 GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM)NVIDIA Quadro NVS 160MWeb CameraIntegrated Webcam with digital microphoneCertified Refurbished24X CD RW/DVD Combo Drive Dell 1397 802.11B/G Wireless Mini Card6 Cell Primary Battery125V Power Cord90W AC AdapterBack-lit KeyboardBrushed Metal Black15.4 inch WXGA+ LED Laptop Screen
I have Dell Latitude D820 with NVidia Quadro NVS 120M, but its causing failures, probably NVIDIA GPU. There are vertical straight lines on the screen, sometimes it won't boot at all, sometimes it would go dark screen and never start... etc Its been approximately 2 years since Ive had it. Im planning on buying Dell latitude E6500. I have the following questions: 1) Most people's reviews about E6500 are very disappointing, is it really true that E6500 is worse than the D820 or D series laptops in terms of build quality and hardware failure problems? 2) Considering Im having trouble with the NVidia GOU (probably) and that some people have witnessed GPU failures in Apple Macbook Pro (which uses 9400M and 9600M GPUs) and E6500 uses 160M (9300M GPU), so its a 9-series GPUs failing. Should I consider having Quadro NVS 160M in E6500 or I should avoid it and get Intel's Graphics card for now? 3) How much performance affect is there if comparing NVS 160 M with Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD ? regarding the basic 3D simulations, such as using Macromedia Director or Studio Max, or games? I mean to ask, is Quadro NVS 160M really worth it?
Just did a clean install on a Dell Latitude E6400 of Slackware 13.1 and, for the most part, all is working great. Got wicd installed and wireless came right up, nvidia drivers installed and video is fantastic, but for some reason my wired connection isn't happening. The device is detected, but I can't get an IP. Code: 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset Memory Controller Hub (rev 07) 00:01.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Mobile 4 Series Chipset PCI Express Graphics Port (rev 07) 00:19.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82567LM Gigabit Network Connection (rev 03) 00:1a.0 USB Controller: Intel Corporation 82801I (ICH9 Family) USB UHCI Controller #4 (rev 03) 00:1a.1 USB Controller: Intel Corporation 82801I (ICH9 Family) USB UHCI Controller #5 (rev 03) [Code]...
I recently purchased a Latitude E6500 with fingerprint reader. I was so impressed with the Studio15 that I had. Here is the problem the software with the E6500 doesn't let you login on websites or programs, like the Studio did. When contacted Dell they stated that it will only work with Vista. My E6500 came preloaded with XP Pro. So I bit the bullet and downgraded to Vista. Guess what still no use except to log into windows. Wave software SUCKS! Does any one know of software that will work in XP with the Latitude? Digitalpersona does not have a XP version yet. Yet on my Studio I converted to XP and it worked. Anyone have a link to the fingerprint software on the Studio?
I need a new laptop and in my price range started looking at the Vostro 1510, then kept reading that the Vostro fans were noisy, so I looked at the Lenovo SL500. Then after reading conflicting reports, I stepped it up a bit and started looking at the Latitudes. I can get refurbished Latitude E6500 in the outlet for a bit more. I am fairly accomplished computer user (just don't do hardware). Is it worth it? I have been reading postings about many problems on these as well so I'm just not sure what to do at this point. I am definitely looking for a matte screen, and Windows XP, bluetooth, and camera. If I purchase the E6500 I would like the backlit keyboard. Are there any other features I should look for? On the E6500 which graphics card is recommended -- Intel or NIVIDIA?
This Dell document (which isn't that new) tends to confirm the assumptions about the numbering of the refreshes of the Latitude / Precision series. The Dell Client Deployment Pack 1.0 supports the following Dell systems: Quote: Latitiude Series XT2, XT2 , XFR , D420 , D500 , C510 , Z600 , E5410 , E5510 , E5400 E5500 , LT , E4310 , E4300 , E6510 , E6500 , E4200 , XT , E6410 E6410 ATG , E6410 XFR , E6400 , E6400 ATG , XFR E6400 OptiPlex Series 160L , 780 , 780USFF , 380 , GX1 , 580 , 960 , 760 , 360 , 745 , 755 760 , 745c , xE , 980 Precision Series M4500 , M4400 , 390 , M6300 , M4300 , T7400 , T5400 , M2300 , T7500 T500 , T3500 , M6400 , R5400 , M6500 , R5400 , T3400 This suggests that the Latitude numbers are what everyone assumed they would be. The M6500 has arrived but, so far, Google isn't unearthing anything about the E4310, E6410 and E6510.
I need to select a new laptop for work. My company allows Dell only. Currently, I have a Dell Latitude D610. (yes time to upgrade). I travel often. Therefore, weight is a factor. I'm not sure if I should go with the 14" or 15" screen. My current 14" seems OK. I need a laptop where I can use a port replicator. I believe that this limits my choices. Some of the models I like from a design standpoint don't seem to offer this. So, I ended up with: Latitude E6400 Latitude E6500 Latitude E5500 Latitude E5400 I couldn't really figure out what the difference is between the E5x and E6x.
I am in the process of ordering a new e6500. I have been reading through the forum for the last week and I came to the following configuration but would like to clarify a couple of questions. Just an idea of what laptops I have, I am using Latitude D610, Latitude D620, Thinkpad T60. This might give you an idea of what I am used to. I find T60 is the best overall, D620 very mobile but slow, D610 ok and stable. Here is what I am thinking for the e6500. Latitude E6500 Intel� Core� 2 Duo P8600 (2.40GHz, 3M L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB) Operating Systems Genuine Windows Vista Business Bonus-Windows XP Professional downgrade Memory 4.0GB, DDR2-800 SDRAM, 2 DIMMS Internal Keyboard Internal English Backlit Keyboard Intel� Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD 250GB Hard Drive, 7200RPM with Free Fall Sensor No Fingerprint Reader 15.4� UltraSharp� Wide WXGA+ (1440x900) LED Display-Brushed Metal Black Dell Wireless� 370 Bluetooth Module Modem Internal 56K Modem 8X DVD+/-RW w/Roxio and Cyberlink Power DVD� Camera / Microphone Integrated Webcam with digital microphone Intel� WiFi Link 5300 802.11a/g/n Draft Mini Card Intel vPro� Technology�s advanced mgmt features are Off for future use This machine will be used mainly for the Internet and not so demanding applications. Now, 1) What do you think overall? Any issues to watch for? 2) Should I go for the WUXGA? I have been reading about the small font but was not sure. My T60 is set to 1280x800 3) I read about HDD noise, should I downgrade to 5400 or maybe upgrade to SSD?
UPDATE: Cheat sheet to the superclean install posted [url] I am currently experimenting on seeing how far beyond the manufacturer's specifications I can take my machine. I'm keeping track of the steps I've taken, and will update this post when I feel I've reached the limits of what this machine is capable of doing, along with exact steps on how to reproduce my setup. Here's what I've currently achieved: - A maximum of 9 hours of battery life on a 6 cell battery using 6.5 watts - 6.5 hours of typical battery life while browsing using 8.5 watts - No audio stuttering/crackling and perfectly green DPC latency - Super quiet operation with no fan noise (fan stays off and doesn't spin) - CPU temperatures around 33 degrees, rest of computer around 40 celcius - Roughly 25 seconds to reboot to a working desktop (not just login screen) - Only about 0.37 gigs of ram being used when idle Machine specs are Dell Latitude E6500, Intel P8400 CPU, Intel X4500MHD Graphics, 1440x900 WXGA+ LED Screen, Corsair 128 Gigs SSD, 1.5 Gigs RAM, Dell 1397 Wireless, Dell 370 Bluetooth, DVD RW Drive, Webcam, Backlit Keyboard, 6 Cell Battery, Windows 7 Beta Build 7000.
I'm looking at purchasing another Dell laptop, but more basic than my current Latitude E6500. I had a Inspiron 15 perfectly configured, except for the operating system. Apparently, Windows 7 Home Premium is the only available choice for an operating system (with or without a Belkin easy transfer cable). I was first shopping through SMB. When I called them, they said I'd need to purchase through Home & Home Office to get Ultimate. However, after checking there, I see it's not listed as an option through them, either. I went back an checked on Latitudes, thinking that it should be offered there, as Latitudes are more of a business-class model. At least through SMB, apparently Ultimate isn't offered on the E5400 or the E5500 - only the E6400 and E6500?
I bought a Latitude E6500 one year ago,I am planning to change the internal HD for a SSD HD to gain some speed; since my hardware knowledge is very scarce, I am planning to buy this SSD to host my GNU/Linux: OCZ Agility-2 SandForce SSD.URL....But I don't even know if my latitude is, I quote, "SATA 2.6 Compliant, 3Gb/s and 1.5Gb/s support".BTW, is it difficult to open the laptop to change the hard disk?
I have seen some AC Adaptors for latitude e-series (Latitude E6500 & E6400) and they was very thin and light. However, yesterday I received my M4400 and the AC is too big and heavy in comparation with que latitude ACs. Reviewing the orders, I've seen that Latitude's have "450-11869 Power Cord: European 90W AC Adaptor 2 pin" whereas M4400 have "450-11970 Power Supply And Power Cord: Worldwide 130W AC Adapter with European Power Cord".
A friend of mine has a new Latitude E6500 and wanted to put a 500 GB drive in instead of the 160 GB it came with. So I used DriveImage XML to copy drive-to-drive the Dell-installed drive to the new 500 GB. When I try to boot off the 500 GB drive, the machine simply stops at the Intel RAID controller screen. I tried AHCI and IIRT modes in the BIOS and resetting the BIOS to optimized, but nothing helped; I always got that same result. I have also already tried imaging the drive twice: once before the initial boot-up and once after I installed some programs. Both times, it simply stops at the Intel screen after POST. The BIOS does recognize the drive and its full capacity, BTW, and I updated to the latest BIOS, too. Should I be doing something differently? I really don't want to have to spend the time installing XP and programs from scratch and I prefer to have him use the Dell image and have the diagnostics partition available, too.
The new colors Regal Red and Regatta Blue are now available at Dell's website for the Latitude E4300. E6400 and E6500. The E4200 does not show the option as of yet, but that will surely be remedied soon. They seem to come with a hefty increase in price however...
I have a small question. What kind of case (plastic or magnium) have a Dell Latitude E6500 with BLUE and RED colors of case?
Quick question. I have a Dell Latitude E6500 with Fedora 13 on it. There is a wireless radio switch (hardware) on the right side of the machine, next to the CD drive. When I flip it to "off", the wireless gets disconnected -- as I expect. But when I flip the switch back to the "on" position, nothing happens -- wireless is still disabled. How do I re-enable the wireless after I flip the switch back to the "on" position?
I just installed fc12 on a Dell Latitude E6500 laptop. Everything is fine except that my Left and Up arrow keys are inactive so .e.g. I can't review bash history. In the "keyboard preferences" GUI the keyboard model is "evdev-managed keyboard" (although I have also tried without success the model specific for this laptop) and the only layout is "USA". Have done an update of all packages without fixing this problem.
I was wanting to connect my laptop Dell Latitude E6500 to my LG 32" LCD TV. The TV has HDMI ports and my Latitude E6500 only comes with a VGA out. I thought a 2m VGA to HDMI cable would suffice but when I select the HDMI input on the TV I get the No Signal message. If I check the Desktop->Screen resolution properties, my LG TV shows up in the Display dropdown. I have tried changing the resolution for the TV but it always shows the No Signal message.
I have a Dell Latitude E6500 running Opensuse 11.3. As far as I can tell the module for my wireless card is loaded correctly and it's working: Code: sudo lspci | grep -i wifi 0c:00.0 Network controller: Intel Corporation WiFi Link 5100 Code: [ 556.642557] iwlagn: Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link AGN driver for Linux, in-tree:d [ 556.642560] iwlagn: Copyright(c) 2003-2010 Intel Corporation [Code]..... The funny thing is that it works fine in a Fedora installation, which has an older kernel and older drivers, on the same laptop. The fact that the indicator light doesn't come in when the physical switch is turned on suggests it's something to do with that switch.
I am looking for a laptop with a matte display (at least 15.4'') and low power consumption, and so far I've selected these ones: - Latitude E5500 (WXGA anti-glare) - Latitude E6500 (Led backlit) - Vostro 1720 (WXGA anti-glare) (always with P8600) I really like the Vostro 1720 features, but I am a bit worried about its power consumption (having a 17'' display, a NVIDIA video card, ...). There are very complete reviews for both Latitude models here: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-...k.11958.0.html
Intel's core i3/i5/i7 Arrandale processors will be released soon (Q1 2010). They all have integrated graphics but support external graphics too. Do you think these processors will be used in Dell Latitude and/or Precision laptops?
Will the Dell Latitude D830 have any trouble supporting an Intel WiFi Link 5300 WLAN card? I know its a generation newer than my laptop but the interface is the same so it should work without any issues, right? Im basically looking for a wireless g stable, low power, wlan card that will work with this laptop and think the wifi link 5300 may fit the bill.
Has anyone out there any information on the integrated contactless reader in the E6400/E6500? I know it's based on the Broadcom 5880 chipset, but not much else. Even Dell can't tell me much, other that it's supposed to support RFID and ISO 14443. I'm looking at developing a RFID application to which would use the Dell reader if I can find any information.
I just picked up a Latitude E6500 from the outlet, and it only comes with B wireless. People on the forum have mentioned that the E6500 has 3 Mini PCIe slots. One is full length and has 3 antenna connections, one is half length with 2, and one is half length with 1 (for Bluetooth). I'm planning on upgrading with an Intel 5300 wifi card, it's amazing how cheap they are on eBay. The 5300 comes in two configurations, full and half, but it's a 3x3 antenna, so it'll have to go in my full length slot. However, most of the listings seem to be for half, and they cost the same. I figure I might as well get the cheaper half length card that also saves .5 ounces of weight if it'll fit in the slot, and the antenna wires will reach. Does anyone know if this would work, or do I need to find one of the full length cards?
I was doing some testing on my CR-48 notebook, which seemed to be very slow wirelessly when running Ubuntu 11.04. I cracked it open and decided to swap out the wireless cards with an Intel Wifi Link 1000 card I had in my other laptop, which is a Dell Latitude. I then began to do some speed testing, using speedtest.net. I tested each laptop 5 times for each card, so I did 20 tests total. 5 - CR-48 - Intel 5 - CR-48 - Atheros 5 - Latitude - Intel 5 - Latitude - Atheros The results I think speak for themselves. While the Atheros card no doubt *works*, it doesn't work as efficiently as the Intel card I tried. I also noticed if I shut off my wireless security, my speeds drastically improved on the Atheros card. On my router (WRT54G) I used both mixed mode, G-only mode, WPA, WPA2 and a mixture of TKIP, AES, and TKIP+AES encryption. My results were the same across the board unless I took off security. Wireless Card PingDownload Upload CR-48 Atheros AR928X405.721.37 Atheros AR928X404.5516.45 Atheros AR928X372.030.39 Atheros AR928X361.9415.95 Atheros AR928X513.2215.34 Dell E5500 Atheros AR928X5512.085.1 Atheros AR928X542.463.77 Atheros AR928X5414.574.83 Atheros AR928X541.973.43 Atheros AR928X563.054.06 CR-48 Intel WiFi Link 10003815.615.37 Intel WiFi Link 10003814.5715.04 Intel WiFi Link 10003719.2913.8 Intel WiFi Link 10003622.4514.73 Intel WiFi Link 10003817.7414.81 Dell E5500 Intel WiFi Link 10005115.574.53 Intel WiFi Link 10005316.065.02 Intel WiFi Link 10005419.183.2 Intel WiFi Link 10005416.374.8 Intel WiFi Link 10005318.674.49
When I customize a Dell 15/17 or XPS 16, there are only options for Dell wifi cards. I believe these are Broadcom cards. I dual boot Linux distros and Broadcom cards are generally a headache for Linux users. I also don't like that Dell doesn't include the same Intel wifi card options as they do for their Latitude and Precision series .....
my laptop is just at a black screen after the dell screen. I clicked the error checking for the "C Drive" and "At Startup" and when i restarted it just went to a black screen after the dell screen. I have restarted several times trying to get Windows 7 to startup with no avail. What should i do? Its a dell latitude laptop with like 2gb of ram intel core 2 duo proc (not sure on speed)
Latitude E6500 and Precision M4400 were basically the same machine, the differences being the M4400's (obviously) different aesthetic on the lid, the more powerful GPU options, and a handful of other tweaks that I don't really remember the specifics of. From what I can tell, the situation looks to be about the same this time around with the 15.6" Latitude E6510 vs. the 15.6" Precision M4500. The Precision offers beefier GPU options and a 1600x900 sRGB LED display option, but I want the lower-power WLED 1080p display anyway so that's no loss
Type of Dell Latitude E6400 computer has Bluetooth, but does not function
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I'm running Windows 2008 64 bit on Dell Latitude e6400. Most everything works. The only issue is the Ethernet Gigabit adapter. The Vista 64 bit driver exists stating that no hardware was found. Dell supports says this laptop was specifically designed for Vista, no Win 2008 support if provided.
Does anyone know how can I get the video drivers for a dell inspiron 1100 laptop? Check the following links to download Dell Inspiron 1100 drivers:- http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/format.aspx?c=us&cs=22&l=en&s=dfh&deviceid=5003&libid=1&releaseid=R87514&vercnt=8&formatcnt=0&SystemID=INS_PNT_CEL_1100&servicetag=&os=WW1&osl=en&catid=-1&dateid=-1&typeid=-1&formatid=-1&impid=-1&checkFormat=true http://driverscollection.com/?H=Inspiron%201100&By=Dell http://www.findmysoft.com/drivers/Dell-Inspiron-1100-Intel-Chipset-driver.html
Had to reformat a Latitude D810 and reinstall XP OS. Since all drivers were wiped from drive I downloaded them from Dell Support. Have one (1) remaining device in Device Manager with yellow exclamation mark on it labeled Multiport Communications Port (COM3). Cannot find any driver in Dell Support that correlates to this device.
I just bought a Dell Wireless 370 for my Latitude E6400 and installed it. I have Windows Server 2008 Standard x64 installed on the laptop. I tried to use the bluetooth drivers for Windows Vista x64 (for the Dell Wireless 370 and downloaded from the Dell Support website), but for some reason they don't work. There are the following three unknown devices in my Device Manager: MS_BTHBRB, MS_BTHPAN and MS_RFCOMM