Missing drivers on my dell latitude D600

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Missing drivers on my dell latitude D600

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Hello everyone,
I've recently purchased a used dell latitude D600 . It is missing all of these 7 drivers:

ethernet controller

multimedia audio controller

network controller

o2micro smartcardbus_reader

PCI modem

universal serial bus (USB) controler

video controller (vga compatible)

I know very little about computers and would really appreiciate any help, I can't seem to find them on this site, is there any where else that I can get them or am I looking in the wrong place? Can anyone find them on this site? Also, once I do find these drivers, since I am missing both my usb and internet, how can I transfer from one computer to the other?Would a CD-R work? Thanks! All advice is greatly apprieciated!

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  • marissa90,

     

    A CD/DVD will do.

     

     

    The Desktop/Notebook Utility needs to be installed first(if applicable), then the chipset drivers. If they are NOT installed first, then the rest of the drivers will fail to install.

     

     

     

     

    Since the operating system was re-installed did you remember to go to drivers and downloads, enter your service tag(DO NOT POST SERVICE TAG here or your post will get deleted, since it contains your personal information), and install these drivers in this order.

     

    Idea Hint Idea When downloading the drivers, make a folder for each drivers and name it with the device it belongs with to make it easier to install them in the proper order.



    Desktop System Software or Notebook System Software(if applicable)
    Chipset or SMBus driver
    Processor Driver (if applicable)
    Video
    Audio (sound)
    Input Drivers (keyboard/mouse)
    Modem
    Network Card

    QuickSet(Laptop only)

     

     

    Rick

    #DellRockStar

    What is a Dell Service Tag and how do I locate it? 

     

     

    Original poster, If you have solved your problem, can you please mark the correct thread(s) with your solution. Thanks 

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  • You will find your drivers HERE. Enter your service tag to par the listing down to drivers that are applicalbe to you particular system.

    Sounds like you might have been through a recent reinstall of the OS. Read THIS on how to reload your drivers and software

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  • Thanks...I really appreiciate your time, but I cant seem to find the drivers that I need on that page...Are all drivers on this site? Is there any where else I can get them?

  • All the drivers that you need are there. Some of the listed ones are installed by the chipset driver. Use the link I sent about the order. Download each driver that is listed on the list and install them in the order given.

    And yes you can load them on a thumb driver or burn them to a CD to transfer them to the computer. I would suggest that you make a folder for each driver so you know which one is which.

    For example you make a folder the Notebook system software down load the driver into that folder and so on and so on.

     HomeBuilt SandyBridge P8P67 i7 2600k @ 4.5 ghz 8gigs GSkill Ripjaws. Corsair 800D Case and AX1200 Ps X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty pro PCIe Sound Card
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