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'Base System Device' driver

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Hello,

I recently installed Windows 7 on my studio 1435. All the drivers were installed correctly but the 'Base System Device' driver couldn't be installed. I tried the 'Search Automatically for the updated driver software' option but no driver could be found. where can I find the 'Base System Device' driver?

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo CPU

OS:  64 bit

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  • xxamyk

    I have an Inspiron 1721 with Windows 7 as well, and I had the same base system device driver issue. I tried downloading both the suggested drivers from davet50 and jitpatel successfully, but these problems still remain: keyboard shortcuts not working, touchpad scroll bar not working, and the screen not turning off when the lid of my laptop is closed. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Download THIS driver  and THIS one

     

     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
    Dell Studio XPS 1645  Window 7 Pro

    Forum member since 2003

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  • I am having the same issue with my Mini 9...installed Win7 and all went well, execpt for the Base System Device Drivers.

  • yuveesp

    Hello,

    I recently installed Windows 7 on my studio 1435. All the drivers were installed correctly but the 'Base System Device' driver couldn't be installed. I tried the 'Search Automatically for the updated driver software' option but no driver could be found. where can I find the 'Base System Device' driver?

    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo CPU

    OS:  64 bit

     

    Try downloading an installing THIS driver. Do not use the download manager to download the file instead use the web browser option.

     

     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
    Dell Studio XPS 1645  Window 7 Pro

    Forum member since 2003

  • yuveesp

    Hello,

    I recently installed Windows 7 on my studio 1435. All the drivers were installed correctly but the 'Base System Device' driver couldn't be installed. I tried the 'Search Automatically for the updated driver software' option but no driver could be found. where can I find the 'Base System Device' driver?

    Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) 2 Duo CPU

    OS:  64 bit


    Try downloading an installing THIS driver. Do not use the download manager to download the file instead use the web browser option.


     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
    Dell Studio XPS 1645  Window 7 Pro

    Forum member since 2003

  • Hi.  I've been trying to get the driver for this System Base Device Driver but every time I click on the download, all I get is the Dell Device Driver Manager.  You said something about using the "web browser option".    I'm afraid I don't know what that is.  Could you help direct me to how that works so I can get this driver?

     

  • when you click on the link to download the driver file, a window should pop up. At the top of the window will be the select download manager at the bottom should be download using web browser.s

    You may have to flush your browser cache. if using IE on the menu bar go to Tools, Internet options. in the window that opens select delete temp files.

    Close the browser once done and the go back to the download page.

     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
    Dell Studio XPS 1645  Window 7 Pro

    Forum member since 2003

  • I had same problem, so i grabbed driver from HP website. I have Windows 7 64 bit on Inspiron 1721. http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodTypeId=321957&prodSeriesId=3688868&prodNameId=3688870&swEnvOID=2096&swLang=8&mode=2&taskId=135&swItem=ob-76430-1 If link won't work search in google with "ricoh media card reader driver 64 bit".

  • I just upgraded my Inspiron 1520 to Windows 7 32-bit and am having the Base Device Driver issue as well. Anyone know where I can find it for my laptop? I haven't been able to locate it on here.

  • climbforchange

    I just upgraded my Inspiron 1520 to Windows 7 32-bit and am having the Base Device Driver issue as well. Anyone know where I can find it for my laptop? I haven't been able to locate it on here.

    Download and install THIS driver. Vista drivers work in win 7. Do not use the download manager us the option to download via web browser.

     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
    Dell Studio XPS 1645  Window 7 Pro

    Forum member since 2003

  • I have an Inspiron 1721 with Windows 7 as well, and I had the same base system device driver issue. I tried downloading both the suggested drivers from davet50 and jitpatel successfully, but these problems still remain: keyboard shortcuts not working, touchpad scroll bar not working, and the screen not turning off when the lid of my laptop is closed. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

  • xxamyk

    I have an Inspiron 1721 with Windows 7 as well, and I had the same base system device driver issue. I tried downloading both the suggested drivers from davet50 and jitpatel successfully, but these problems still remain: keyboard shortcuts not working, touchpad scroll bar not working, and the screen not turning off when the lid of my laptop is closed. Any suggestions?

    Thanks

    Download THIS driver  and THIS one

     

     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
    Dell Studio XPS 1645  Window 7 Pro

    Forum member since 2003

  • Sorry, I forgot to mention that my system is 64 bit, I managed to find the 64 bit version of the first link and downloaded it successfully, but I have been looking everywhere for the 64 bit version of the dell touchpad / pointing stick driver. Could you help me find it?

    Thanks for all your help!

  • I have a same problem with my XPS M1330. I don't know with driver to download :( please help. And I am not sure if I use Vista driver Ricoh for windows 7 or not? My card is broken so I can't try it :(

  • I've got the same problem on my Inspiron 1526 after installing Vista Home Prem 64....can't find drivers for it HELP

  • I"m trying to find this "BASE SYSTEM DEVICE" driver for a Latitude E4300. The links "THIS" above seem to be broken as they do not point to a driver.  Could someone post the device driver to load from  the LIST (e.g. CHIPSET  #4)...

    Thanks.  I've found ALL the other needed drivers to get rid of the ! in the device manager but that one.

    Bill, Mint HIll, NC

     

  • Hello,

    You can download all the chipset drivers using the link mentioned below, to download the drivers select correct operating system which is present in the computer

    http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/Product/latitude-e4300