im searching whole evening for that drivers with no results :(. I have in my device manager this two devices without drivers. So if some one knows where can i find them please post the link to them. In the drivers section are lots of drivers which i try but without success. It could by better description to them.
Here are the drivers you need:
Broadcom USH = ControlPoint - Security Device Driver Pack
ACPI\SMO8800 = Applications - ST Microelectronics Driver (Free Fall Sensor)
I just installed these on two E6510s today. Make sure you select your Operating System first or you may get the wrong version of Control Point.
All the Chipset Drivers MUST be installed First.
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Why do need the drivers? Didn't the computer arrive with everything in working order?
If you want help, you should explain in more detail like OS and what you did that requires drivers to be installed.
my Dells:Optiplex 3020 - Windows 7 Pro 64-bitPrecision M6300 - Windows 10 Pro 64-bitPrecision M6300 - Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa / Ubuntu 12.04.5 dual-bootLatitude D620 - XP Pro SP3
i bought it from my friend and i dont have drivers cd :/. I have win7 64b on it,
if Dell doesn't have the drivers, then you may be out of luck
Both the above drivers can be found on Dell's Support - Drivers page when you select your model or Service Tag.
Exactly what I needed - thanks a million!
this was useless. the link says little more than go install it. The 2 drivers he needed for his install Dell practically hides. If you don't know they're there you won't be able to find them without a lot of trial and error.
Thanks djw for giving the needed information. Links die, but specific names stick. It was a little harder to find the second SMO8800 but I found it by searching directly in Google. It's not found at Dell.
I know this is an old thread, but I discovered why many are here looking for the same answers. I imagine that many have tried doing a fresh install of win7 64bit using a upgrade disk. The upgrade 64bit disk does not have the drivers for the original 32bit WinXP hardware. Either a complete fresh install using the original disk then the upgrade disk, or finding the drivers using a 32bit xp search for the internet connections. I suspect the Control Point and Micro electronics have nothing to do with the network hardware on these computers.
kubow, this is an old thread, but I believe I've found your answer. At least for Windows 7 Pro 32-bit/64-bit drivers for the Broadcom USH. You need the DDPA_A03_R308497.exe (32-bit) and R308498.exe (64-bit). It is the ControlPoint - Security Device Driver Pack