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Delta Report for Previous Driver CAB v/s Current Driver CAB
(Y3H0P-A06-09/12/2017) v/s (6X5JK-A07-12/12/2017)
Realtek High-Definition Audio Driver
Realtek PCI-E Memory Card Reader Driver
Intel Chipset Device Software
Intel USB eXtensible Host Controller Driver
Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework
Intel(R) Management Engine Components Installer
DW5816e Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE and GPS Driver
DW5811e Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE and GPS Driver
ASIX USB to Serial / Parallel Port Driver
Dell Touchpad Driver
Dell WLAN HotKey Driver
Intel 18260/17265/8260/7265/7260/3165 Bluetooth Driver
Intel 18260/17265/8260/7265/3165 WiFi Driver
Realtek USB GBE Ethernet Controller Driver
Intel 17265/18260 WiGig Application
Dell Wireless 1810/1820 WiFi/Bluetooth Driver
Intel I2xx/825xx Gigabit Ethernet Network Controller Drivers
Dell ControlVault2 Driver and Firmware
Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver and Management Console
Intel HD Graphics 500 P500 600 P600 series Driver
Intel 8265/8260/18265/18260 Bluetooth Driver
Intel HD Graphics 500 P500 series Driver
Download link to the cab is broken - 404 - File or directory not found.
When will this be available?
I am also getting a 404 error. We just purchased a bunch of these, I need drivers to deploy!
Download link is working for me now.
I am having issues with the Bios setting Power Management\Wireless Radio Control\ although Control WLAN Radio and Control WWAN radio are both selected, when I hard wire a network connection or dock WIFI remains enabled. I have tried upgrading BIOS to 1.4.2 to no avail. Any input or thoughts?
This issue pertains to the "disconnect on wired" feature where the sysytem will disconnect wireless if a wired connection is detected (either from a dock or directly connected to the system - basically wired should always over-ride wireless). When installing the cab file from K2000, this feature is not working as expected. However, manually using the same CAB file this feature works fine.
Install the cab file manually and the Dell WLAN Hotkey Driver and service necessary load in the system just fine, but if we do it from the K2000, the service DellRctlService.exe does not get installed - this executable is located here in the path: drivers_postinstall\dell\windows_7_x64\e7470\network\616r9_a00-00\services\production\Windows7-x64\DellRctlService.exe
Exact path: e7470\network\616r9_a00-00\windows7-x64 and here there is no file DellRctlService.exe (not sure if it needs to be), but it is not installing
Driver Details that are necessary for this feature ("disconnect on wired") to work:
Dell WLAN Hotkey Driver
Dell WLAN HotKey Driver View details
File Name: Network_Driver_616R9_WN32_126.96.36.199_A00.EXE Importance: Recommended
Description: Update Package for Microsoft® Windows® (13.13 MB) Release Date: 12 Jan 2016
Version: 188.8.131.52 ,A00 Lsat Updated: 12 Jan 2016
Lots of corrupt drivers... Video drivers x32 as well as the intel USB drivers. Also missing the security driver. Please fix
Is there going to be a driver update posted for this model. looks like there was going to be one on June 16 Having issues with the WiDi driver and wireless network driver using all the ram/cpu in a machine. If i go to the dell model page and download whats there it works fine.
So 7 months later, the USB drivers are still broken... For those who have issues download them here: downloadcenter.intel.com/.../USB-3-0-Driver-Intel-USB-3-0-eXtensible-Host-Controller-Driver-for-Intel-8-9-100-Series-and-Intel-C220-C610-Chipset-Family
Also for those who get the Uknown PCI Device, download the driver here and extract it and import it into the imaging solution: downloads.dell.com/.../Input_Driver_Y5Y8F_WN32_10.1207.101.113_A06.EXE
For those who are getting BSOD with the new shipments of these, its because they went to a new gen of hardware so all your drivers need to be updated (well mainly all the chip set drivers) although Dell wont actually tell you this... Surprise!
We are getting constant BSOD's on each E7470 we image. Using Dell KACE to image, with Driver Feed. It is using CAB A03 (will give this new one a try). Windows 7 x64 bit image.
I am seeing posts that the issue is Intel Chipset -> but not finding any direction on how to resolve.