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Realtek High Definition Audio Driver
Intel Chipset Device Software Driver
Intel Dynamic Platform and Thermal Framework
ST Microelectronics Accelerometer Driver for Free Fall Data Protection
Intel USB eXtensible Host Controller Driver
Intel Serial IO Driver
Intel HID Event Filter Driver
Intel Management Engine Components Installer
Intel Thunderbolt Controller Driver
Realtek PCI-E Memory Card Reader Driver
DW5814E LTE Mobile Broadband Driver
DW5811e Qualcomm Snapdragon X7 LTE and GPS driver
Realtek USB Audio Driver
ASIX USB to Serial / Parallel Port Driver
ASMedia USB Extended Host Controller Driver
Realtek IR Camera Driver
Dell Touchpad Driver
Intel I2xx/825xx Gigabit Ethernet Network Controller Driver
Intel 8265 8260 7265 3165 7260 Bluetooth Driver
Intel 18265 8265 7265 3165 WiFi Driver
Qualcomm QCA61x4A QCA9377 WiFi Bluetooth Driver
Intel 18265 18260 17265 WiGig Application
Realtek USB GBE Ethernet Controller Driver
Dell ControlVault2 Driver and Firmware
Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver and Management Console
nVIDIA GeForce 930MX GeForce 940MX Quadro M620 Garaphic Driver
Intel HD Graphics 500 P500 series Driver
nVIDIA GeForce 930MX GeForce 940MX Garaphic Driver
Is there a timeframe for updated drivers for Windows 7 and the new Dell Latitude 5580? I have installed the existing drivers cab file for Windows 7x64 from the link below A00. However, I receive the error below when trying to import them into MDT. We would like to proceed with purchase of the new 5580's however are reluctant to do so until their is a fix for this issue.
Creating new item named Broadcom SmartCardReader bcmccid.inf 22.214.171.1244 (1) at DS001:\Out-of-Box Drivers\Win7\x64\Latitude 5580.
System.Management.Automation.CmdletInvocationException: Length cannot be less than zero.
Parameter name: length ---> System.ArgumentOutOfRangeException: Length cannot be less than zero.
Parameter name: length
at System.String.Substring(Int32 startIndex, Int32 length)
at Microsoft.BDD.PSSnapIn.InfInfo.CheckDriverFile(String filePath)
at Microsoft.BDD.PSSnapIn.InfInfo..ctor(String infPath)
at Microsoft.BDD.PSSnapIn.ImportDriver.ImportDrivers(String thePath)
--- End of inner exception stack trace ---
at System.Management.Automation.Runspaces.PipelineBase.Invoke(IEnumerable input)
I do not have issues with any of the Windows 7x64 driver cab file that I tested on the new OptiPlex 5050.
Most likely the issue is caused by the Control Vault Driverset. If this is the case you will find the folder "P62GJ" under "Security" after extracting the cab. If it's there please remove it and replace it with an updated driver which you can download from the link below. You can obviously also first import the cab and import the new drivers afterwards.
After downloading you can extract the drivers from the executable by using the command listed in the help section of this file.
Extract the driver components to the folder C:\mydir\
Dell-ControlVault2-Driver-and-Firmware_6KH10_WIN64_126.96.36.1993_A08.exe /s /drivers=C:\mydir
Thank you Hendrik! Your suggestion worked like a charm and saved me a lot of time. It is much appreciated. We are now able to proceed with the purchase of the Latitude 5580 in our environment and install Windows 7.
i have installed the drivers but i noticed a problem with the video driver.
I use an empresarial Windows 7 (Entreprise), Windows install by default "Standard VGA Graphics Adpater", which install the screen as other device aside the laptop (example keyboard, mouse). I have tried install many drivers from Intel and Dell websites without success.
The real issuee for this laptops(with windows 7) turns in the screen resolutions and the inability to conect other screen or project with VGA/HDMI.
It is the Windows 7 Entreprise a problem for the video driver?
There is a video driver available for windows 7?
The only time I've seen this behaviour with our current driver packs on Windows 7 was when it was tried to install Windows 7 on a Kaby Lake equipped machine. The exact same behavrior was seen on the graphics card. Can you please double check what CPU your system is equipped with?
6th Generation - Skylake - Supported for Windows 7
7th Generation - Kaby Lake - Unsuported for Windows 7 (Win10 only)
Also even when the installation of Windows 7 is succesful, Microsoft has blocked updates of previous Windows version for these processors.
We use SCCM to push out a Windows 7 Enterprise image to our laptops. We used the above driver pack with our image. I am experiencing an issue where the laptop's lcd panel randomly dims out like you've lost the inverter board. I can still barely make out what's on screen. Usually this is a hardware thing and not a driver issue. I have reinstalled the regular video driver from the support site. A Dell support rep told me that they do not support WIndows 7 Enterprise. Is this true? Or, did I just get a DOA laptop?