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How to enable NIC in Dell Lattitude D620 Bios

Posted on 2009-07-14
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Hi i am not abel to see the NIC card in device manager even after multiple restarts.
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Hi

Is it showing up as an unknown device and might just need the drivers installed?  Do you have any unknown items in the device manager?

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No i am not able to see it in Device manager
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OK ..
We're talking about the wired network adapter here, right?  Do you have a wireless adapter installed?  From what you 've said so far, it sounds like the wired adapter is having a problem.  Is your PC under a service contract with Dell?  The wired network adapter is attached right to the motherboard.  If it is bad and you don't have a replacement plan in place, it would probably be easier to get a USB to Ethernet device to use in it's place.  Have to been able to get into the BIOS and check if there is a setting?  I'm assuming if it was working and you didn't disable it in BIOS, it should be enabled.

Get back with that info and we'll go from there.
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Its kind of ok.
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