Need wireless driver for Dell Latitude E6410

I've installed Windows 7 64 bit on a Dell Latitude E6410 and would like wireless capability.

This page doesn't help (I've attempt all 7 network drivers/utilities):

At the end of the day the device manager shows that I am missing a Network Controller and an Unknown Device.
Sheldon LivingstonConsultantAsked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
The only two applicable drivers are the first two (both Wi-Fi). Do you have Intel or Dell wireless. Your original documentation should tell you. If Intel, you can go to the Intel site and try one of their drivers.

This is a Windows 8 machine and may not be backward compatible.

Finally the unknown device is probably chipset. That showed up on the Dell link you provided. Try updating chipset to see if (a) it gets rid of the unknown device and (b) perhaps assists to solve the wireless problem.

If no go, you may need to use a USB wireless device.

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For unknown device check the data in hardware IDs and Compatible IDs - Device Manager, click on Unknown device and then click on "Details" tab.
if you have  unknown devices in device manager, you can use this procedure to identify them :

1- visit the motherboard manufacturers support site, for downloading drivers
2- use windows update >optional updates to find them

3- Start>Programs>Accessories>System Tools>System Information.
Now select  "Components" and highlight "Problem Devices".
All hardware devices with a driver problem will be listed here.
Make a note of the first line of the PNP Device ID line of the entry. It will show a Vendor number and a Device number (VENxxxxDEVxxxx) both four digits long.
Look up those numbers here:

This will tell you the manufacturer and the chip number.  
Check the manufacturer's website first or google them - or post them here

4- If your LAN is running, you can also use windows update> optional drivers, or  use slimdrivers :
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Natty GregIn Theory (IT)Commented:
Intel 6235/6300/6250/6205/6200 WiFi Driver


Download from here
Sheldon LivingstonConsultantAuthor Commented:
We went ahead and installed W8 onto the computer... works fine.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@classnet  - Thank you for the update and I was happy to help.
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