I updated to the latest BIOS and chipset and it is still not working. Anyone want to offer up a guess. Let us consider Ethernet device as an example: This worked for me, with slight modifications. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
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This article recommends a solution to the most common problems that cause E Unknown Device and it discusses several device related issues encountered by users regarding Dell E Latitude. Thanks for marking this as the answer. StephenChaos Replied on December 14, This worked for me, with slight modifications.
Sorry this didn’t help.
Hawshpaw27 Created on July 29, Blank screen on Dell E Just a suggestion, to do a firmware upgrade BIOS and chipset first before install this monitor driver shouldn’t hurt. If you are an inexperienced PC user, you would probably like to get rid of headaches and frustrations regarding computer problems such as unknown device problems on your Dell Latitude E because of the technical processes and terminologies that you are not familiar with.
Get bluetooth to work on Dell latitude e6410 Windows 10
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I have successfully installed windows 10 upgrade onto mine without any of the black screen or driver problems many people have experienced so for what its worth here is the way I did it First I installed the bios A09, then the A16 Next I did a clean install of windows 7, activated it and did all of the windows updates Next I went to the Intel site and let the automatic driver installer put what it thought should be on the machine, and then ignored any windows update nags to replace them with windows drivers.
How satisfied are you with this reply? Just before the Dell driver install finished and told me to reboot the computer the screen would come back.
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The problem is probably with your Ethernet due to a missing device driver. These include hardware devices installed or connected to the Dell laptop that show impaired functionality or that become unusable at all. In reply to MNAdler’s post on December 13, I had blocked download of the video driver update after the first fix but it still came with the cumulative update package.
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I wonder how many e’s have been tossed just because of this. Windows 10 is so cool.
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Windows and the Windows logo are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. I noticed there was only one monitorunder device manager after I installed Windows