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I am interested in getting the Windows 7 video drivers (and maybe some other drivers) but all I see offered on the download page is the BIOS.
After entering the Service Tag how can I download drivers that are not the BIOS?
Assume this system can't get on the Internet yet to do a Dell detect (no drivers yet).
Remove the service tag from the drivers page to see all the drivers available for your model. But check device manager to see what hardware you actually have. You should have posted your exact model name instead of posting the tag in this forum. That is personal info that is not allowed here. Notice it has been removed from your post. BTW if you have a separate video card on a desktop you can see if the video card manufacturer has any updated drivers for windows 7. Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft in 2020.
The scripted Pages are not useful
Models made earlier than 2009 will not have Windows 7 drivers.
This does not mean that windows 7 will not work but it does mean that you will need to use VISTA WDDM 1.0 drivers.
always go to
And pick your model
Looking at the drivers page I do not see a way to "remove the service tag".
I do see a checkbox that says "Check to show drivers for your Service Tag. Uncheck to see more drivers available for your product model.
That is the part I forgot how to do and that is what I needed.
If posting Service Tags is not allowed here I missed that message when i was creating my new topic. It would make sense when a new topic is started to have a message - even in the body of the new topic to not post Service Tags and I don't see what is personal about it.
1. What is your Dell Model?
2. Why are you looking for windows 7 drivers?
3. The downloads.dell.com page has all drivers listed based on the exact model.
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Suggest you (re)read them, especially #16: Also not allowed which includes:
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