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Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

Hi 

The Wireless Dock Manager says "WiGig is Not Working" and displays error code 0x1010. What that could mean? Is there a paper with error codes and their meaning somewhere in the Internet? Any ideas why that can happen? Any help is highly appreciated. 

Oleksandr.

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RE: Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

Hi onovykov,

Thanks for posting.

Here's a forum article that addresses the issue:  http://dell.to/2v7CJQF

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RE: Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

Hi Robert,

Thanks for reply. No, in that thread discussed another error code (0x1014) and it worked for that person from time to time. In my case I have error code 0x1010 and I never ever saw it working. And no, things from the link "Connecting to the Intel Wireless Dock Manager" helped me neither.

Regards,

Olexandr

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Ok, well check out this article from Intel: http://dell.to/2vc37c6

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RE: Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

Nope. It doesn't even contain my error message. Here we with the screen shot, maybe it'll add to my explanations. 

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RE: Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

Which model of wireless dock are you using?

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RE: Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

WLD15. But it's not about the dock, as I understend, it's rather all about the wigig m.2 module (Intel 18260NGW). Isn't it?

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RE: Dell Latitude 7480 and WiGig

Did you ever get a resolution?  I'm having the same issue with an E7450 and Intel 18265.

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why is there no replies

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