mspagnol
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Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 for Latitude E6510

Hi guys,

I have a problem with my laptop , i had an old intel centrino advanced-n 6200 and this was not working anymore.

I manged to buy a intel centrino advanced-n 6235 instead of 6200 as i could not find it.

But when i installed it and installed the drivers the pc is telling me that "This device cannot start. (Code 10)"

Anyone could help ?? 

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Re: Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 for Latitude E6510

Hi mspagnol,

Error Code 10 is generated when Device Manager can't start the hardware device, a situation usually caused by outdated or corrupted drivers. You may check Intel Driver Update Utility from link: http://intel.ly/RFeALf

Click on 'Check your system for latest updates' and follow the prompts on screen. 

Please reply for further clarifications. 

Thanks and regards,
DELL-Chinmay S
#IWork4Dell 
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mspagnol
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Re: Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 for Latitude E6510

I have tried the things you suggested to no avail

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Re: Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 for Latitude E6510

Hi mspagnol, 

Driver for Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 is not available for Latitude E6510. You may download and install the driver for your card from link: http://intel.ly/XsHSuT  

Accept to the terms and conditions and follow the prompts on screen. Once the driver is installed, restart your computer and see if it works. If the issue persists, please share the screenshot of 'Device Manager'.

Please share the findings. 

Thanks and regards,
DELL-Chinmay S
#IWork4Dell 
To know more about Dell’s products, services and drivers & downloads, please go here

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mspagnol
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Re: Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 for Latitude E6510

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Re: Intel centrino advanced-n 6235 for Latitude E6510

Hi mspagnol, 

Did you try downloading the driver from the link in previous post? 

As per the screenshot in 'Device Manager', It appears to be an issue with corrupted drivers. You may go to 'Device Manager' and uninstall the installed drivers. Once done re-install it by following the steps below:

  • Click on “Start” and right click on “Computer”.
  • Click on “Manage”.
  • Click on “Device Manager”.
  • Under “Network adapters”, you will find the wireless driver listed.
  • Right click on it and click on “uninstall”. (Check and make a note of the driver installed on your system and re-install the driver from the below steps accordingly).
  • Check the box to delete the software.
  • Restart your system and click on the link: http://intel.ly/XsHSuT  

Accept to the terms and conditions and follow the prompts on screen. Once the driver is installed, restart your computer and see if it works. 

If the issue persists, you may try downloading and installing the drivers from the links below: 

  1. Bluetooth: http://dell.to/XZ4mTC
  2. WIFI: http://dell.to/Xf0Uqz

Steps to download the drivers:

  • Click on “Download File”.
  • Select “For Single File Download via Browser”.
  • Click on “Download Now”.
  • Save the driver on your desktop.
  • Once the driver is downloaded on the desktop, right click on it and select “Run as administrator”.
  • Follow the prompts on screen and restart your computer.

Also please ensure to install all the Windows updates available. 

Hope it helps. 

Thanks and regards,
DELL-Chinmay S
#IWork4Dell 
To know more about Dell’s products, services and drivers & downloads, please go here

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