I cannot find a driver for my Wireless 1450 802.11a/b/g WLAN PCI card in my M60 notebook
Any ideas where can I find it?
Thanks Jim, I got it and it works!
Would you happen to know how to find my last driver I'm missing - it's "USB device" and I don't even know what could it be, nothing is attached to computer right now thruogh USB port. But Universal Bus Controllers seem to work properly.
Thank you, I did install "Intel Mobile Chipset", I probably needed it, but when I go to Device Manager I still see a quastion mark next to "USB device"
I don't know what could it be.
You are right - I did reinstall Widnows XP because I couldn't make ma graphic card (nVidia Quadro FX Go700) work properly. I had some bloury efects with graphics and text was not as good as it should be. After installation Windows and the graphic card driver again I don't have bloury efects but when I change the resolution to 1280 x 800 (with higher resolution letters are to small) the text is not as clear as on any machine I had before in my life. I cannot believe it, since this is supposed to be a very good machine.
Is there a big difference between nVidia Quadro FX Go700 that I have in my machine and ATI Mobility Radeon 9600PRO that my friend has in his Inspiron 8600? And is there any solution to make it better, because for me proper visibility is very important for my eyes.
So, as you can see I have to problems with this machine -
1) "USB device" is still missing a driver and
2) nVidia Quadro FX Go700 graphic card ... may just require special settings ...
Thank you. I tryied solutions presented by you - it helped a bit, I enlarged Windows fonts but I still cannot use resolutions 1920 x 1200 - everything is to small.
"It never ends" - as they say.
I don't understand why Windows XP doesn't realy format the disk. As I informed you I did reinstall OS to clear everything from the disk. But after reinstallation I was very supprised to see my Downloads folder on dysk C. Now, when installed Netscape 7.1 and try to open it, for unknown reason it wouldn't start! What a surprise!
Message Edited by jimw on 08-08-2004 10:44 AM
I will surprise you, I'm sure I did exactly this same way - I did choose to reformat the disk on NTFS partition and I had to cofirm pressing this Enter, C, L and so on buttons ...
I have done it so many times even before on diferent computers - always this same. So when I realy want to clean the dysk I do 98 and then XP!
Plus, I finaly found CD with drivers for M60 and when I went to this "USB Device" on Device Manager and went to properties and choosed option to update driver - it didn't find one even on CD with oryginal drivers!
Message Edited by jimw on 08-08-2004 05:50 PM