Dell has four types of products mainly: Laptops & Ultrabooks, Desktops & All-in-Ones, Alienware Gaming, PC Accessories & Software. Among them, we are familiar with laptops. More and more people favour Dell laptop. Its Inspiron Series attracts so many young people.
So in the process of using it, there is a question: how to download Dell driver.
There is an official website which has most dell drivers. However, what we want always can not be found. It is very strange.
Take the Following Steps:
Step 1.To know the exact series of Dell products. Usually you could see it on the surface of product.
Search the internet like Google or Firefox.
In the right page to choose the operating system.
To enter "download" in the right category such as Audio, Chipset, Bluetooth, Cardreader, Touchpad, Wireless LAN etc.
This is an intel board with an intel network device, so I don't think installing a driver for a Dell would be beneficial.
I just realized there was NUC specific board, so I moved this here.
Anyone have any ideas?
Hello KevinF172, thanks for joining the Intel NUC community.
Before replacing your NUC, would you please check if you are getting lights from the network port on the NUC? Green light? White light?
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There is one green flashing light. I was able to get it to connect with a different router, but it will only connect at 10 mbps even though other devices can connect at 100 mbps (using same port/cable).
I tried re-installing the OS and resetting the BIOS (version 33) to default settings, but that didn't help.
I also have problem with my wifi. Very slow internet. I have Intel wireless N 7260 and instaled latest driver Wireless_17.13.11_De164 after that inrtnet did work at all.
I got a Intel nuc, Intel wireless card and I install Intel driver for the card and I still have problems with Internet. Why why why. It is products from the same brand. I am in hurry to get back my wifi please help. Is the maybe a way to make a log?
@kladde, since you issue is related to the wireless network adapter I recommend you to please post your issue at the Wireless community at this link https://communities.intel.com/community/tech/wireless
@KevinF172, can you please go to device manager
- right click on Intel Ethernet Connection I218-V
- choose Link speed and run the test
What do you have seleccted under Speed and duplex?
I previously checked the link speed and it was set to auto-negotiate and it said the connection was requiring 10 mbps (even though that router was serving 100 mpbs to other machines).
I ended up returning the device since it was still in the return period and I wasn't making any progress (a chat with tech support was unhelpful as well).
I order a replacement, so hopefully that one isn't broken as well.
Just to follow up, I returned the NUC and the replacement has no problem with network at the moment. It can connect to all of the same networks that failed previously and has no issue connecting at 100 mbps.
I'm glad to know that your new system is working as expected.