The others provided quite useful information, thanks to all whereas you seemed determined to reprimand him with a link to the wrong section of the Dell Drivers page and an absurdly-excessive use of exclamation points. Yet the OP didn’t insist anything of the sort. Since the website is hosted by Dell and they provide support for their hardware there, that is the most logical place to post. This fixed my problem without all the gobbly gook of sending me to search for things under various tabs at Dell’s website. Dell also has forums for their hardware: This will allow the use of the smart card reader.
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Monday, May 23, 7: Don’t forget that most people are in a hurry to come to a resolution and just google the question at hand. If you need a chipset driver then click on the Chipset tab! Edited by Shadowjack Friday, October 28, 1: What a worthless reply. This will allow the use of the smart card reader. AndrewL the driver you are looking for will be in the chipsets section.
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Intel R Management Confroller 9. Proposed as answer by mclelland Wednesday, January 14, 8: Go to the Dell website at the link given before and download the necessary drivers. Friday, October 28, 1: If you can’t figure out which drivers you need, then go to the Dell Community forums and post you problem there.
Sign in to vote. I know this question was asked years ago but as I was searching for it only today, I thought it best to clear up errors and inconsistencies that I’ve run into. I just wasted my time with a useless post as well!!!!! Can’t figure out what driver this is referring to, has anyone got any ideas and can they point me to the appropriate driver?
Some posts lists this as only for a com,unication up modem driver” which simply doesn’t exist on the E at least the one I’m typing on now what you need is this exact driver to fix this problem.
Thursday, September 19, 7: Friday, April 8, Nobody insisted it was a Microsoft altitude. Monday, March 30, 4: This is the Free Fall Sensor.
You will also have a higher density of people with the same hardware there! Friday, April 8, 2: So why did you waste your time making lattude useless post?
This is the fault of the publisher not ensuring the software is fully compatible! Not an IT pro?
Latitude E – PCI Simple Communications Controller – Missing driver in Device Manager
There’s no need or place for your sarcasm here. Wednesday, October 26, 5: Dell E Windows 7 Perfectly correct with the remark del sarcasm.
Thank you captain obvious. Since the website is hosted by Dell and they provide support for their hardware there, that is the most logical place to post. Perhaps you should spend a little less time badgering people who ask an innocent questions