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The message you see when booting is because you have your network card enabled as a boot device. Now the important part is to figure out which driver you need. I also see this message when I first boot up:. Then again, it couldn't hurt to test, seeing as there's nothing else I can think of at this point to avoid the conclusion that the NIC on that system may just have a hardware-level problem. Microsoft explicitly recommends against using for the same security reasons.
On top of all that, Microsoft stopped developing security updates for XP quite a while ago, with the major exception of a patch for the WannaCry ransomware outbreak. Therefore, given the increased security risks and diminished functionality created by this lack of support at various levels, you may want to consider either upgrading to at least Windows 7 or getting a laptop that comes with at least that version pre-installed from a vendor like Discount Electronics.
They sell laptops at great prices and they also ship them ready to go out of the box, without requiring you to jump through all of the hoops that I read about in your original audio driver thread. Still, if you're determined to stick with this system and are still trying to figure out which drivers you still need, judging by what you posted above, you should just need the Broadcom Ethernet Controller if you need wired Ethernet , the audio driver, the chipset driver, the memory card reader, and apparently the dial-up modem driver, all of which should be available on support.
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Sometimes entering a service tag filters out drivers that do in fact apply to your system. If you still can't figure some of them out, for any devices with a yellow exclamation point, double-click them, go to the Details tab, and select "Device Instance Path" in the dropdown. Let me know the four-character VEN and DEV codes for each one and I can probably look up what that device is and therefore what driver needs to be installed. I just had an occasion to use XP on the Internet today or try to , and I ran into the exact same issue of most websites not being browsable using IE6.
One notable exception is that firefox. You can then use Firefox to browse the Internet. However, be aware that the lack of support for newer security standards can also break other things. For example, the reason I embarked on this experiment in the first place was to test how a download agent behaved on XP, and that agent wasn't even able to connect to the download servers because there's no OS-level support for the newer security standards they require, which furthers my point above about even using Firefox representing a Band-Aid at best, and a short-lived one given that Firefox may be dropping support for XP fairly soon.
Best of luck. Thank you for your detailed reply. Since my original post, I have been able with plenty of help from others to first update my IE6 to IE8 and the install Firefox.
Firefox works but, only through my wi-fi. I have not been able to fix the problem with my Ethernet Controller after many attempts.
I also see this message when I first boot up:. The message you see when booting is because you have your network card enabled as a boot device. If you go into the BIOS setup and uncheck the network card, that will disappear and shorten your boot time by a few seconds.
According to the support. Might want to try that one if you haven't already. If that doesn't work, double-click that device in Device Manager and post the actual error message that you'll see. There are several possible error messages that can trigger a yellow exclamation point, including hardware faults, so just saying you see a yellow exclamation point is leaving key information out of the picture.
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Here are some more details that may help: My system still boots up after a few moments. This devise is not configured correctly Code This code used to be Code 1. To reinstall the drivers for this devise, click Reinstall Drivers - this takes me back to the Hardware Update Wizard.
The Devise is vendor 14E4 and devise number I have installed drivers R, R and now R I do have wireless connectivity. Does this help identify the problem?
If you want to get rid of that message and that extra seconds it adds to your boot time, press F2 while you see the Dell logo when your PC first boots. Then find the area of the BIOS where you can select the order of boot devices and choose to disable the network card as a boot option entirely. If that doesn't remove the exclamation point in Device Manager or at least change the error that's reported under Properties , then I'm not sure what to recommend.
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Posted 03 December - PJBrake Member Member 10 posts. Scroll down the list to Network and you will find 10 different drivers for that model. Now the important part is to figure out which driver you need. Do you know which one it is? If not let me know and we can run a report to find out which it is.
Posted 04 December - If under Other Devices then right click on it and uninstall it.
Then reboot and see if it returns. GOT IT!
Had the wrong driver info. Thanks for your help! Everything working ok now? Posted 05 December - Yes, I uninstalled the Intel wireless pro and found the correct driver.