Well my dell inspiron saga is continuing! I’m wondering maybe this is the wireless LAN card. Well, finally it works. So I believe I did, unless I missed a step somewhere. Your name or email address:
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F1505 Inspiron 13 Series 2-in-1 ClintlgmDec 1,in forum: Log in or Sign up. When I uninstalled it and rebooted, it just referred to itself as “PCI Device” when it re-found itself.
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Your name or email address: Well my dell inspiron saga is continuing! After running a bunch of Windows XP updates I went to sleep halfway through themthe problem disappeared. IcemanJan 5, Merudo Dec 14, Just Uninstall that Unknown device and forget about it.
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I think that solved it for me. May be you didn’t restart your computer after reinstall new drivers could cause that unrecognized device thing.
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