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The Device Manager says it's missing, even though it was "installed" and saved on my C: drive. Version v7.
Dealing with a proprietary PC in this manner can be a headache and that's why they are best set up with the manufacturer's disk set. Some drivers won't load until something in between the that device and the rest of the motherboard is loaded first.
It's like trying to install a sink where there's no plumbing to attach to. You can try to revisit the Dell site for a more comprehensive set of drivers or contact them to see if you can purchase a set of proper disks. Discussion is locked.
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