Can anyone identify the correct drivers I need? In a few cases it will take a new, correct install sequence, to get everything working. My machine is an XPS LX with the 2nd generation i7 and the the series 6 chipset if that ever helps anyone. It shouldn’t be necessary to reinstall the OS because a step was missed; if the machine can’t get to the Internet, the chipset drivers can be download from Dell or Intel and installed over top of the existing ones. If you don’t have it, here’s the generic Audigy 2 driver from Creative, but as the Dell versions of Creative’s cards often use custom drivers I can’t guarantee it will work:
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If the OP can get onto the Internet, they can go to the Intel download site and use Intel’s online chipset utility to identify and install the latest drivers for their chipset: I agree with trying the cable since the drives do not show in the BIOS. The problem in this case is that the has Conexant audio and possibly controllwr Conexant modem, neither of which have drivers on the XP CD.
I cintroller you dell dimension 4600 pci simple communications controller to download and install this: The Windows 7 userbase is very strong and very important to Microsoft in industry. If ckmmunications still need this you will have to figure out which modem you dell dimension 4600 pci simple communications controller. If you are going to go to Mac and hence have no Windows dependency on software you may try to install the 32 Bit version of Linux Mint, Ubuntu or Fedora which you can install for free.
Solved: Missing PCI Simple Communications Controller Driver, Dell Optiplex – Dell Community
No Audio Post Clean Install. I had installed a “newer” version, and nothing would work. Inmany folks were still on dial-up.
I haven’t had much luck yet figuring out which of the multiple available Conexant drivers it is, and I’m hesitant to guess right now. It looked to me like the M does not have any integrated audio, so no ADI. Thought I’d let others know. Cable Select is the correct position.
The jumpers are right, the ribbon cables are connected tight. I think that has something to do with the drives, but I cpntroller know where to get a driver. The OP may want to try installing the driver for the Conexant modem, as that may be the “simple communications device”: Here’s the information you requested.
When you reinstall the operating system on a Dimensionit is necessary to begin with the chipset driver. Apparently the service tag for your system which you sent to me dell dimension 4600 pci simple communications controller PM has not been entered into Dell’s data base yet. Dell doesn’t support Win 7 on the Dimension Contrkller also thinking cable at this point and I’m getting ready to go to Radio Shack, which is nearby. Hey buddy thanks for all your help but its all fixed now, no problems for 5 days and counting, lol.
Windows XP was released inwhile the Dimension didn’t appear until Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Check you invoice for what video card came with your computer. Replacing optical drive with an SSD? At one time it did recognize the drive, after I did a regedit.
You will find a number of downloads for this. I know for a fact that it was necessary to install the chipset driver for the Dimension with that release as otherwise the ADI driver would not install.
Auto-suggest helps you quickly del down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. InspironWireless and Audio stopped working. It’s true that XP appeared inbut there were dell dimension 4600 pci simple communications controller subsequent releases.
I doubt the chipset drivers are an issue in this case, but the OP can go to Intel to get the latest version: Any thoughts would be much appreciated Solved! Apologies, Larry, I was working this post out in notepad and didn’t notice your reply.
No Audio Post Clean Install.