Dell 2710 xps

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    Dell 2710 xps
    Thread Starter
       #11

    Gamer


    the network card is recognized but won't connect to internet. I am wondering if the Logitech keyboard and mouse I have anything to do with it....I doubt it, but you never know.
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    Dell 2710 xps
    Thread Starter
       #12

    And soon as I


    go back to 8.1 internet works fine.
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    Dell 2710 xps
    Thread Starter
       #13

    Rich I realize what you are saying about the 2710 and 2720, but there is someone on this thread who has a 2710 that works fine with w10, so I just don't know.

    Ztruker said:
    Check Dell for updated drivers. Check Nvidia for updated drivers.

    Edit: The XPS 2720 has been certified by Dell for Windows 10 but not the 2710.
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #14

    jerry1945 said:
    is 2.1.0.21 from Qualcomm dated 7/16/2013
    Just checking:

    You downloaded the right driver architecture yeah? (X86 or AMD64)

    If it's the right architecture then maybe head over to the Microsoft Update Catalog and rolling back to an earlier driver. Occasionally the latest doesn't work properly. They currently have 4 different versions available for the AR8161 (including the latest)
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       #15

    Personally I would just pull the mini-card and replace with the Intel 7260. It will give you Wireless-n at 300 mb/s. You may not get the 5ghz band, without replacing the two antennas. This shows you how to pull the back off. OPEN ME UP! Dell XPS 27, 2710, 2720 Disassembly - YouTube

    The Intel card runs around $30. The older Dell card runs around $5 these days.
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    Dell 2710 xps
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       #16

    Bro, Thanks, but how do you explain someone on this thread got it to work with the original card. I live in Ecuador so I would have to search for the intel 7260....if this is what I have to do, I will do it.


    bro67 said:
    Personally I would just pull the mini-card and replace with the Intel 7260. It will give you Wireless-n at 300 mb/s. You may not get the 5ghz band, without replacing the two antennas. This shows you how to pull the back off. OPEN ME UP! Dell XPS 27, 2710, 2720 Disassembly - YouTube

    The Intel card runs around $30. The older Dell card runs around $5 these days.
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  7. Posts : 8
    Windows 10 Pro
       #17

    Can your Acer laptop see your Dell 2710? Checking to see if your internal network is OK...
    My 2.1.0.16 is dated 4/1/13
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    Dell 2710 xps
    Thread Starter
       #18

    yes it can



    larryk said:
    Can your Acer laptop see your Dell 2710? Checking to see if your internal network is OK...
    My 2.1.0.16 is dated 4/1/13
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    Mac OS Catalina
       #19

    If you are connected to the network, try Farbar's MiniToolbox from here. MiniToolBox Download As for the 7260 mini card, you can get it through Amazon or CDW.
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #20

    it almost sounds like it thinks there is a proxy server running.
    I assume that you have double checked your IP settings etc...
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