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Windows 7: D410 laptop graphics card partially recognized

17 Jan 2009   #1

D410 laptop graphics card partially recognized

I have a DELL D410 ultra portable laptop with a the famous Intel 915GM video adapter. W7 recognize it and I am able to install the driver that I found in the INF folder. But after a restart I have 2 unrecognized VGA adapters.

It's really amazing because after driver installation, everything seems working, except may be aero that it is not supported by this adapter. But in device manager I have remarked that the driver is marked for uninstall which I never requested. Why Windows 7 wants to uninstall a device by its own while this one is working correctly?

I will post a picture later.

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05 Nov 2009   #2

Win 7

Just installed win 7 on D410 with 915. The driver installed properly. It works fine.
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24 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7
Dell D410 Windows 7 Audio Driver

Hi, I had the same problem only with pre-release, with full windows 7 do windows update and it will download the appropriate driver.

You may be missing 1 driver which is the Multimedia Audio Controller but you can fix that easy here: Dell D410 Windows 7 Audio Drivers for Multimedia Audio Controller
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