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Windows 7: Windows 7 professional 64 bit all drivers missing

31 Jul 2017   #1

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Windows 7 professional 64 bit all drivers missing


I have a Dell Latitude E7470, I purchased with WIndows 10 and had to download to windos 7 because my company only works and its certified for windows 7.
I finally installed winwos 7 but all my drivers are missing. I dont have CD DRIVE and not now how to transfer additional drivers. Any ideas? Please your help.


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31 Jul 2017   #2

win 8 32 bit

Welcome to the forum. Your first move before installing 7 should have been to et the drivers asuming there are some. You can goto Dells site put in your tag number and all the drivers will be there if they have them You could use a usb drive all you need is the ethernet or wireless once you can get on the internet you can then download all the other drivers.
Support for Latitude E7470 | Drivers downloads | Dell US
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31 Jul 2017   #3

windows7 professional 64


So I have to search for this drivers and then do a reinstalation of windows 7?, just having the drivers on a the USB will do it?
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03 Aug 2017   #4

Linux Mint 18.2 xfce 64-bit (VMWare host) / Windows 8.1 Pro 32-bit (VMWare guest)

Check this post to see how to get the correct drivers for the computer:
Installed Windows 7 on a Windows 10 laptop; where to get my drivers?

Once you have the drivers, you should copy them to the hard drive; then go to Device Manager, and right click on any device that has an error symbol by its listing, and install the driver you downloaded for that device. Do this for all devices which need drivers.
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09 Aug 2017   #5

windows 7 32 64

easy!, re-install ur windows using USB FLASH TOOL. download ur windows 7 ISO first.. DONT FORGET, set partitions for all ur collectives drivers - DELL MANUFACTURES WEBSITE. after that, follows ALL de requires instructions, and BOOT it using USB, at BIOS MENU, select USB BOOT. this should settle ur problems!
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