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Windows 7: Dell E6410 can't install drivers..... on clean windows 7 install

16 Mar 2019   #1
brad1138

Windows 10 x64
 
 
Dell E6410 can't install drivers..... on clean windows 7 install

I bought 2 Dell E6410s for a good price. One has a stable, more or less clean Windows 7 install. Only thing different is it says Dell in sys info screen, and a couple dell programs. I may leave that as is.

The other one needed new Win install. I installed Win7 SP1, When I try to install a few Dell drivers I get an error, I have found that it only errors on drivers that it shows at "unknown publisher", even though if I run them on the other Dell, it sees them as certified Dell....

I may have 2 different issues, it shouldn't crash with unverified drivers.... I get this message when installing the drivers. "The procedure entry point AddDllDirectory could not be located...."


Additionally, I have the exact same driver file, 1 downloaded yesterday, and 1 download today. The one downloaded yesterday, it sees as verified Dell, the other it does not. Luckily it is the wifi driver, so i could get it online. No error as long as it sees it as verified Dell....



This is just really strange....


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16 Mar 2019   #2
brad1138

Windows 10 x64
 
 

I was trying to install drivers before updating. I am now updating and hoping that after W7 fully updates, it will be able to recognize Dell as the publisher.
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17 Mar 2019   #3
brad1138

Windows 10 x64
 
 

Once I update software, all was fine. Should have waited before posting this....
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27 Mar 2019   #4
erpster4

Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium 64bit [x64]
 
 

here's a link to the Dell downloads & drivers for Latitude E6410:
Product support for Latitude E6410
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