Thanks in advance for leaving any donations Philip. Introduction This is an attempt to list the hardware IDs of all Dell Wireless Cards alongside their latest driver. In the past particularly with Windows 7 Microsoft failed to keep Windows Installation Media Up to Date. This meant enviably one would install Microsoft Windows with newer hardware and as a consequence devices such as the Wireless Card were not recognised after a subsequent clean installation. Moreover for each Dell model, Dell usually have a difference in Wireless Card usually depending on region and customisation. Often one would get confused with regards to what Wireless Driver to Install. The correct variant can be identified by using its Hardware ID c.f..
With Windows 10 I’m glad to say Microsoft have decided to follow my (and many others) advice on keeping Windows Installation Media Up to Date. They have partnered with major OEMs such as Intel, Atheros and Broadcom to make sure Windows 10 has inbuilt drivers for most wireless cards. As a consequence Microsoft will likely have native driver support for your Wireless Card. They may also download a newer driver automatically from Windows Update. In some cases OEMs may have newer drivers than Microsoft which may lead to some enhancements/patch issues. Unfortunately Dell do not Update their Drivers and Downloads by using Hardware IDs and handle drivers on a model by model basis. Moreover they do not provide hardware IDs on their Drivers and Downloads page (some other OEMs have the edge on Dell here).
All Windows Mac iOS Android. Publisher: Dell Downloads: 179,817 External File. This software is available to download from the publisher site. Bluetooth 2.0_Broadcom Bluetooth Driver and Application_v220.127.116.1100.zip. Download the latest drivers for your Broadcom Bluetooth Devices to keep your Computer up-to-date.
The aim of the page is to list the lastest drivers by hardware IDs so you can identify your wireless card and install said latest driver. Note in some cases I may list an official Dell driver slightly newer version than Dell offer on their Drivers and Downloads Page How is this possible? As business support is superior to home support, a Latitude model may have a driver update and an Inspiron model released at the same time will not In both models the Dell Wireless Card may be the same and the updated driver may lead to some fixes. In other cases a newer Latitude model may have a newer Dell Wireless Card with a newer driver but this driver may support multiple Dell Wireless Cards including previous generation hardware. Note I am an individual so do not have all the Hardware to test so please leave feedback in the comments sections if you test things and of course let me know if you find newer drivers.
Recommended Prequisites Prerequisites before installing a wireless driver: • * → () → → *** • ** → *** • → **** Failure to install the above prerequisites before the wireless driver may result in impaired functionality. * May be included on your installation media already. ** Installation of Windows 8.0 or Windows 8.1 without Update 1 is not supported in these guides. *** Intel Systems Only ↔ Go to Computer and Properties and check if the Processor is Intel. If the Processor is Intel install Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility. Note although the system is Intel you may or may not have an Intel Wireless Card. **** Intel Systems Only ↔ Go to Computer and Properties and check if the Processor is Intel.
Without this driver Windows 10 may not come out of sleep properly. There are 4 main vendors of Wireless Cards sold in Dell Systems.
• • • • See the notes applicable to each major vendor regarding driver updates and then if applicable see the specific notes for your wireless card. There may also be some rebranded Dell Wireless 350 and 360. These are obsolete as Toshiba provide no new drivers for Windows 8.1 or 10 and should be replaced by a Broadcom Dell Wireless 355 or Bluetooth USB dongle. Notes on Upgrading Wireless Card Look to your Dell Service Manual and determine your wireless card type. There are four types of wireless card form factor. In general: • Brand new systems will have a M.2 slot.
• Systems manufactured in 2010-2015 will have a Half Height PCIe (PCI express) slot: • System manufactured in the period 2005-2010 will have a Mini PCIe (PCI express) slot. Most of these wireless cards will work natively with Windows 10 however in some cases there are minor issues leading to frequent disconnects. You may want to consider installing a slightly newer wireless card using a. If upgrading I recommend an Intel Wireless Card due to the best driver support see this for more details about some affordable Intel Wireless Cards. I do not recommend a Broadcom card as there are a greater number of driver issues reported with Broadcom Wireless Cards and Windows 10. It is also possible to use a Wireless USB dongle which saves you from opening up your laptop (however utilises a USB port).
• Systems manufactured in the period 2000-2005 will have a Mini PCI slot (all these systems should be retired as their hardware specifications are poor and cannot run a modern operation system): Atheros There is an increasing demand for more frequent driver updates and OEMs such as Dell do not update the drivers as often as the direct vendor. There is an which lists the latest Atheros Wireless Card Drivers which has got extremely popular. The unofficial drivers may not support Dell Wireless Cards in all cases. The latest Dell Atheros drivers I can find are listed below. The ones in bold will work for most of the Atheros cards.
Later versions not tested with all the cards please leave feedback. Windows 10 Use 18.104.22.1688 for the DW1810 and DW1820 cards. • Driver 10×86, 10×64 • Older Driver 10×64 • Older Driver 10×64 • Older Driver 10 x64 Use 10.0.0.352 for the DW1502, DW1506, DW1515, DW1525, DW1601, DW1702, DW1703, DW1705, DW1707, DW1802 & DW1901 cards. • Driver 10×86, 10×64 • Older Driver 10×86, 10×64 • Older Driver 10×86, 10×64 • Older Driver 10×86, 10×64 • Older Driver 10×64 • Older Driver 10×64 Note: Dell list it as compatible for the DW1506, DW1601, DW1707 and DW1802 cards only however the driver has compatible hardware IDs for the other wireless cards listed. Use 22.214.171.1240 (126.96.36.1997) for the Killer 1525 and Killer AC1535 Cards. • Driver 10×86, 10×64 (188.8.131.527) • Driver 10×86, 10×64 (184.108.40.2067) Use 10.0.0.318 for the Killer N1202 Card.
• Driver 10×86, 10×64 Windows 8.1 Use 220.127.116.118 for the DW1810 and DW1820 cards. • Driver 8.1×64 • Older Driver Win8.1×64 Use 10.0.0.341 for the DW1502, DW1506, DW1515, DW1525, DW1601, DW1702, DW1703, DW1705, DW1707, DW1802 & DW1901 cards. • Driver 8.1×86, 8.1×64 • Older Driver 8.1×86, 8.1×64 • Older Driver 8.1×86, 8.1×64 • Older Driver 8.1×64 • Older Driver 8.1×64 • Older Driver 8.1×64 • Older Driver 8.1×86, x64 Note: Dell list it as compatible for the DW1506, DW1601, DW1707 and DW1802 cards only however the driver has compatible hardware IDs for the other wireless cards listed. Use 18.104.22.1680 (22.214.171.1247) for the Killer 1525 and Killer AC1535 Cards. • Driver 8.1×86, 8.1×64 (126.96.36.1997) • Older Driver 1525 8.1×64, 8.1×86 • Older Driver 1525 8.1×64, 8.1×86 Use 188.8.131.520 for the Killer N-1202 • Driver 8.1×64, 8.1×86 • Older Driver 8.1×64, 8.1×86 (184.108.40.2067) • Older Driver 8.1×64, 8.1×86 (220.127.116.118) • Older Driver 8.1×64, 8.1×86 Windows 7 Use 10.0.0.667 for the DW1810 and DW1820 cards.
• Driver 7×86, 7×64 Use 10.0.0.341 for the DW1502, DW1506, DW1515, DW1525, DW1601, DW1702, DW1703, DW1705, DW1707, DW1802 & DW1901 cards. • Driver 7×86, 7×64 • Older Driver 7×86, 7×64 • Older Driver 7×64 • Older Driver 7×86, 7×64 • Older Driver 7×86, 7×64 • Older Driver 7×64 • Older Driver 7×86, 7×64 • Older Driver 7×64 • Older Driver 7×64, 7×86 • Older Driver 7×86, 7×64 Note: Dell list it as compatible for the DW1506, DW1601, DW1707 and DW1802 cards only however the driver has compatible hardware IDs for the other wireless cards listed. Use 18.104.22.1680 (22.214.171.1247) for the Killer 1525 and Killer AC1535 Cards. Toshiba Dell Wireless 350 Hardware IDs: USB VID_413C&PID_8103 USB VID_413C&PID_8103&REV_2422 Vendor: Toshiba Driver 7×86, 7×64: 700051D For Windows 8, Toshiba has locked the latest Toshiba Bluetooth stack to Toshiba systems only. The Windows 7 version has minor incompatibilities with Windows 8 so it is recommended to replace it with the Dell Wireless 355 card which is supported by the Broadcom Bluetooth Update and can be found on eBay for quite cheap.
Dell Wireless 360 Hardware IDs: usb vid_413c&pid_8140 USB VID_413C&PID_8140&REV_4315 Vendor: Toshiba Driver 7×86, 7×64: 700051D Realtek Dell Wireless 1801 Hardware IDs PCI/VEN_10EC&DEV_B723&SUBSYS_873910EC. Hello, Upgraded Dell Inspiron 1520 XP Professional (SP3) to Windows 8.1 (32 bit) full version – ok except Bluetooth not working. Done through Laplink’s PC Mover-In place Upgrade Assistant rather than a clean install. I’ve listed the particulars below. WiFi works fine just no Bluetooth. Your thoughts on next steps would be greatly appreciated.
Hi Puni, Hi every body I got similar problem with wireless LAN driver after upgrading to windows 8 or 10. Hopeless reading all to no avail comments, I finally found a way – after my last vain attempt – that will work a hundred percent on both above mentioned windows. Here it is explained.
Also a driver for Bluetooth module which works well on windows 8 and 10 is introduced. As you complete windows installation, your wireless driver seems to be recognized. This driver would be “Broadcom 802.11n network adapter” or similar windows 8 or 10 compatible driver. Although you may see all wireless networks around your “Dell INSPIRON N5010” laptop, but no internet access is permitted. The point for solving this issue is to update your incorrectly auto detected wireless adapter driver to “DW1501 Wireless-N WLAN Half-Mini Card”. To do so, go to “device manager”, expand “network adapters”, RC on your current wireless driver and select “update driver”, choose “Browse my computer for driver software”, again choose “Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer”, UNCHECK the “Show compatible hardware” check box, now you can find the DW1501 driver easily. Although it is incompatible driver, believe it or not, It magically works!
Follow the link below or just search for “Network_Application_VY4F2_WN_12.0_A01” driver to have your little blue-tooth module back in windows 8 or 10. I bought a used early E-series Dell laptop 1. Installed from microsoft’s generic Vista x64 files. Wireless did not function. Also as I recall, no ethernet. Saw many unidentified devices in devmgmt.msc 4.
After much searching (Dell’s service tag lookup is nearly useless for downloads), found a Vista Driver Pack Cab. Then copied the cab to the ‘new’ laptop. Unzip (extract).
For each unidentified device in devmgmt.msc, selected the device, and forced hardware wizard to reinstall drivers 6. Selected option for me give to hardware wizard path to the drivers in the unpacked cab. This succeeded for all unidentifed devices.
I don’t know if the Vista Driver Pack Cab includes Intel installation utility, but my laptop’s wifi wlan card has broadcom processor/chip, and the laptop’s ethernet is Intel gigabit. One more tip: Dell’s ftp is where downloads can be found. Occasionally you will see index.html files that when loaded into browser seem a huge list (with description) of downloads. These index.html may help identify filenames, but I found at least two index.html are outdated. The newest files to download are in the plain ftp directory list of files (with dates), not in the index.html However, I found the cab’s download url in the html source of Dell’s page for the laptop model.
More recently I found HP’s site has devolved yet further. I must find pages by google. I don’t know which manufacturer will win the Prestigious Unusable Web 2.0 Support Website® race, but Dell and HP are competing enthusiastically. Help in finding out following.
OS Name: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate System Manufacturer: Dell Inc. I have a dell Inspiron 15R N5010,its was pre installed with windows 7 64 bit ulimate, then i replaced it with windows7 32 bit ultimate,n by mistake its wifi driver is deleted n it says tht no Intell pro set wireless adapter is present due to which my wifi is not working. I have tried everythng to recovery its driver bt not able to recover it and i also downloded the drivers from dell site but it says tht the operating system is in compatible with the driver. So now i need a wifi driver for Inspiron 15R N5010 with windows 32 bit ultimate. Can you help me with tht. I don’t trust utilities like DriverMax but anyway the issue is that your hardware isn’t detected in the device manager so no driver will work. I am more familiar with the Dell (non-Alienware) range so the Fn buttons layout may be different.
There is usually the settings in the BIOS to disable the Bluetooth and to assign the wireless switch to WiFi, or BT or WiFi/BT. Anyway you can try disabling the Bluetooth in the BIOS setup and booting to Windows and then powering down and re-enabling it to see if it reappears. You may also want to post a new thread on the Alienware board.
Is there any chance I can get bluetooth working in Windows 10 on a Dell 17″ Inspiron N7010 laptop? Upgraded from Windows 7 SP1 Home 64-bit to Windows 10 Home 64-bit. Bluetooth worked fine in Windows 7 SP1 Wireless network card is working fine but there is no bluetooth in device manager after the upgrade to Windows 10. According to Dell Windows 10 is not supported on the Inspiron N7010 laptop.
Below the network card info from Device Manager in Windows 10 after the upgrade: – DW1501 wireless N WLAN Half Mini-card PCI VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&SUBSYS_00101028&REV_01 PCI VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&SUBSYS_00101028 PCI VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&CC_028000 PCI VEN_14E4&DEV_4727&CC_0280 Driver: Broadcom 126.96.36.199 – – Qualcomm Atheros AR8152 PCI-E Fast Ethernet-Controller (NDIS 6.30) PCI VEN_1969&DEV_2060&SUBSYS_04571028&REV_C1 PCI VEN_1969&DEV_2060&SUBSYS_04571028 PCI VEN_1969&DEV_2060&CC_020000 PCI VEN_1969&DEV_2060&CC_0200 Driver: Microsoft 188.8.131.52 –. Hello Philip! I just completed a (mostly) successful upgrade of my Dell Vostro 3550 to Windows 10 64-bit Pro, from Windows 7 64-bit Pro.
I thought it occurred without a hitch, until I realized that some of my Bluetooth functions were disabled. Oddly enough, Device Manager indicates no issues with Bluetooth, and I can pair and use a Bluetooth speaker. However, there are three Bluetooth-related Services that will not Start, and I think it is because the executables all date back to 2011.
Unfortunately, it does not appear that Intel – much less Dell – will develop Windows 10 drivers for Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030 (I checked your list above, and my IDs match those you listed). Do you think that I may have better luck if I can install the Dell or Intel drivers for Centrino Wireless-N 1030 intended for Windows 8.1? Or is that even possible, since I am now running Windows 10? I know that sometimes, Windows Vista drivers were compatible with Windows 7, so I am hoping against hope that I may be able to do the same thing with Windows 8.1 drivers Thanks in advance for your help, Bob Kreycik.
Oh my GOODNESS. You are truly a lifesaver.
I have a Dell Inspirion 3147, and last night for no apparent reason, my wireless adapter disappeared. My husband managed to find an uninstalled Windows 10 update and installed it, which seemed to correct the problem, until this morning when it disappeared again. I searched all over the Internet trying to find a solution to this problem; the only software-related idea I found was to update the driver (I liked that a heck of a lot more than trying to open up my laptop and “reseat” the wireless adapter!!). Dell’s website was utterly worthless.
When I first downloaded what I thought would install a new driver, it turned out to be a “driver installation toolkit” that needed a NETWORK CONNECTION to update drivers. Kinda tricky when the wireless adapter doesn’t work!! When attempting to download just the driver, I got Dell’s site telling me that my laptop had “not been tested for Windows 10” and absolutely no drivers for any system higher than Windows 98. (Who uses 98 anymore, for heaven’s sake???) By continuing to search, I found your site. It never would have occurred to me to visit the wireless driver manufacturer for the driver!
Thanks to your Atheros links, I found the right driver and could actually install it on my laptop. Now my wireless is up and running again! Thank you SO much, this is such a needed service!
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