Hi Rajesh I am with the same problem: I have a Latitude 5400, but is not possible to restore the factory settings due my factory image get lost. I also do not have the original CD's, so I need a link in order to download to the factory image...
...WX4JF as below: I also see that keyboard layout for E5400 as below: Hence it needs no other changes in the system...use the below link which contains the complete manual for Latitude E5400: http://bit.ly/Tb98y6 If you have further...
...might work. If it doesn't work you might have to search for them individually. For instance, the touch pad driver for my Latitude E6400 did not work in Windows 8. So I googled the driver file name without the version at the end, and found a newer one that...
I did an upgrade from XP to 7 Ultimate. Also upgraded the bios and installed the only grahics driver Dell has for this machine on Win7.(Forums)
...I was using Windows 7 on this Dell latitude E5400 from past 2yrs i guess! n now i installed...need the bluetooth drivers for Dell latitude E5400!!! Plz guys help me find them...Manufacturer: Dell Inc. System Model: Latitude E5400 BIOS: Phoenix ROM BIOS PLUS Version...
Could be you have interference (microwave, cell phone, cordless phone, blue tooth, wireless printer, etc.) in the 2.4GHz band and it's causing the signal to drop. Make sure you've tweaked the Advanced settings for your 5100AGN for optimal performance (if you haven't already).
Thank you for your assistance, Royan. Unfortunately, there is no icon or text for the Dell Touchpad after clicking Mouse on the Control Panel. Is it because I am using Windows 7? I get the following drop down menus: Buttons, Pointers. Pointer Options, Wheel, Hardware, Activities. Many thx!!
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I just remotely accessed the computer from a different laptop and the glitch doesn't show up Does this mean that it's this laptop LCD screen? Do I have to replace the screen? Or is it the laptop itself? Thank you guys for being so helpful.
The code they supplied will remove the password from the CMOS, but not the hard drive - for that you'd have to send the drive to a data recovery outfit with the tools to do that job. It'll be cheaper to just clear the CMOS password and then replace the drive.
Thanks for you reply Rajesh. But I tried all of your steps up until #7 where I click on "Dell Factory Image Restore" . It was just not there. Are there any other options you might recommend?
I've found the issue, I guess. The fan's speed seems to be linked ALSO to hard drive temperature: when it rises above 43-45°C (almost ever!) the fan goes very fast.. this happens also if the cpu temperature isn't high (40-45°C). I think the fan speed is too conservative..
Right it's maximum memory capacity 4GB.
Just another quick question I need to be answered. With the OS I have right now (64b version), I can't expand my desktop to an external monitor. Do you think it'll solve the problem changing PC Image to a 32b version (since I'll be able to install graphics driver) ? BR, PauloF91
My advice is to disconnect any external drivers and run the Dell Diagnostics audio tests again. If you don't have time then let the tests run overnight.
Unfortunately this will not help you to resolve the problem. The Operating System you have right now is 64-bit version, however the Dell support provides drivers only for 32-bit version. We hope your query was answered. If you have any further queries please feel free to reach out to us.
There are some tips in the thread Choppy/Skipping Audio Workarounds that might or might not help.
Hello, I've recently revived my old Latitude e5400 and I noticed the wlan card doesn't work .It's been a while since I've used this laptop and from what I recall I don't...7/31/2013 | (Forums)
People, any update on this ? I require your help to proceed.
When will Dell release Latitude E4300? I only find Latitude E5400 & E6400.(Comment)