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Needed: ALL Drivers for Dell N5110 laptop with Windows 7 64 bit

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  • Hard Drives
  • Drivers
  • Dell
  • Laptops
  • Windows 7
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August 2, 2013 9:23:21 PM

I had a hdd failure and have replaced/upgraded it. How can I get the original set of drivers that came on my Dell N5110 laptop?

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August 3, 2013 7:17:32 AM



Thank you, I am there this morning. So I can manually add the drivers using my service tag and they will be enough to access Dell and recognize the rest. The problem is without any drivers I don’t have network, wifi, usb ports only optical drive. From another laptop burning a disc seems the only way to load.
Is there an order for all the drivers to be manually loaded in or can I get network drivers first and directly download the rest?
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August 3, 2013 8:29:59 PM

HemiPower said:


Thank you, I am there this morning. So I can manually add the drivers using my service tag and they will be enough to access Dell and recognize the rest. The problem is without any drivers I don’t have network, wifi, usb ports only optical drive. From another laptop burning a disc seems the only way to load.
Is there an order for all the drivers to be manually loaded in or can I get network drivers first and directly download the rest?


I would try them in the order you have listed. Personally, I would try another computer and burn the drivers to a disk so I would have a backup of the drivers.
August 3, 2013 10:11:03 PM

kenrivers said:
HemiPower said:


Thank you, I am there this morning. So I can manually add the drivers using my service tag and they will be enough to access Dell and recognize the rest. The problem is without any drivers I don’t have network, wifi, usb ports only optical drive. From another laptop burning a disc seems the only way to load.
Is there an order for all the drivers to be manually loaded in or can I get network drivers first and directly download the rest?


I would try them in the order you have listed. Personally, I would try another computer and burn the drivers to a disk so I would have a backup of the drivers.


That is exactly what I did. I selected the option for all drivers related to my service tag. Then I chose to have an ISO created. I assume that if Dell is building the ISO and loading from it to my OS that it will be in the correct order.
I will reply with the results and the outcome for others with this issue.