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Hi guys, first time poster !

 

i just bought the Alienware M14xR1 from a non-savy friend  (Service Tag = 6FRHBS1 ) 

 

installed SSD so i had to format,

 

everything went fine with the installation (With the help of DSD (Dell System Detect)  and other official Dell Apps 

 

Except for 2 drivers that i have no idea what they could be. 

 

Maybe Bluetooth ? and a Controller of some sorts ?

 

everything works fine , audio / Video , Apps and Wifi !

 

SEE PICS PLZ !

 

thanks for your time :) 

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UPDATE ***

 

i just realised, 

 

everytime i restart \ Login , 

 

the wifi card connects to the router no probleme

 

HOWEVER ; the connection takes upto a minute before actually connecting (there's no indication on the task bar... )

 

Google chrome takes almost a full minute before first connecting to a website 

 

MEANING ;

 

one of the Unknown drivers might be a Communication driver between the motherbord and wifi card ? 

 

and the other one  almost certain it's a Bluetooth module ...

 

help ? thanks !

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search them on google with they'r hardware ID, it will show up right away what they are.

 

If not you can always try drp.su for automatic driver install, it fast accurate and free.

Edited by runix18

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thanks for the info ! i didn't know you could search drivers by those informations !
 

i found the first one = it was a freefall sensor of sorts

 

but the 2nd one i can't find = ACPI\CPL0002\2&DABA3FF&2 

 

i'm kinda hesitant to download a driver updater (i already have Driver booster *Free ) but i don't even want to use that

 

because i got all my drivers from Dell 

 

but i'll keep looking and if i find it, will post it here for futur references ,

 

thanks for the tip runix18 ! 

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19 hours ago, GameXPlayer said:

thanks for the info ! i didn't know you could search drivers by those informations !
 

i found the first one = it was a freefall sensor of sorts

 

but the 2nd one i can't find = ACPI\CPL0002\2&DABA3FF&2 

 

i'm kinda hesitant to download a driver updater (i already have Driver booster *Free ) but i don't even want to use that

 

because i got all my drivers from Dell 

 

but i'll keep looking and if i find it, will post it here for futur references ,

 

thanks for the tip runix18 ! 

The second one points out to Compal embedded system control of some sort

See if you can find something like that in your drivers list from dell support.

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I think the Compal embedded is the Alienware OSD (On-screen Display) driver.

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it wasn't neither :/ 

thanks for your help guys ! 

 

Untill i do another clean formatting , and try to install all drivers IN ORDER (Which seems important :whistle:   ) 
i'll just leave it be , for now 

 

cheers ! 

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This guide was indispensable to me:

 

 

 

If you need the driver files just hit me up I've still got all the originals and updates.

 

Edit: At a glance it does seem that you're missing the Intel Centrino Advanced WiFi Adapter Driver as well as Bluetooth Adapter Driver, as well as the SiBEAM Host Serial (COM5) Adapter Driver (which should be located right where your missing drivers are).

Edited by Skill
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