Dell Optiplex Gx260 driver download
Network adapters such as the Dell Optiplex Gx260 network adapter are an integral part of your Windows computer. Windows and installed software on your computer communicate with the installed network adapters via drivers. If there is a problem with your Dell Optiplex Gx260 network adapter driver, your network adapter will fail to function properly. When this happens, you may experience one or more of the following issues:
• You are unable to connect to the Internet
• Your Windows PC freezes often
• Your PC’s performance deteriorates considerably
What causes Dell Optiplex Gx260 driver errors?
Driver errors can occur due to various reasons. With that said, the most common cause is missing drivers.
How to resolve Dell Optiplex Gx260 ‘missing driver’ error
To resolve the Dell Optiplex Gx260 ‘missing driver’ error, you need to install the Dell Optiplex Gx260 network adapter driver. For this, you can perform either of the following solutions-
Solution 1 - Install Dell Optiplex Gx260 driver from a Windows system recovery disk
Windows system recovery disk contains all the built-in drivers, that is, drivers that were preinstalled in your computer.
1. Insert the Windows system recovery disk in your CD/DVD-ROM.
2. In the Software screen, uncheck Recommended Software Applications and Hardware Enabling Drivers.
3. Click on the plus sign and select the driver you need to install.
4. Click the Install button.
5. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Solution 2 – Download and install Dell Optiplex Gx260 driver from the Internet
In case you don’t have a Windows system recovery disk with you or the Dell Optiplex Gx260 network adapter driver is not included in the system recovery disk, you can download the Dell Optiplex Gx260 driver from the Internet.
To achieve this, perform the simple steps illustrated below:
1. Locate the appropriate driver using one of the links below.
2. Download the driver file and save it on your desktop
3. Double-click the driver file and follow the onscreen instructions to install the driver
Note: It is recommended that you create a restore point before installing a driver that you downloaded from the Internet. To know more about a restore point and how to create one, read the Windows Help guide that is preinstalled on your Windows computer.
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