I used to have the same issue. After searching the web, I found someboy fixed same issue by re-seating the card. So I tried it and my M1210 hasn't lost wireless since. The mini PCI slot on DELL laptop is not very tight.
After upgrade my M1210 with the A04 BIOS released on Oct 23, I start to experience BOSD and reboot with BIOS reporting RAM error. Runing RAM test from DELL diagnostic partition also fails. Downgrade to A03 the problem goes away.
Originally Posted by grecinos
Oxfrombws, I tried entering that part number into the Dell accessories site and it didn't find the part... When I goto configure a laptop I don't see the option for the spdif...
If you just configure a XPS M1210 with the cable and add it to cart online. In the detail of the order the part shows up with SKU 310-7262.
Cables And Accessories S-Video to TV-Component and SPDIF Adapter SVIDCBL [310-7262]
Try Powerstrip, see this post http://www.notebookforums.com/thread165050.html
Originally Posted by SacKings384
I have a Dell E-1505, and was wondering how to tell if the screen is LG or Samsung......