I saw the available memory issue in the systeminfo.txt report
I guess the best question here is if your system is lagging - despite having 32 gB of RAM?
And, are you doing anything that's memory intensive (especially when you ran the report).
You can run the report at any time from the Command Prompt by typing "systeminfo" (without the quotes) and pressing Enter
FYI - I just ran it on my system. I have 16 gB of RAM and have about 11 gB available. I have 8 windows open, and the Firefox window has 36 tabs open.
If there's nothing in Programs and Features, then uninstall through Device Manager.
But Dell will often change the name - most often to something like that refers to Wireless or WiFi (and it may say Dell rather than Broadcom)
If it offers the choice to delete the software (in Device Manager), check the box and click on OK (you want to delete the software)
The point here is that removing stuff from Device Manager isn't as complete a removal as removing from Programs and Features
The reason for the gyrations here is to remove as much of the wifi stuff as possible - to ensure that you remove the part that might be corrupted..
Sometimes an installer will just check and see if the files are the same - and then will skip over them. They generally don't check for corruption - so I usually advise removing as much as you can, then install the freshly downloaded software/drivers
Edited by usasma, 10 August 2016 - 06:30 AM.
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