Those are missing drivers specific for your PC. Your Dell will have a SERVICE TAG you enter at dell.com to get the right set of drivers BUT and this is where many set the machine on the curb with a free sign, it won't tell you a step by step or much else.
Even I can't be exact because I don't own your exact model. Some will have bluetooth, others will have the whack a mole option.
OK, here's my generic reinstall for almost every version of Windows since 1995.
1. Install the OS. (you did this.)
2. Collect the machine specific drivers. (see 3.)
3. Install in this order.
LAN, WiFi and Bluetooth
Then other drivers specific to this model such as keyboard LED etc.,
4. AND NOW THE DELL THINGS.
Here's where Dell and other systems need a little more. For Dell you look for their Dell Quickset app for the machine and OS and that should be it.
Hello all. Sorry if I'm starting a new topic that's already been discussed. I have a Dell XPS 420 64 bit, Windows 8. I recently needed a new hard drive, the old one died. However when I got it hooked up and got it running, the display of everything is stretched out some. It does not look like it did before. When I use my husband's laptop, I can really see the difference. I had this problem before when I had to get my computer fixed last year. I some how fixed it but I don't remember how. I have the resolution set to the highest, 1280x1024. The only problem is it will only let me adjust it to three options, 1280x1024, 1152x864 and 1024x768. I tried all three and it is definitely worse on the lower two. The driver says it is up to date. I searched and searched online and they all say to adjust the resolution, but I tried that. I even unplugged everything and hooked everything back up. Nothing. Unless, of course it is supposed to look like this. But even my icons on the desktop are a little more oval shaped then round. Some of the text is slightly on the blurry side also. My husband agreed, it doesn't look right. So I got Tech support online today and he went ahead and took control of my computer. He had no idea what he was doing. I told him lowering the display did not work, so he did that and said, is that better? OMG, no! It made it worse. Then he must of set it to upside down and then asked if that was better! I finally left that and he never called back. I reinstalled Windows 8 with the 64 bit DVD hoping it would resolve, nope! So then I went ahead and installed my Office disc, while it was installing it said something briefly in a pop-up about the graphics card. I think it said something about updating it or something like that. So now I'm thinking with the new hard drive, maybe I need to update my graphics card? But I have no idea what it is. All I know is that I am at my wits end and ready to pull my hair out. Either that or I will be throwing it out the window and I will be following it! LOL Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!