Message 6 of Message 10 of Message 3 of I found this driver on the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Message 9 of All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Microsoft Windows 7 bit.
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I have the same question. That is odd since it is a wireless card. Click on the driver tab.
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Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked and see if the driver installs that way. I ran the trouble shooter and it said “A network cable is not propperly plugged in or may be broken” and “problem with wirless adaptor or access point”. Select the Browse my computer for driver software option and browse to the unzipped driver folder. Do the manual install and see if it works browse to the driver folder. If it is the right driver, it will work. I think this should do the trick.
So, what I have done is to upload the full driver install package to my Skydrive folder, and shared the link below.
The PCI ID Repository
The operating system was changed to Windows 7, so Broqdcom think it might be a driver issue but Im having trouble broadcon the correct driver for our card. In the device properties, the Hardware ID is: Computer is inside the Laser Cutter which makes it irritating to get to without disconnecting everything and hauling it out.
Message 2 of Thanks a lot for all your help so far! Message 6 of Message 8 of Go to the device manager, click on the Network Controller needing the driver. Message 4 of Try the file I zipped up and attached below. I downloaded that driver and installed it. Ive checked the connections and everything seems to be plugged in just fine, so im not vfn whats wrong.
I found this driver on the Microsoft Update Catalog website. If that driver doesn’t work either, I suggest you purchase an updated PCI wifi adapter that works with W7.
This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. Message 3 of I was able to find the driver from 14w4 site.
Hey, Thank you so much for your help. I’ll open up the pc and see if I can find any ID marks.
Click on Update Driver. Message 7 of Message 10 of Hey, thanks for the reply. Vej 1 of I suppose you can try it from the manufacturer’s website at the link below