Sunday, December 27, 6: Thursday, December 24, 8: I must have had an intellectual interlude aka senior moment. Note on archived topics. I am thinking of replacing the Broadcom wireless card with an Intel one. I hope this helps, thanks again! Sorry for my late answer and the wrong setupapi – file.
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Message 10 of So none of the remains of your Vista install could be impacting Win7.
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Broadcom NetLink Gigabit Ethernet* LAN Driver
Resources for IT Professionals. USB composite device c: Sorry I couldn’t offer any better advice than “reinstall” in this case.
Windows 7 IT Pro. Even with a new driver the Broadcom chipset can’t cope with high channels, has only one country setting United States and doesn’t support speeds over 65 Mbps.
So I don’t really suspect that as a problem. Claims arising under this Agreement shall be governed by the laws of California, excluding its principles of conflict of laws and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the Sale windoww Goods.
There have been posts here before about problems when doing this as there are some Vista drivers left over that just do not work in Win 7. There might be some additional info on the code 19 issue in a file on your PC.
Broadcom BCM43XX Driver Win7/8/10 | Wireless Drivers
Saturday, January 2, 6: Drop the DVD in and run setup. Have you tried other ports on your laptop?
Friday, December 25, 8: A few days offline, but still working on the problem: It seems that Dell only provides 64 bit drivers for their recent products. Queueing up error report since device has a PnP problem Thursday, December 24, 6: A clean would definitely be promising, but be sure you obtain ALL the Windows 7 drivers before you start. In device manager, view devices by connection Then completely expand each of the USB host controller nodes there are several of them. I have a problem with my wifi adapter before and tried many broadcom drivers but still it didn’t work.
After restart and reinstalling the problem is still there. Such license agreement may be a “break-the- seal” license agreement.