Here is some more on the problem: In reply to Range16’s post on August 3, I installed Win7 HomePrem 32bit a while back and had no issues. Hope this helps I also found this nasty glitch but luckily for me my Dell Latitude D had a wireless driver that was compatible so I did like you said and sure enough that driver did the trick now I am back on Ethernet. It worked before with Windows 7. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. Well an update was downloaded and installed
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Here is some more on the problem: It finally fix with older version of this driver in my case it was Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller version Upgraded driver to latest.
Well an update was downloaded and installed Starting with the most recent driver listed and going backwards I began the process of elimination until I found one that worked. The best solution I think. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt dls trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
Luqa33 Replied on September 12, In reply to Jeremers’s post on August 11, So I grabbed my old laptop, did some research and downloaded a few new drivers, put them on my usb stick and copied them to my PC, did what I had to do I really don’t know how to explain it in English haha, im so sorry!
Hope this helps I also found this nasty glitch but luckily for me my Dell Latitude D had a wireless driver that was compatible so I did like you said and sure enough that driver did the trick now I am back dox Ethernet.
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I instlled it from Device Manager -Browser my computer for driver- Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
Win 10 said it had already downloaded and was ready to install Please note that I have seen others on here report that the advanced setting to not update any drivers isn’t working.
I have a Dell D, nextreme when I first updated the machine to Windows 10 the 57xx Gigabit controller was working fine.
Brilliant – same problem on my HP xw Workstation. Hardware Ids from Device Manager properties: Sorry this didn’t help.
It worked before with Windows 7. You may be faced with the same dks, as Windows tries to force an update to the “right” driver.
Windows 10 – Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller
I had a upgrade today from Windows 7 to Windows 10, after three hours of waiting it was finally done but there was the one and only problem: Im really sorry if its not understandable, Im having trouble with writing in English and I’m not really smart with computers too I first tried the driver that Dell Support recommended but it failed. Boradcom can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
Installed the version Blames my computer for running too slow? I have the same question Rick E F Replied on September 19, You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
In reply to Range16’s post on August 3, So I used this troubleshooter to hide the update. It’s using the version btoadcom I had to do search and I found it.
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What changed between the first non-working and second working Win 10 installs?