This thread is locked. I have to use device manager to remove it then scan for hardware changes which reinstalls it and everything it then fine. In reply to DerekMcLean’s post on May 15, I will post any updates on this issue on thread: I acutally downloaded three different drivers and this one seemed to be the most recent and is the only one that I searched for using my service tag. My problem is similar, but it lies in Windows Davie Oct 13,
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I have the same question The WiFi came back up, but the Broadcom is still disabled. I installed all three different drivers with the same results.
Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller missing after restarting pc
After Windows 7 x64 installed its own driver. It’s only the last couple of days this has been happening. Did this solve your problem? When I clicked on ‘View compatible systems and operating systems’ I did not see Dimension listed.
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Could also use a USB ethernet adapter, but they are far less reliable. It replaced vista 32 bit. If edll get the same problem I’m thinking a bad driver or the NIC is failing.
Solved: Broadcom 440x integrated controller and internet connections issues
Installed the new PCI and everything works great!! In reply to Derek McLean ‘s post on June 1, Update a driver for hardware that isn’t working properly. TerryNetMay 1, In reply to Anne Ros’s post on May 21, Do you already have an bradcom Perhaps not the best suggestion to start a new thread as there was already a thread with a MSFT engineer who acknowledges the bug: I will perform the command prompt this evening when I get home from work, and post it probably around 8: Or maybe somebody knows differently?
Paste the results in a message here. Thanks again for the help. Any ideas or suggestion welcome. Welcome to Tech Support Guy! In response to your earlier question you can disable the integrated Broadcom adapter and install a PCI ethernet card. broacdom
Solved: Broadcom x integrated controller and internet connections issues | Tech Support Guy
I have to use device manager to remove it then scan for hardware changes which reinstalls it and everything it then fine. But maybe I am wrong about the driver, I searched the Dell site is this was the best but I could be looking in the wrong place. Thanks for marking this as the answer. This thread is locked. Thanks dwll your feedback, it helps us improve the site.
So I guess that leaves me with a failing NIC. I ethernrt notice that the was not on the list. Apr 29, Messages: In reply to DerekMcLean’s post on May 15,