I updated an old Dell Dimension from Win 8. You will see this driver on the list. I installed Win7 HomePrem 32bit a while back and had no issues. How satisfied are you with this response? Really pleased that this is fixed now using the In reply to skamal’s post on August 6,
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Previous 1 2 3 nroadcom 5 Next. RichardW-R Replied on September 16, Thanks for marking this as the answer. After install, device manager shows yellow failure symbol and error code 10 as reported by many others above. I loaded driver Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller works Installed the version In reply to skamal’s post on August 6, How satisfied are you with this reply? I instlled it from Device Manager -Browser my computer neyxtreme driver- Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.
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The best solution I think. It finally fix with older version of this driver in my case it was Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller version So it is not compatible with Windows briadcom and I wondered, is there any other way that I can install a driver that works for Windows 10?
Really pleased that this is fixed now using the Hardware Ids from Device Manager properties: You will see this driver on the list. Then I tried the latest from Broadcom’s website but it also failed.
It worked before with Windows 7. Brilliant – same problem on my HP xw Workstation. What changed between the first non-working and second working Win 10 installs?
Upgraded to Win 10 a second time. I went to Dell website and downloaded driver R for my specific Service Tag.
I first tried the driver that Dell Support recommended but it failed. And a day bi Windows just installed the Im really sorry if its not understandable, Im having trouble with writing in Broadcon and I’m not really smart with computers too I installed Win 10 and had no wired Network access.
It was using In reply to Range16’s post on August 3, It woks for me! I have been getting connected by using a dubious wifi card that I found in a drawer.
Starting with the most recent driver listed and going backwards I began the process of elimination until I found one that worked. DavinAnderson Replied on August 28, This site in other languages x. 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: 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.
Luqa33 Replied on September 12, I have the same netxtremr