Hey, Thank you so much for your help. Try the file I zipped up and attached below. I’ll open up the pc and see if I can find any ID marks. In the device properties, the Hardware ID is: The problem is that device is no longer supported by Linksys. I found this driver on the Microsoft Update Catalog website. Do the manual install and see if it works browse to the driver folder.
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Computer is inside the Laser Cutter which makes it irritating to get to without disconnecting everything and hauling it out. Ill check back here and post here if I make any progress.
The PCI ID Repository
I was able to find the driver from another site. Message 3 of The operating system was changed to Windows 7, so I think it might be a driver issue but Im having trouble finding the correct driver for our card. If that driver broadcoj work either, I suggest you purchase an updated PCI wifi adapter that works with W7. Hey, Thank you so much for your help.
Day is ending here at work so I’ll return to the problem tomorrow morning and see brkadcom I can find whats actually wrong. Message 4 of If broafcom doesn’t work, I surrender, and as long as you wanted an external USB wifi adapter, that one should work fine.
Click on the driver tab. Message 2 of I think this should do the trick. In the device properties, the Hardware ID is: We are running Windows 7 on here, will a Vista driver be alright?
I suppose you can try it from the manufacturer’s website at the link below That is odd since it is a wireless card. Didn’t find what you were looking for? Message 10 of If cen is the right driver, it will work. Message 8 of I downloaded that driver and installed it.
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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 pdi access point”.
Thanks a lot for all your help so far! Message 7 of Message 1 of So I think you’re right and ill have to get an adapter. Try the file I zipped up and attached below. Message 5 of Message 9 of I found this driver on the Microsoft Update Catalog website. So, what I have done is to upload the full driver install package to my Skydrive folder, and shared the link below.
The driver installed but im still getting no connection. Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked and see if the driver installs that way. Do the manual install and see if it broadfom browse to the driver folder.