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NETWORKING CARD

Discussion in 'Networking' started by BGBG, Nov 8, 2017.

  1. BGBG

    BGBG Registered Members

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    My XP built in Broadcom network card I believe does not work.If I download a wireless LAN_Broadcom_3.30.15_XPx86_A from Gateway and try installing it, will this interfere with the D-Link USB I now use, or keep it from working? Or should I just leave it alone since now D-Link works fine and original Broadcom did not? There is a setup file in folder and I downloaded it to see if I could get the built-in adaptor to work but then was afraid to try it. Got new D-Link instead for old one stopped.
     
  2. allheart55 (Cindy E)

    allheart55 (Cindy E) Administrator Administrator

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    I would leave it alone, Bill since it's working with the USB adapter.
    I think we have established that the built in wifi card was faulty.
     
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  3. BGBG

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    Yeah...I was thinking the same thing. I have to learn to resist these impulses. D-Link is working fine. Original one quit so I got another.
     
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