Still the same problem with RC2. Wednesday, September 13, 6: I’ve already tried different versions of the drivers from broadcom. Remove From My Forums. However, loading either the VMWare nic driver or the Broadcom 57xx failed. Saturday, June 24, 3: I am using beta 2 build on a Dell 64 bit dual xeon processors.
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I installed and reinstalled various versions and the Broadcom wireless driver is not working. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Tuesday, July 17, 9: This site may be helpful for you drivers.
Broadcom NetXtreme II 1 Gigabit Driver 188.8.131.52 for Windows Vista 64-bit
Tuesday, September 5, 9: What driver should I use? I saw a note that someone nettreme a W2K driver???? Tuesday, July 25, 8: I have the same problem with beta 2.
I’ve already tried different versions of the drivers from broadcom. Still no luck here.
Saturday, September 16, 3: I’ve been searching the web to solve this problem for this days now To fix this, find the device manager and the non-functional network card.
I installed RC1 and no change still have the same issue. Sign in to vote. Wednesday, September 13, 6: I installed beta 2 on a thinkpad r51e integrated broadcom netxtreme. Thanks for the tip, it worked great: I’m using VMWare v4.
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Thursday, December 28, 3: Saturday, August 19, 4: Guys are you looking for broadcom legacy drives or the Multifunction drivers? For specific hardware-related issues, please use the Windows Vista Hardware forum 0 0.
Has anybody found any solution on this one yet: Friday, September 1, 1: I found that with my VM running I had to instll the win 2k drivers to get one of my devices to work. However, loading either the VMWare nic driver or the Broadcom 57xx failed.
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I am vusta beta 2 build on a Dell 64 bit dual xeon processors. I have a broadcom 43xx card so I dont think these drivers are the solution.
Not an IT pro? Remove From My Forums. Windows Vista Networking https: Is there a solution? Wednesday, June 21, 6: