Download Broadcom Netxtreme Gigabit Ethernet Driver Windows 8.1 Install Update
I'm having trouble with the Internet and Windows 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: So I grabbed my old laptop, did some research and downloaded a few new drivers, put them on my usb stick and copied them to my PC, did what I had to do I really don't know how to explain it in English haha, im so sorry! So it is not compatible with Windows 10 and I wondered, is there any other way that I can install a driver that works for Windows 10?
Im really sorry if its not understandable, Im having trouble with writing in English and I'm not really smart with computers too Device manager shows that "the device cannot start. Code 10 Operation Failed. Last Device Instance Id: Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. I have a Dell GX with integrated ethernet. I had no option to "rollback" the driver as others have suggested. The driver recommended by Dell Support did not work with Win10 nor did the latest driver provided on broadcom.
The solution that worked for me is listed below. The following info is the steps I used to install a working network driver; 1 open Device Manager 2 right-click Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller 3 select "Update Driver Software" 4 select "Browse my computer for driver software" 5 select "Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer" 6 From this list begin the process of elimination until you find a driver that works.
I started with the most recent driver and proceeded backwards. So far I've had no problems and Windows update has not changed the driver. I'm not sure I understand your browser issues. I have not experienced any problems using Edge, Google or Internet Explorer. I haven't used Mozilla. Having multiple AV programs installed on the same system has been known to cause serious conflicts! What finally fixed the problem for me was to install an older version Thx mate, I installed the same version and it works!
It works but update keeps installing the newer driver back on it. Even with driver updates turned off!!! For the purpose of this specific issue, I intentionally run Windows update on a daily basis and so far there has been no changes to the driver for this component.
Update has found and installed drivers for other components so I think it's safe to assume that update is functioning properly. Had the same issue with my Dell Precision workstation and downgrading the driver did the trick. Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller works It finally fix with older version of this driver in my case it was Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller version You will find this driver from windows driver list.
I instlled it from Device Manager -Browser my computer for driver- Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. You will see this driver on the list. Well folks, Thanks to a helpful person on this Forum who sent me a link to the version 14 x64 driver I was all set to try a second time to upgrade to Win Installed the version Reverted back to the standard Win 7 driver ver Win 10 said it had already downloaded and was ready to install It installed and wired Internet is working.
It's using the version I installed Win 10 and had no wired Network access. Upgraded driver to latest. Downgraded to Win 7. Upgraded to Win 10 a second time. What changed between the first non-working and second working Win 10 installs? Tell us about your experience with our site. Good evening, I'm having trouble with the Internet and Windows This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
I have the same question Range16 Replied on July 31, I have the exact same problem. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Rick E F Replied on September 19, In reply to MazlumKuru's post on September 19, In reply to Range16's post on August 3, Rick E F Replied on September 23, Scott n MtJ Replied on August 4, MazlumKuru Replied on September 19, It woks for me!
In reply to skamal's post on August 6, 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.
Paul Replied on November 13, In reply to Paul 's post on November 13, Try this 1-Open network centrum 2-Select chance adapter 3-Richt click network Broadcom 4-Propperties 5-Configuration 6- Device driver 7-Update device driver 8-Select search on my com. This site in other languages x.
Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet Drivers Download
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Broadcom NetLink Ethernet Adapter Issues - Worked in Windows 8 BUT NOT IN 8.1 - SHAMEFUL Microsoft
The problem with this adaptor not working in Windows 8. We bought Windows 8 anyway. Maybe that's a mistake if Microsoft is going to leave us in the dust as well. The fault is Microsoft's alone. This adaptor worked in Windows 8 but not 8. On the Broadcom site they themselves were aware of the problem in September so you think you, Microsoft, would be aware of the problem too or should have been. Isn't that why you released a preview and all the driver issues it had with the 0x install errors, to fix the driver issues before final release? Instead you release Windows 8. I used to have so much respect for Microsoft. Everything always worked and you made sure of driver compatibility before any final release. Maybe that means doing nothing well or at least at the quality level I was use to.