I couldn’t get a stable connection in Linux tried STA, b43, and ndiswrapper, long association time, followed by an authentication time out, or thats how I interpreted the syslog entries so I tried Windows thinking it was the usual Broadcom tom-foolery. He also has windows XP professional. Other devices can connect to all three networks fine. Use the hardware radio switch to enable it. TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.
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Broadcom 54g Configuration woes I hope this helps. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Pros it was easy to find In that case I would suggest reinstalling an official Broadcom driver. Try using that utility to manage the card. Glad that CNET has a clean, working driver.
These files were all I needed to get my wi-fi working again. Use the hardware radio switch to enable it.
BroadCom BCM94318 BCM4318 WIFI Wireless WLAN Card Windows Drivers Download
Once it starts connecting, the wireless tool says “scanning for networks” for a few seconds, then comes back with “no networks found” and will not redisplay the network you tried connecting to.
Since WPA2 has only been introduced in SP3, it might be worth trying to upgrade to a more recent driver anyway. Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: Cons It requires additional downloading, and the item is a driver, which means I have to be online to get the driver, that puts me online, so I cannot use it Summary not the full driver, waste of time. Results 1—2 of 2 1.
There are no entries in the event logs about this that I can find. He has a broadcom wireeless How does this relate to your problem?
Wireless not working on Windows XP
I couldn’t get a stable connection in Linux tried STA, b43, and ndiswrapper, long association time, followed by an authentication time out, or thats how I interpreted the syslog entries so I tried Windows wirelesd it was the usual Broadcom tom-foolery.
No, the only hardware driver that it offered to install was related to the modem, and I ignored it.
Requires 7-ZIP or Windows zipfile manager or similar to expand the zipfile into separate files. According to the troubleshooting, his driver does not support the Wireless Zero Configuration Service.
Asus WLAN Wireless Driver for Windows XP Driver – TechSpot
I accidentally hosed my wireless config utility. Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. Wired networking works fine and is wireeless I ran Windows Update.
Broadcom Wireless LAN Driver for XP – HP Support Community –