Broadcom offers support for Ethernet NIC products and does not provide end-user support for other networking products at this time. I gathered the following info regarding the belkin when I was finding the windows drivers: Find the answer to your Linux question: Find More Posts by severedsolo. I have taken a screenshot but without network connectivity I can’t email it or post it anywhere and I don’t have a USB stick. The new build was mostly new parts, except I was hoping to bring over my wireless network card.
|Date Added:||2 August 2018|
|File Size:||46.25 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The time now is Yezza XP 2 posts. I have to say that anyone who thinks linux can knock windows off its perch with such arcane methods for getting things to work is fooling themselves.
Hi Yezza, Hopefully someone here knows of a solution, but I’m not seeing Vista or Win7 drivers for any versions of the card earlier than v And open source drivers are progressing, but it can be slow progress, if the manufacturer doesn’t provide documentation for the hardware. The ISP is Qwest. Originally Posted by Yezza. BB code is on.
I go back to the old DOS days ,and before that a Texas instruments Tia and believe me programming in extended basic was an absolute breeze compared to this crap. Originally Posted by Blyth I posted a solution on these forums yesterday for the Belkin card, but now I can’t find it.
All times are GMT Results 1 to 10 of Originally Posted by Blyth. Well I tried all that and veraion got me no-where.
Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Here is a picture of it: Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Vfrsion, Ubuntu 9. Sign up using Email and Password. Taegost 5 It also tells me the Belkin I think this is the post you’re talking about: Enjoy an ad free experience by logging in.
Problem instaling Belkin Wireless Card
By the way, yeah i did mean the FCC ID I couldn’t remember the name but you provided me with the info i needed anyway in the broadcom bit. Here’s the info you have asked for in other similar posts about devmgmt.
It’s possible you tried to install the wrong driver. Broadcom offers bellkin for Ethernet NIC products and does not provide end-user support for other networking products at this time. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. I know loading drivers for Win 98 I still use it because I use Elements 1 to edit my art work and print it can be a pain but its not in the same league as Linux.
Belkin F5D v in 7 bit – Windows 7 Help Forums
Is that the broadcom? Windows 10 Pro x Post as a guest Name. You may want to try this thread for more info: