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The PCI ID Repository
I then played around with some navigation and found a folder with the broadcom drivers and I get a message saying something like:. Haiku can read but not write to the Puppy partition.
Promote cracked software, or other illegal content. These files were all I needed to get my wi-fi working again. For some reason, anytime you try a wrong driver on that model wifi card, the Windows registry gets corrupted and no future 44315 installs will work.
I was too lazy to look it up.
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Rev that CNET has a clean, working driver. Flaming or offending other users. Sexually explicit or offensive language. Does anyone have any idea how to find the whitelist items in the bios, or indeed how to edit the bios?
Centrino Advanced-N Work fine! Since you’ve already submitted a review for this product, this submission will be added as an update to your original review. This, too is a problem for me.
If you have a question, please create a new topic by clicking here. You need these W7 wifi and blueooth drivers for that ID Thanks for any ideas you might have.
Results 1—2 of 2 1. The package contains the Broadcom wireless LAN drivers and utility that are required to enable the integrated Broadcom Wireless LAN Adapter in supported notebooks that are running a brodcom operating system. In Puppy I connect via Broadcom driver as per: To support a large number of wireless cards with reduced legwork, the Haiku wireless network drivers are FreeBSD wireless drivers wrapped in code to translate them to the Haiku driver subsystem. Thanks for all the replies.
In my case I have both Intel and Atheros cards available but which will not only not work, but actually interfere with booting. I cannot get it running as yet, though I have barely begun booting from a USB drive. If your Linux partition is formatted with ext[2,3, or 4], Haiku should be able to write to it. Am I unfortubate enough to be using a broadcomm driver that is not supported or is there something else I need to do? Didn’t find what you were looking for? Message 5 of 7.