broadcom 440x drivers

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busterdog

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I have a new pc built by IT at work.
The onbord network connection does not work as yet and the person who built it said go to the manufacturers website and download the drivers.
I have found some but there is no .exe file but loads of references to 'server 2000'. Somewhere along the line (been at it all evening and a bit tired and fed up now) I got an error 10 code.
Any help, info, ideas etc would be more than welcome.
Thanks for any info in advance.

BD
 

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The generic Broadcom drivers are here for some products: http://www.broadcom.com/drivers/downloaddrivers.php

But if the NIC is part of the motherboard then they'll have the specific drivers for you. Find the manufacturer of the motherband and then go to their site. If for some reason you can't find those drivers you can use the ones above.
 
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Probably a good idea to load the chipset (motherboard) drivers first. You should have a CD from the board manufacturer . . if not . . go to their website and download them.

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