Difference between different versions of Broadcom types

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ajbhat1990

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Alright , this is a question that I have wanted to ask . If my network adapter driver is showing Broadcom 802.11 n type and my router is/supports 802.11 g , could it be one of the I reasons why I cannot connect to the wifi ?


If yes , how can it be solved ?
 

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should not be - the adapter should support G an N
have a look at the properties of the adapter

device manager>network adapters>right click on the adapter>properties
 
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