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Solved: Wireless Card Vista 64-Bit Error! IMPORTANT

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Jacktheguy, Mar 8, 2009.

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  1. Jacktheguy

    Jacktheguy Thread Starter

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    Help! Both My Wireless Cards Are Struggleing To Work On Vista 64-bit.

    My BT Voyager 1040 PCI-Card, Installs as a Broadcom 802.11g Card (BT's website sats that this card doesnt work)

    And My Belkin Wireless G+ PCI-Card (model:F5D7001, version:2001uk) Either Installs as a Broadcom 802.11g, or doesnt install at all. (Belkin's Website Says It Should Work)

    I'M CONFUSED! Please Help Me, I'll Give Any Information You Need,

    Thanks, Jack.

    P.S. Error Number Is E0000203

    And My DevNodeStatus Says:

    01802400
    DN_HAS_PROBLEM
    DN_DISABLEABLE
    DN_NT_ENUMERATOR
    DN_NT_DRIVER

    I'm Not Sure What Other Information To Give You

    PS: My Computer Has:
    Intel Core 2 Duo 6300 (2x1.86ghz)
    5GB of Memory(RAM)
    320GB Seagate SATA Harddisk

    P.P.S. Do You Think That A Linksys PCI-Card Would Work?
     
  2. Jacktheguy

    Jacktheguy Thread Starter

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    Bump help!
     
  3. Triple6

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    Well neither of these cards have Vista 64 bit drivers. But they both appear to be installing with generic drivers and in a lot of cases that should work. Broadcom is the manufacturer of the actual chips on these cards.

    Some Linksys cards will work, others won't. Old one's will not, new ones should.

    If you do want to buy another card then go to the manufacturer's and see if they list Vista x64 drivers, if they do then the card will work with those drivers.
     
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