Posted February 4, Sign in with Twitter. Results 1 to 8 of 8. Has anyone got this working? I’ve checked the event logs, and didn’t find anything of note.

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Fwd: Broadcom 57xx NIC drivers(Dell GX280)

Home Skip to Content Micro Focus. If any, force to half duplex. It also doesn’t matter what version of the client we use.

We also have a D that was purchased a couple months ago, and is working fine. Download it for free – -and be entered to win a 42″ plasma tv or your very own Sony tm PSP. I was mostly experiencing “watchdog” errors when trying to get a dhcp address and just dropped the port on the switch down from gigabit to mbit until I found the spanning tree fix.

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Register a new account. At any rate, it turned out that there was a service running for the wireless network card that was slowing things down. If yours is SigmaTel 92xx or 76xx, then here’s the list of Linux dumps.


Sign in with Twitter. It is the most current one. Posted April 30, You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Badger, send to [hidden email] The time now is Can you get to a session eg. Posted February 4, The broadcom is on the workstation. Results 1 to 8 of 8.

Updating the DOS drivers for an onboard Broadcom® 57xx NIC

Free forum by Nabble. Is that the latest one. We have other laptops here and they do not 5xx that long, it is just the Gigabit NICs.

Sometimes it takes upwards of 5 minutes to log in. I have managed to get Kalyway working sweet – apart from the NIC and the sound A little more info may help Broadcom 57xx NIC and Netware Well, I don’t know what your experience is with Dell provided drivers, but most of the time when we use the manufacturer’s drivers on a Dell system something breaks.

My question is, what should be my next steps to get the Broadcom 57xx module?


The only difference between the two is that the older one has a different wireless adapter. If anyone can help with either my sound or NIC I’d be very grateful – I’ve searched through the forums all weekend and not found anything that works though I have found lots of people with the same issues I’ve checked the event logs, and didn’t find anything of note. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.

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Or sign in with one of these services Sign in with Facebook. I’ll give it a go in the morning with a “simple hub” and see if it works.

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