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bcm 14eb – LAN and Wireless – InsanelyMac Forum
I would suggest replacing the card or using a usb wireless.
I am awaiting an answer on what is good from Amazon. Can you include a screen shot mobile phone picture is OK as long as we can read the errors. Hewlett-Packard Company Device [c: Please tell us the exact IDs. Robx64 Well shame on me I was looking at the intel IO controller model not the broadcom nic. Link is up at Mbps, full duplex [ Look at the router you are using, google the model number, and find out if it is G, N, or AC. This sounds like a very new computer, so I might expect that the nic driver is not part of the ipxe build.
Is this an add in card or something built into the motherboard? If your router is type N, order that thumbnail size usb wifi card in the penguin link above and be done 167 the hassle. Robx64 Is the broadcom the built in card? Flow control is on for TX and on for RX [ From what I can see here the NIC is supported by the linux kernel since a long time: Could you please boot up the workstation with a linux live CD or from its installed system.
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You can use a pci card with antenna on the back for better 114e4 in a huuuge house, but the two usb options should work fine. Windows will tell you all those details as well right? The one bit you left out of the info is are you using uefi or bios settings? So to translate the device ID is 14e4: Running unsupported wifi cards requires some driver searching and installation or some windows wrapper work, which others say is not so supported.
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Could you take a 617b or picture and post a link here in the forums? Link is down [ I have zero clue what I can do about this, however; Googling doesn’t bring up very many helpful guides.
Here’s the results of “lspci -nn -d 14e4: Robx64 Yes, I guess if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail: You are currently running version: Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply. Robx64 Could you try a live linux with 4.