You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. Thank you for the information. Derek McLean Replied on June 1, In reply to Michael Gall’s post on May 16, I have the same question It’s only the last couple of days this has been happening. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
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Anne Ros Replied on May 21, I can confirm that there is a bug in the Creators Update that affects the compatibility with the Broadcom x driver. In reply to DerekMcLean’s post on May 15, It accepted W10 without difficulties, and the Broadcom driver was carried over with each upgrade – until now.
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Dell Broadcom x 10/ Integrated Controller Driver A03 Driver – TechSpot
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. To better assist you with your concern regarding Windows 10 Creators Update and accessing the internet, broadcok suggest that you create a new thread under Windows Microedit Replied on June 25, Thanks for marking this as the answer.
My problem with x was that it was turned off in the bios. Thanks for the suggestion to open a new thread.
I instead downgraded to the previous version of windows, and now the Broadcom is working again. Or maybe somebody knows differently?
Dell Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller Driver A03
It’s only the last couple of days this has been happening. Derek McLean Replied on June 1, If you have any questions please let me know. The WiFi came back up, but the Broadcom is still disabled.
Since your WiFi is now working properly, we suggest updating all the device drivers. In reply to Gokul T’s post on April 30, In reply to Michael Gall’s post on May 16, 44×0 us know if you have any other concerns.
This thread is locked. Any ideas or suggestion welcome.
Perhaps not the best suggestion to start a new thread as there was already a thread with a MSFT engineer who acknowledges the bug: How satisfied are you with this reply?
Michael Gall Replied on May 16, DerekMcLean Replied on May 15, Ill keep trying different things but i may have to try windows re-install too. I suspect it 10/100 be either a bios problem,battery exhausted maybe,as its the orginal cr button cell that came with the PC from new.
In reply to jvoric’s post on April 30, In reply to Derek McLean ‘s post on June 1, With the latest update to Windows 10, this broke my machine as well. I will post any updates on this issue on thread: After Windows 7 x64 installed its own driver.
I can’t get a driver remotely. The update also broacdom my wifi connection, and it took me awhile to figure out I had to disable the broadcom, disable the wifi Intel Wireless WiFi link AGNthen remove the wifi adaptor, then reboot sigh.