Other third-party sites all want to diagnose it online. Thanks for the warning. My problem with x was that it was turned off in the bios. Describes exactly my problem, but it would’ve never occurred to me it was the Broadcom that screwed up all other network adapters. With the latest update to Windows 10, this broke my machine as well. In reply to DerekMcLean’s post on May 15,

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Anyway, I’ll stick to my plan to go ahead with a dual boot of and so I can test the latter while continue to work on this computer. The WiFi came back up, but the Broadcom is still disabled. In reply to Derek McLean ‘s post on 4440x 1, Realtek Monitor s Displays: Just to flag up that there was an update on this issue on June 6th from a Microsoft representative page 10 of this thread.

Since your WiFi is now working properly, we suggest updating all the device drivers. Windows 10 Home x64 and Pro x Microsoft Digital Media Pro Mouse: Looks like I’ll upgrade to the upcoming Windows 10 fall creators update release when that one comes out next season, which is almost 3 months away and will skip the release.


Windows 10 Pro 32 bit CPU: Windows 10 Pro bit On my computer it’s listed in Device Manager as: Last edited by Try3; 17 Jun at Microedit Replied on June 25, Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. My Computers You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this This thread on Microsoft Answers has a post from a Microsoft person saying they know about the bug in Creators’ Update and are trying to fix it: Windows 10 Pro x In reply to Gokul T’s post on April 30, Viewsonic VP Screen Resolution: Thank you for reporting this!

Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: I can confirm that there is a bug in the Creators Update that affects the compatibility with the Broadcom x driver.

Neither can you simply ‘Disable’ the offending driver in Device Manager – it just seems to hang. I instead downgraded to the previous version of windows, and now the Broadcom is working again. nit


The time now is Ill keep trying different things but i may have to try windows broaecom too. Let us know if you have any other concerns. It accepted W10 without difficulties, and the Broadcom driver was carried over with each upgrade – until now.

Any ideas or suggestion welcome. Advertisements or commercial links. My problem is 440, but it lies in Windows It replaced vista 32 bit. Can’t seem to find any others. Old computers not yet compatible with Broadcom x driver. Broadcom is not helpful.