Can I use Broadcom 440x10/100 IC for wireless

April 23, 2011 at 08:41:02
Specs: Windows Vista, 4GB
I have a broadcom 440x10/100 Integrated Controller. I just got the Westell 7500. It won't connect for any connection to the broadcom card. Does anyone know if this broadcom is a network adapter? My older westell modem still connects just fine. Have a Dell 521E

Is this a driver issue or do I need a network adapter? If a driver problem does anyone know the driver I need?

If I need a network adapter, it is for a Dell 5100C and does this disable and replace the Broadcom card? Or in addition to it?

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April 24, 2011 at 01:33:09
The broadcom is a non-wireless network adapter - it will only connect using a cable. If your old modem worked with the card then your new one will, you just need to set it up in the first place - follow the instructions in the manual, if you don't have them then they should be available on the Westell website.

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