I have several Dell 6400's (both Latitude and Precision) that have a driver problem with the Broadcom USH device. The OS is Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit. Any help would be appreciated.
Broadcom USHBroadcom BCM5752/BCM5755 and BCM 5880 TPM Compatibility======================- BCM5752 NIC/TPM with A1/A2 silicon versions- BCM5755 NIC/TPM with A0/A1 silicon versions- BCM5880 USH with A0/B0/C0 silicon
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Thanks SpeedStep that solution did work for me
While John has hopefully found the answer by now, I'm posting this solution that worked for me to help others who are out there hunting!
---While the file description says it's for xp 32 or 64, it worked with Windows 7 64-bit
run custom install
uncheck all devices except Broadcom Unified Security Hub
restart computer when prompted
note that the desktop doesn't appear until after the install completes it's post-rebot configuration - don't panic
Broadcom USH moves to a new device category called Credential Vault Device
Microsoft update will upgrade driver if/when available
You will find the Broadcom USH driver in the security list for the E6420 www.dell.com/.../LAT_E6400
i tried the link you supplied but got a message that that page could not be provided any longer.
I am trying to decide if I really need or use the Broadcom USH driver, or will need it.
I found some info on the web site that it is included in the Control Point Device Driver Package, but, I do not know that I really ought to install that whole package if I do not use a security card system to access my machine or my network.
Can you give me any suggestions as to how I might know what I need and how much to download and install.