Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter Problem

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Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter Problem

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I just manually reinstalled my Windows Vista Operating System and realized I can no longer connect to the Internet.  I read a similar discussion with a person who had the same problem.  It seems I didn't install the drivers in the correct order.  I understand how to fix it, but I cannot connect to the internet to install the drivers in the correct order in the first place. 

I have little experience pertaining to laptops.

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  • What the model of your laptop? Have  you tried using the recoveyr disc or the driver disc that comes with the laptop?

    If you have experience install drivers on a desktop computer, there should be no problem when you're going to do it on your laptop.

    Thanks

    DoctorScott

     

     

     

  • yankfreak23

    I cannot connect to the internet to install the drivers in the correct order in the first place. 

    Use a system that has access to the internet and download the drivers from support.dell.com for your system that doesn't have all the drivers on it.  Then copy those drivers to a USB key.  Then copy the files from the USB key to the system that you need to install the drivers on.