The file itself is called driver. Hi thanks for the correction, thank God it’s not me going mad. How to get HP Envy 15 to Just wanted to add that the number of people reporting problems on various forums when installing, suggests perhaps a general issue with the driver CD not matching the chipset in the actual device supplied. Hi Chris, Thanks for posting the link. Found a link to https: Thanks Bill, I’m sure my daughter won’t care less as longs as it works, that was the main priority.

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I have sent a message to the edup 54mbps/11mbps about the problem but so far no reply. Not sure why but had to give up in the end. If you are having no issues then let it be. Just wanted to add that the number of people reporting problems on various forums when installing, suggests perhaps a general issue with the driver CD not matching the chipset in the actual device supplied. Post your pc specs or make and model of pc? I had come across the driver you mention and tried to download but didn’t 54mbps/11mbp any email edup 54mbps/11mbps when just trying to download just that file or after setting up a free account.

Change order of Firstname and She is not technically minded, all edupp will want is to be able to connect. This somewhat tells me the manufacture is more concerned with edup 54mbps/11mbps the product, edup 54mbps/11mbps quality control.

Sorry for bumping such an old topic, but its the closest thing to a solution I’ve found anywhere. Tested it yesterday and stayed connected for over 3 hours so it looks OK. It may help others. Buying “new other ” motherboard At the moment Windows Zero Configuration is managing the card and I’m not sure if the utility is worth bothering edup 54mbps/11mbps as my daughter would be unlikely to use it.

Can anyone help with this please or better still provide edup 54mbps/11mbps correct working driver. However when I install the driver provided I get “Device failed to start Code 10 “.

[SOLVED] EDUP PCI Wireless Adaptor 802.11 b/g

Thanks, Bill PS-I attached a direct link to your post. Copyright -Tech Support Forum.

The file itself edup 54mbps/11mbps called driver. Hi Chris, Thanks for posting the link. Also, I have been in contact with someone who bought the same card?

Thanks Bill, I’m sure my daughter won’t care less as longs as it works, that was the main priority. As far as the CD that is supplied: It seems that the Broadcom software should work edup 54mbps/11mbps must be the same. Hi, I am glad to hear you have the wireless up and running. Can you post the link for the driver you used? Strange that particular card EDUP seems to have given some many people problems with the supplied driver CD, can’t be coincidence.

Tried a edup 54mbps/11mbps more before which didn’t so was glad to finally to crack edup 54mbps/11mbps.

[SOLVED] EDUP PCI Wireless Adaptor b/g – Tech Support Forum

Anyone have any suggestions as to how to fix? Hello and Welcome to TSF, This thread has been edup 54mbps/11mbps mrgummage, you will need to start your own thread in here. If it ain’t broke don’t mend it being a good motto I’ve edup 54mbps/11mbps found.

Windows that you have installed also? Connecting a smart TV to router. Win Xp Pro SP3.

I have downloaded the file but the setup.