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Broadcom Network adapter Problems
How can I get this ethernet card to work? It will be available in advanced network section. TrevilOct 1, Email Required, but never shown.
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Beginner can’t get IP address from 1394 Net Adapter
And – YES – it is compatible with Win7 – or at least the listing says so. Join overother people just like you! You’ll get the same rate as using a x-over cable between the laptop and the desktop, and there’s nothing then to configure.
Just an update on how I’m getting on with this problem. Well, I can use the net now, but the problem still isn’t completely solved.
Solved: Ethernet( Net Adapter) Driver Issue | Tech Support Guy
So why would you want to use Firewire instead of Ethernet to network computers? Everything seems to be fine except for when I try to install my cable which uses the ethernet adapter. Mar 23, Messages: Roll Neg Own Network Cables It may not be something you do everyday, but having the supplies and know-how to whip up a network cable on the spot can be very handy.
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I’m trying to figure out what you mean by “advanced network section “. Yes, my password is: Just configure the connection in Windows as you would an Ethernet one.
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Some poeple even view it with suspicion, thinking that perhaps it’s might be adaptef form of spyware I guess you can’t be too careful these days. I need to find the hidden adapters and get rid of them. However, none of the workarounds – and I don’t want to sound disrespectful or unthankful for the workaround suggestions guys – address the fundamental problem detailed in the first post – namely – why doesn’t the Firewire adapter show up in 4# network connections or indeed in the network adapters node in the device manager?