Nothing about the driver not working. Eventually I rolled Windows 10 back to Windows 7. Andria Maria Mendez Replied on August 8, I now have another problem in that the roll back corrupted all scheduler entries. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
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IDontByte Replied on August 10, A second update to Windows 10 fixed it. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
Method 2 – don’t understand! Nothing about the driver not working.
Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller won’t start
The Broadcom NIC was supposed to be Windows 10 compatible not all are according to the Broadcom web site, but obviously not, even with their latest driver installed. This is a very common problem.
Select the drivers and install. In reply to minisoftGE’s post on August 10, Type compatibility in the search box and then press enter.
Kim Replied on August 30, I suggest you to follow the methods below and check if this helps if you’re facing issues with the network connection: Same problem with same bad results. Look forward to a fix soon.
Thank you, thank you.
Device Manager was showing broadco network adapter Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller with a yellow exclamation mark. Broadcom chips used – tried latest driver – still doesn’t work.
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Andria Maria Mendez Replied on August 8, No errors in device manager. Rolled back to Win 7 and all working again. Dual Ethernet interface in my Lenovo ThinkStaion. Dell D Windows 10 64bit. Installed the latest driver from the Broadcom web site.
Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller won’t start – Microsoft Community
With the amount of time it takes to upgrade then downgrade I will wait for etherent confirmed fix before trying again. Drivers have to be installed against the device.
In reply to Andria Etheernet Mendez’s post on August 8, No idea what changed between the non-working upgrade to Windows 10 and the working upgrade. NIC still wouldn’t start. I had the same issue and only solution was to rollback to Win 7 x No mention of device drivers.
In reply to Danny Van Houdt’s post on August 19, You may follow these steps to uninstall and reinstall the Network Adapter drivers: You can try installing the drivers in compatibility mode and check if this helps: