Hi all, I recently replaced the WLAN card in my X1 Carbon with a Broadcom BCM94352Z. Specifically the Dell DW1560 pictured. Upon installation there were no issues with the BIOS, the laptop booted without a whitelist error. When Windows 10 started the device was detected and a driver was downloaded via my ethernet connection. With this driver, and appx. 15 others that I have tried (not an exaggeration, really) it says the Wi-Fi is on but no wireless networks are found. I have attempted the obvious: Checked the Airplane mode button, Made sure the wifi switch was on in the network menu.
Etc Driver Info: Provider: Broadcom Driver Date: 7/30/2015 (really recent!) Driver Version: 7.35.295.0 So with my background, reading this post I first three thoughts go like this. The hardware is defective.
The hardware is incompatible with the X1 Carbon. Probably a hardware switch. So here is the plot twist - I have a triple boot setup. I am experiencing the same exact behavior in Linux (bad card right?) but of all the operating systems it works in OSX!
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-- This card is meant for the XPS 13 9343 laptop, not a Mac. That fact alone is why I am posting in the drivers section over the network one. Canoscan Lide 110 Driver For Windows 10 64 Bit. I think it has to do more with the driver and initialization than windows networking services. Any ideas or thoughts on how to debug this?
Please scroll down to find a latest utilities and drivers for your Broadcom BCM 4352HMB 802.11ac 2x2 Wi-Fi Adapter driver. Filename: sp66414.exe Version: 006.223.215.005 Date: 2014-02-07 Filesize: 36.22M Operating system: Windows XP,Vista, Windows 7, Windows 10. I've tried all founded drivers for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 with same result. I've made clean Windows 10 installation and got all the same. I've installed ASUS PCE-AC68 (BCM4360) and did all previous steps (excl 4), but it also still running at max 144 mbps.