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WLAN Driver For Compaq Presario CQ50-104AU

Broadcom Wireless LAN Driver
Version : 7.00 E
Update Date :2008-07-01
Operating System : Windows Vista

Notes:For HP Notebooks that support Cisco Compatible Extensions, if the Broadcom IHV Extensions are not required, add the command line argument “-noccx” to the setup.exe command line string. If HP System Software Manager (SSM) is used, and the Broadcom IHV Extensions are not required, add the command line argument “-noccx” to the SilentInstall command line in the CVA file.


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Atheros AR5007 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Driver
Update Date: 2008-06-20
Version: 2.00 B
Operating System : Windows Vista
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Fixes :

  • Fixes an issue that occurs on an AR5009 WLAN device where a black screen is displayed and the notebook stops responding (hangs) when WLAN transmission is at a high rate.

  • Fixes an intermittent issue where an ad-hoc network cannot be set up with the AR5009 wireless card.
  • Fixes an issue where the Microsoft Windows Wireless LAN 802.11 Extensibility Framework stops working in an ad-hoc operation with WPA2-AES security.
  • Fixes an issue where the Atheros WLAN driver hangs when “Enable Atheros connection settings” is selected.
  • Fixes an issue where the notebook cannot enter Standby mode and stops responding (hangs) when the battery power drops to the “low battery level.”
  • Fixes an issue where the notebook cannot enter Critical Hibernation mode.
  • Fixes an issue where the notebook cannot enter Standby or Hibernation mode and then restart when using a docking station.
  • Fixes an issue where a “blue screen 0xFE” error is displayed when the notebook is restarted while connected to a docking station.
  • Fixes an intermittent issue where the notebook disconnects from the access point when using 802.11n.

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  1. I’m using XP on a Presario CQ50.

    My computer recognized the wireless network card but it could not connect to the wireless network. I tried to change some of the network properties and restarted the computer.

    Now I can’t open the network properties at all. I click the menu icon and I get the clock cursor for a few seconds… then nothing. I tried both with or without the network card in the slot with the same result.

    Is there another way to change the network settings, or reset it to default?

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