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I have a dell optiplex GX280. I keep getting these 2 Broadcom Secure Foundation icons popping up. Ones title is Broadcon Secure Foundation (TM) TPM Status Indication Applet It says An Security Platform Services sonnection failed. (0xe02831303) The next is Broadcom Security Platform Personal Secure Drive. It says The initalization of the PSD access failed - this may be because the TPM componet on your PC is disabled, uninstalled or is not functioning correctly. What does theis all mean and how can i fix it?
Add/Remove Programs froze up when I tried to remove it. Fortunately the original driver I downloaded from Dell had an uninstall option. I thought reinstalling it might help, but when I started that it asked if I wanted to repair, reinstall or remove. I opted for remove. That seems to have fixed it. I haven't had the error messages pop up since.
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
My LAN driver is flashing amber on my Dell optiplex gx280, windows 7 ultimate. The internet was working correctly before i tried to download and upgrade from the 32bit operating system to 64 bit operating system. The download went smoothly but there are no changes to the computer. And since then the LAN driver flashes amber and the internet doesn't seem to work.
Can anyone help me fix my LAN driver as a step by step guide please.
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