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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A bcm94306mp is a Dell B/G Wireless Internal card - and dell doesn't usally play well with compaq, you can download driver for it : http://www.opendrivers.com/driver/232571/broadcom-bcm94301mp-bcm94306mp-bcm94309mp-driver-3.140.16-windows-98se-me-2000-xp-free-download.html
- but, since there was a slot for the card to go in, there also should be connectors that attach (for internal antenna) which without would get very little or no signal. If the orginal card was bad, you should have gone for a USB or PCMIA wi-fi card.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
hey buddys i have also faced with the same problem, but the solution is hear,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,firsly install UAA serial bus driver , if it will install sucessfully u r able to install HD AUDIO CONTEXT HI DEFINATION AUDIO AND SOUND DRIVER.and u can also able to instal MODEM DRIVER. and one thing u can get all the driver from COMPAQ HP OFFICIAL WEBSITE.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2009
The main problem with installing Windows XP on an Acer 4310 notebook always comes back to the wireless lan. You will oftentimes see an error code 39, and be told that the driver is corrupt or missing. The problem with the wifi card seems to be specific to the broadcom 802.11b/g adapter. This same chipset would appear to be the basis for the 802.11g. Here lies the problem: you can't use a 802.11b or 802.11g driver. When you try to do so, you get the code 39 error.
With that in mind, I'm going to put up a brief but detailed tutorial that describes how to correct the problem and get your Acer notebook up and running. This is the method I followed when working on my wife's 4310, and it works every time. Keep in mind, however, that I am going to approach this from a fresh build perspective with a slicked hard drive, with the OS being Windows XP SP3. I would recommend that you slick your hard drive and do a fresh install to avoid in conflicts. Also note that in the relevant step I'm going to throw an idea out there for all of the dual-booters out there who have a Linux distro and need to run nds-wrapper or have no connectivity at all. I'm not sure if this works because I haven't tested it. So if it does work then that's great for everyone. Just make sure you put something in the appropriate forums for others.
Now! To get your Acer 4310 Aspire Notebook up and running with Windows XP SP3 installed do the following:
Second, those Linux folk who are having connectivity problems with this adapter should see if there is a similar multiband driver available. That should cure the problem--again, I'm not sure because I haven't done that. But it should.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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