Re: DRIVER NEEDED: Broadcom BCM4306 (Windows XP Professional) [PCI / ISA]
Broadcom does not manufacturer PCI Network cards, they make network chipsets and sell them to people who do make network cards or to motherboard/desktop/laptop manufacturers.
Did this device come pre-installed in your computer at the time of purchase or was it purchased separately then added to the pc?
Is it an OEM or retail product?
How does it connect to the computer, ie: Interface? The most usual choices are:
1: integrated on the motherboard, or
2: a pci card that plugs into a pci slot, and
3: a mini-card designed for laptops.
What is the computer/motherboard brand and model?
Did it come from the factory with Windows XP installed?
Folks, you should always include your pc brand and model (for OEM mb's.) and/or the motherboard brand and model (if it's a retail mb.) with your requests.
Or better yet, just visit the device or computer manufacturers website to see if this driver is available.
Or use our [url="members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=search&sm=e&qtxs=ndz&from_ums=1"]Advanced Driver Search Wizard[/url] to see if this driver is posted in our driver database.
Or click on the hyperlinks found at the bottom of your thread to see if they find your driver.
Then last, scroll down to the bottom of any forums.driverguide.com page and read the Beginners Guide.