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Acer Aspire 7750 Broadcom WLAN Driver
Verified Purchase Way Better than the Intel Cards This has been the only aftermarket card I have had that worked properly and consistently in my Acer Aspire g laptop. I had tried a couple of different Intel-branded cards, as they were the most commonly recommended and highly regarded cards.
Read more This has been the only aftermarket card I have had that worked properly and consistently in my Acer Aspire g laptop. No matter what, I seemed to have issues with them. They are now sitting in a case collecting dust.
I took a chance on this card, thinking it sounded kind of like a fly-by-night outfit that was probably junk. But I trusted the reviews and am glad I did.
This card has been rock solid in my laptop for several months now. I have had ZERO issues with the wifi connection on it, and I actually have a bluetooth connection now that I didn't have before bonus! I do not have an Speeds have been as expected and the connections have been very solid.
If you're like me and are fed up with the Intel cards that don't seem to work for you, I'd recommend trying this one--I'm glad I did! Great speeds, fast connectivity. Works perfect for my needs!
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This card was a replacement for a previously purchased Intel HMW, which I thought would work just fine but after a few days of headache, I ended up Acer Aspire 7750 Broadcom WLAN to send it back. Read more This card was a replacement for a previously purchased Intel HMW, which I thought would work just fine but after a few days of headache, I ended up having to send it back.
At first, I was fearful that the modified BIOS was to blame Acer Aspire 7750 Broadcom WLAN on that belowbut then I tried the HMW in another laptop and experienced pretty much the same troubles.
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That card was sent back, and in the mean time, I started to read up on alternates. The AzureWave card came up in my searches for Broadcom based chipset cards since I've used products with their chipsets in the past and have never experienced any noteworthy issues with them. I'm able to connect up to my AC network and able to see my network all over my house and Acer Aspire 7750 Broadcom WLAN connect quickly to it no matter where I am.
Meanwhile, on the bluetooth side of things, I paired all of my devices to this card and they all paired quickly the first time, and stayed connected even after rebooting, waking up from sleep, and going out of range. Acer Aspire 7750 Broadcom WLAN
I'm told this was simply because I was using Windows 7, and that I would never be able to pair a bluetooth 4. Well, with the AzureWave card, I'm certainly able to pair the Bluetooth 4. It's stable, has no lag, and is connected almost instantly upon bootup.
My bluetooth mouse and headset also work great, with decent range. I won't lie, I did have one minor issue when I initially plugged the card in.
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Only the wireless part of the card showed up. This was expected, however, but Acer Aspire 7750 Broadcom WLAN not entirely certain what the cause is. According to my research, it's either due to the removal of the whitelisted BIOS, or because a couple of spare pins on the socket are wired in such a way to disallow use of any non-whitelisted cards even without the whitelisted BIOS in place.
In my case, I had to tape up pins 5 and 51 in order to get this card recognised in my laptop. I used somewhat thick packing tape cut to just the right size in order to achieve this.
I tried to use electrical tape, but it kept getting pushed out of the way. I thought about simply cutting the traces, but decided not to just in case I had to send this card back, but that option is available to you, if you have the right tools.
For those wondering, my laptop is a Lenovo Y Whitelisted BIOS mod is definitely needed in order to get this card running, and don't forget to tape down pins 5 and Verified Purchase Works great. Way faster than competing Intel Works great! Way better than the Intel AC card I had before.