I have a Latitude 5420 and problems with Broadcom Netxtreme Gigabit from the beginning (code 10 - malfunction). I tried everything, but only changing in BIOS at Integrated NIC from enabled to "enabled w/pxe" worked.
Blessings on your home!!! After 2 days of trying to reinstall drivers, it was the Dell directory that had the correct driver. Thanks for sharing your solution 🙂
Hi, "You are a saver man, my personal Jesus Christ!" I think the recent BIOS upgrade to A03 caused the illness but you've found the cure. Thanks!
Worked for me. Great track. Thanks.
Latitude E5520 on which I just setup Windows 7 x64 RTM.
Code 10 disappeared soon after reboot and NIC showed up in the network center.
Awesome tip! Have you ran into the problem of Bios A05 and Bios A07 will not allow the monitor display thru a dock? You have to keep it on Bios A03 or it does not work.
i have a dell latitude 5510 with win 7 64 bit installed.
i am still an novice in computers so i did not get the part about the bios. how exactly do i get to change from enabled to enabled w/pxe,
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To enter the BIOS settings for my Latitude E5520 and set the PXE parameter, here is the way :
(Re)boot your PC. When The Dell logo appears and propose F2 to enter BIOS settings, do so (Warning: the time window to do it is quite short, you have to wait for the logo and soon depress F2).
note that it could be slightly different for your E5510, check your notice.
When in the BIOS, read the instructions. For my E5520, the setting is: System Configuration / Integrated NIC / Enabled w/PXE
Save and exit regarding the displayed directives.
You're through! Your PC will boot with the new settings.
Hope this helps.
Thank you so much. I was having the same problem and did what you said and it worked great.
Have a great day.