Broadcom Bcm20702 Driver Windows 10

Broadcom Bcm20702 Driver Windows 10

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Hey Guys, ~Per a moderator's request, I have created a new thread. I had initially commented this post in another thread. ~ I did a bare metal install of Windows 10 on a Dell E7250 (touch). While docked at work, no issues at all. As soon I took the machine home, BSOD after BSOD. Synaptics Touchpad Driver Windows 10 Toshiba. At this point I'm trying to figure out what culprit is. So I ended up looking at the dump files, and it seems that 'bcmwl63a.sys' is the main culprit [Broadcom Wireless 802.11ac -ASA- Dell Wireless 1560 802.11ac].

I'm not all that familiar with deciphering BSOD dumps. I have tried several different driver scenarios. I have tried installing the latest Win 10 driver from DELL (version, which made no difference. Reverted back to an older driver (version 7.35. Copy Printer Driver From One Computer To Another Windows 10. 267.0), still had BSOD's. I also tried an SFC scan, and it did return errors that were supposedly unfixable.

Not sure if it is related at all. My fear is this is a definite driver issue that dell and Broadcom have to figure out. I'm in the process of testing out another machine (same model) just in case. But I thought just to post my findings thinking maybe someone can suggest something that I haven't tried, or make an observation that I wasn't able to see. Attached will be the minidump logs collected by dm log collector. I will also upload my cbs.log from the sfc scan, to see if that helps: dm collected logs >>>CBS.log >>>Some other info that may be helpful: • E7250 was setup with UEFI Secure Boot configuration • BSOD only happens when using wireless • Never had these issues on WIN 8.1 (with the same machine).

Please make a backup of your important files and get your rescue media. Please create a restore point. Please follow run driver verifier.