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Windows 7 LEAP support with Broadcom wireless

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I have a Broadcom wireless driver in a HP laptop that doesn't have the option to use Cisco LEAP.

Can anyone advise how I get the module to make it work with LEAP?

I am running Windows 7 x64

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Hi Craig,

That looks like the answer. Let me have a try and see how I get on

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Thanks for finding that for me. For some reason google failed me on this one!

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