I suggest you contact HP technical support. This topic has been archived. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. Message 6 of 9. Is there ANY way to get past this error message? Now if the video accelerator is a USB device, you got me because you can install any type of USB wireless adapter in a HP notebook and it will work with no problems.
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Broadcom Crystal HD
Message 8 of 9. You can use this website and change the country and input the part number: It is supported by HP as there are drivers for the card on the HP drivers page.
Thanks for the reply. It’s twice the size of the slot it’s supposed to fit into. Meanwhile, any comments anyone? This topic has enhajced archived. I don’t know anything about the device you are trying to install, or what a video accelerator even is.
The BIOS error you are receiving specifically pertains to an unsupported wireless card. Note on archived topics.
Broadcom Crystal HD Decoder in HP – HP Support Community –
Can’t even get into the BIOS. Or if you are installing it in a mini PCI slot meant for a wireless card–same-same. Message 7 of 9.
Broadcom Crystal HD – Wikipedia
The card I’m trying to use isn’t a wifi card, it’s a video accelerator. They are the only two that will work. Is there ANY way to get past this error message?
If you install an unsupported wireless card, that is the error you get. Maybe you can do a search on the internet by the part number you need, and see if you can get it cheaper elsewhere than from HP.
If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. Message 5 of 9. I suggest you contact HP technical support. See Chapter 3, page 22 for the video accelerator cards you can get for your notebook with corresponding HP part numbers. Message 9 of 9. The enhancsd for the Crystal HD are on this web site for the so it broaxcom be possible! All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Didn’t find what you were looking for?
I have not found any documentation where it states that one must use a specific wireless device with the HP part numbers on them, but I do know that the only way a wireless device can be tested and certified by HP as having met the regulatory standards is one they have slapped a HP part number on. Message 4 of 9. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. OK, I did some research on the subject so now I know what a video accelerator card is.
I also see it does go into the WWAN mini-pcie slot, so that is definitely why you broadco, getting that error. Here is the link to your service manual: Message 3 of 9.