"Broadcom NetXtreme 57xx Gigabit Controller" is broad family of NICs. The fact that it is listed among the drivers in the WinPE image is a good thing of course. But look in the inf file and you will see dozen and dozens of different flavours of it, each with its own distinct PnP ID. And new ones come along all the time...
I've had the same experience recently with a Dell T3400, which also uses this "same" network adapter. But I needed to update the driver (inf and sys file) because evidently, the PnP id for my NIC wasn't known to the driver that I had in the WinPE image.
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I've had the same problem and replace the old broadcom with the network driver for the E-series (E4300, E5400, E5500, E6400).
You need a b57win32.inf with the device id: DEV_1674.
We use this version:
DriverVer = 06/05/2007,10.39.0.0
OK it seems to now work ... but only for the network.
I try to inject SATA AHCI drivers too, in order to be able to boot winpe without changing sata mode in BIOS.
So i add the "Intel Matrix Storage Manager - Notebooks Driver" but it doesn't work ...
If i press F6 it tells me that no driver has been found and that Intele 82801HEM SATA RAID Controller (Mobile ICH8M-E)
Any good idea like with the network driver
We just got in ten Dell Latitude E5400's, and the Bart CD bluescreens within fifteen seconds of trying to boot off of it, before it even gets to the Networking prompt.
Any ideas on how to get past this would be greatly appreciated.