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  1.    07 Aug 2015 #11
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 5
    windows 7 home premium 64-bit

    Quote Originally Posted by js1662 View Post
    I also can install Windows 10 after removing the wifi card DHXB-81 (with Broadcom chip). However if I put back the wifi card afterwards, it can detect Bluetooth but wifi is not working. If I tried to update the driver for the wifi card, it said it can detect and find the driver but cannot install the driver and shown an error code 31. When I restart the notebook, it will hang at the windows logo and can't boot up. I have to remove the wifi card again to make it work again. Does your wifi card work normally after you put it back in?
    yes my WiFi and Bluetooth both worked after reinstalling the wifi card so tbh im not 100% sure i didnt even have to update my driver for mine to work mine just worked after i put the card back in sorry i couldnt help with your problem.
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  2.    07 Aug 2015 #12
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 18
    windows 10 Home 64bit

    For now, I have to use an USB wifi adaptor. Luckily I have a TL-WN725N sitting around. I also ordered a Atheros AR5B225 wifi card and waiting for it to arrive. Hope it works on my RC-510. I will post the result when it arrives, ETA early Sept.

    I would like to share my experience on Windows 10 installation on my RC-510 after removing the Broadcom wifi card from RC-510. I am using an ISO DVD for the installation. The first time, I chose to keep the files only as I was thinking of getting rid of all the Samsung stuffs. The result is I got a non-working LAN. I had to download the latest driver from Realtek from another computer and used that to update the LAN driver. It works. I then found that there are 3 unknown devices on the device manager. I couldn't figure out what they are so I can't search for the latest driver. Update Driver Software within device manager won't fix it. Finally, I reverted the notebook back to Win7 and reinstalled windows 10 again. This time, I chose the default and keep everything including the apps and files. I disconnected the LAN during installation. After finished the installation, all drivers are there except the graphics adaptor. I reconnected the LAN and did an update driver software from device manager. So now, I have a working RC-510 with Windows 10 and all the apps and files same as before except that I don't have Bluetooth and for wifi I have to use an USB wifi adaptor.

    BTW, to remove the wifi card inside the RC-510, you have to remove the whole bottom cabinet/cover. There are a number of videos available on the Internet that show you how to do that.
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  3.    10 Aug 2015 #13
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 2
    Windows 10

    I've finally found a solution!
    Specs:
    Samsung RV 411
    Core i5 M480 | 4GB DDR3
    Windows 7 HP x64
    I think it will work for all the Samsung laptops. Worked on both mine and from my brother (S3511).

    I will show exactly what I did.

    • Clean C:\Windows\Download and delete C:\$Windows.~BT folder.
    • Mount a bootable USB using Media Creation Tool.
    • Restart PC, go to BIOS setup
    • Enable the UEFI boot and delete Mass Storage from boot priority
    • Save and exit, then start Windows normally.
    • -
    • Turn off internet connections (Ethernet, WiFi, etc.)
    • Open setup.exe from bootable USB and just follow the installer.
    • Everything now should run without problems
    • I had a problem at the 3rd step (3rd reboot, after drivers installation). Again, spinning icon didn't appears. Just reboot manually and it should continue the process from the same point.

    Apparently the UEFI boot was the problem. It should be Enabled, but on my laptop it was disabled by default.
    Sorry for my bad english.
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  4.    20 Aug 2015 #14
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 18
    windows 10 Home 64bit

    Quote Originally Posted by js1662 View Post
    For now, I have to use an USB wifi adaptor. Luckily I have a TL-WN725N sitting around. I also ordered a Atheros AR5B225 wifi card and waiting for it to arrive. Hope it works on my RC510. I will post the result when it arrives, ETA early Sept.
    I received the Atheros AR5B225 today. Luckily, unlike some other laptop supplier, Samsung didn't put a whitelist on the bios. The Atheros works ok on my RC510. After putting it in my laptop, Windows detected it and installed the driver automatically for both wifi and Bluetooth. So I have a completely working RC510 now.
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  5.    30 Aug 2015 #15
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 3
    Windows 7
    Thread Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by js1662 View Post
    For now, I have to use an USB wifi adaptor. Luckily I have a TL-WN725N sitting around. I also ordered a Atheros AR5B225 wifi card and waiting for it to arrive. Hope it works on my RC-510. I will post the result when it arrives, ETA early Sept.

    I would like to share my experience on Windows 10 installation on my RC-510 after removing the Broadcom wifi card from RC-510. I am using an ISO DVD for the installation. The first time, I chose to keep the files only as I was thinking of getting rid of all the Samsung stuffs. The result is I got a non-working LAN. I had to download the latest driver from Realtek from another computer and used that to update the LAN driver. It works. I then found that there are 3 unknown devices on the device manager. I couldn't figure out what they are so I can't search for the latest driver. Update Driver Software within device manager won't fix it. Finally, I reverted the notebook back to Win7 and reinstalled windows 10 again. This time, I chose the default and keep everything including the apps and files. I disconnected the LAN during installation. After finished the installation, all drivers are there except the graphics adaptor. I reconnected the LAN and did an update driver software from device manager. So now, I have a working RC-510 with Windows 10 and all the apps and files same as before except that I don't have Bluetooth and for wifi I have to use an USB wifi adaptor.

    BTW, to remove the wifi card inside the RC-510, you have to remove the whole bottom cabinet/cover. There are a number of videos available on the Internet that show you how to do that.
    Work for me to.
    I have Windows 10 on my SM RC510
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  6.    07 Dec 2015 #16
    Join Date : Dec 2015
    Posts : 2
    window 10 now

    Wifi adapter is working..... :-)


    Quote Originally Posted by js1662 View Post
    I also can install Windows 10 after removing the wifi card DHXB-81 (with Broadcom chip). However if I put back the wifi card afterwards, it can detect Bluetooth but wifi is not working. If I tried to update the driver for the wifi card, it said it can detect and find the driver but cannot install the driver and shown an error code 31. When I restart the notebook, it will hang at the windows logo and can't boot up. I have to remove the wifi card again to make it work again. Does your wifi card work normally after you put it back in?
    I have Samsung RC510 Laptop with inbuilt window 7 Home Premium.
    I tell you what I did and It is working.
    1. I went into Manage then uninstall the broadcom driver and then removed it physically.
    2. Then install window 10.
    3. After 2 days I put the adapter back in.

    Then it is working now window 10 auto detect the device I didn't install any wifi driver
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  7.    07 Dec 2015 #17
    Join Date : Dec 2015
    Posts : 2
    window 10 now

    Quote Originally Posted by js1662 View Post
    I received the Atheros AR5B225 today. Luckily, unlike some other laptop supplier, Samsung didn't put a whitelist on the bios. The Atheros works ok on my RC510. After putting it in my laptop, Windows detected it and installed the driver automatically for both wifi and Bluetooth. So I have a completely working RC510 now.
    Quote Originally Posted by shimon360 View Post
    Work for me to.
    I have Windows 10 on my SM RC510
    Quote Originally Posted by js1662 View Post
    For now, I have to use an USB wifi adaptor. Luckily I have a TL-WN725N sitting around. I also ordered a Atheros AR5B225 wifi card and waiting for it to arrive. Hope it works on my RC-510. I will post the result when it arrives, ETA early Sept.

    I would like to share my experience on Windows 10 installation on my RC-510 after removing the Broadcom wifi card from RC-510. I am using an ISO DVD for the installation. The first time, I chose to keep the files only as I was thinking of getting rid of all the Samsung stuffs. The result is I got a non-working LAN. I had to download the latest driver from Realtek from another computer and used that to update the LAN driver. It works. I then found that there are 3 unknown devices on the device manager. I couldn't figure out what they are so I can't search for the latest driver. Update Driver Software within device manager won't fix it. Finally, I reverted the notebook back to Win7 and reinstalled windows 10 again. This time, I chose the default and keep everything including the apps and files. I disconnected the LAN during installation. After finished the installation, all drivers are there except the graphics adaptor. I reconnected the LAN and did an update driver software from device manager. So now, I have a working RC-510 with Windows 10 and all the apps and files same as before except that I don't have Bluetooth and for wifi I have to use an USB wifi adaptor.

    BTW, to remove the wifi card inside the RC-510, you have to remove the whole bottom cabinet/cover. There are a number of videos available on the Internet that show you how to do that.


    Read my last post my broadcom wifi adapter is working fine in window 10
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  8.    04 Mar 2016 #18
    Join Date : Mar 2016
    Posts : 1
    windows
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