Microsoft MN-720 Driver Download

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Supported Models

MN-730 Driver

MN-720 Driver

PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_4325 Driver



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 7, Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 2008, Windows 2008 (64 bit), Windows Vista, Windows Vista (64 bit), Other

File Name

Versions (23-Sep-2011)

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Uploader Notes

This is a driver that should work for the MN-730 and MN-720 microsoft wifi 802.11 b/g cards that are not supported in Vista, Windows 7, Server 2008 and Server 2008 r2. Works for both 64 bit and 32 bit systems.

What I did was insert the hardware id for these microsoft cards into an older version of the broadcom drivers, and at least for me it works perfect. I noticed a lot were looking for this driver, and I found some instructions to use the vista drivers from the broadcom site. Didn't work for me so I made these instead!

Just open device manger, right click your wifi card and choose update driver. Then just point it to the folder where you saved this and it should install, click install anyway if you get msg about can't verify vender, yada yada yada.

This should work with mn-7

Uploaded By

Josh Davidson (DG Member) on 26-Sep-2011

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