Broadcom driver issue

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    Dear Guys windows 8 and 7 works fine with wifi but when i install 8.1 it starts issues with LIMITED to connectivity. tried many drives none works :( i also tried HP.com drivers support even drivermax none works.... some one please help me....
     
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    Can you take a look at the results of ipconfig and attach them in a text file to your next post
    Open a command prompt and type
    ipconfig /all > %userprofile%\desktop\ipconfig.txt
    hit enter
    this should place a text file on your desktop called ipconfig.txt
    attach it to your next post.
     
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    Thanks for the quick responce.... it may have vmware drivers but i always use it and its always fine... just this thing happened when i updated to windows 8.1 :( and one other thing i have to off the wifi when turned on it works again for some time and then stops to limited :(
     

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    Looks good.
    Can you please
    Hold the Windows Logo key and strike the "R" key and type
    ncpa.cpl
    Temporarily disable all adapters by right clicking them and choosing disable from the context menu
    Then just enable only your wireless adapter by reversing the process. Right click it and choose enable from the context menu.
     
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    Now
    Hold the Windows Logo Key and strike the "C" key
    Click the "Settings" icon
    Then the PC Settings link at the bottom
    In the left column click the "Network" link
    In the right pane click your network "Network Connected" icon
    Under the title "Find devices and content" move the slider to the right to "On"
    Report back as to what if anything that may have done or not done.
     
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