- Sep 18, 2015
- GIGABYTE Z370XP SLI
- GTX 1080
- Mobile Phone
Your card is not broken. I had the exact same problem. If you are using a mini pci-e card to desktop pcie-e adapter, there are two pins that handle disabling either Bluetooth or wifi. The adapter does not properly handle these pins and shorts the mobo. This can be fixed by taping 2 pins. Attached to this post is a picture with arrows pointing to the two pins you must tape. Sorry I didn't see this earlier, hope you haven't bought another card yet.Toleda and/or RehabMan, have either of you come across a problem where a BCM94352HMB prevents an Asus motherboard from booting? My computer works fine without the card in, but the CPU_LED stays solid red when the card is in. It triggered Asus anti-surge on my friend's skylake board, leading me to believe that there is some power issue with the card.
I don't want to get too off topic here, I was just figured with how many different people you have both helped that you may have encountered a similar issue that my google-fu has missed. I am thinking of buying a new BCM94352HMB but I don't want to pull the trigger if its possible that its just a compatibility problem. Asus doesn't whitelist cards on their desktop boards do they?
Thanks to both of you for all the help you've provided over the years!
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