LAN wireless Laptop keeps disabling?

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ureverydaygoddess
Re: LAN wireless Laptop keeps disabling?

YOU KNOW WHAT....I've looked into it.. There is two things I found

On Mircrosoft ISATAP Adapter - there is a (!) and I went to Properties... it says CODE 31. Then I went to Broadcom802 and it has the same (!), went to Properties...it says CODE 10

Can this be the problem? what to do?

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hubby
Re: LAN wireless Laptop keeps disabling?

Check through THIS POST at microsoft about what CODE 10 means.. are you sure that driver you installed is for your specific hardware?
How old is this laptop? are you entitled to NO support from the manufacture? how about the manufacture's support forums?

ureverydaygoddess
Re: LAN wireless Laptop keeps disabling?

FOUND OUT...in case some wondered...that I took my laptop in to get repaired and it turns out that the mother board got fried! so i had to get another laptop. lol

 

 

but thanks everyone for your help on solving the case

MeowMix
Re: LAN wireless Laptop keeps disabling?

I've had the exact same issue with my HP dv9700t CTO lappy. What you can try to do (this worked for me) is hardwire your laptop directly to your modem/router and download the latest driver for you wireless NIC and then uninstall the HP wireless assistant. Your PC will run fine, if not better with this uninstalled. Restart your computer. Install that driver.

No luck? There is actually a known issue with the HP Pavilion dv2000/dv6000/dv9000 and Compaq Presario V3000/V6000 series notebook PCs regarding the wireless adapter not being detected. You can go here to see if your model is in the list of lappy's covered under their limited warranty service.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c01087277&dlc=en.

You'll be searching for your lappy by your serial number and product number. You can find this under your laptop OR you can just be lazy and go here. http://h50203.www5.hp.com/HPISWeb/customer/SelfHelp.aspx?region=NA&country=US&Acheck=normal.
This will scan your PC and tell you what your serial # and P/N is if you have any doubts.

You can blame nVidia for making another crappy gpu which overheated your motherboard and killed your wireless.

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