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The power to the wireless network and
bluetooth devices is controlled by a switch or button on most computers.
It is possible to accidentally bump the button and turn off the
most computers, there is an LED light that glows blue when the wireless
device is turned on and enabled, and glows orange when off or disabled.
Some newer models use different a different color scheme.
To turn on and enable the wireless device, do the following:
turn on the wireless device, simply move the switch to the on position.
On some computers, the switch is actually a touch point on the panel
above the keyboard.
To enable the wireless device, right-click the HP Wireless Assistant (disabled) icon
and select Open Wireless Assistant
. Click Turn On
. The HP Wireless Assistant (enabled) icon
Once installed, open the HP Wireless Assistant and click Properties button. Check the box next to "Independent controls for installed wireless devices." Then click "Turn All On" button. On next boot it will be enabled!
You could re-install the bluetooth driver..
Contact HP for the driver..
Or in the HP wireless Assitant.
You need to click on properties then you need to check all the options available and click on apply..
Then you will see the buttons to turn on/offf the bluetooth and the wireless in HP wireless Assistant main menu..
The wireless driver install package will be available in C:\SWSETUP But if your notebook came without a preinstalled OS, you'll have to visit HP site to get the drivers for your notebook PC. Alternatively, try the HP Wireless Assistant to check if it is turned on.
Hello, to restart your HP Assistant you must first sure that you have install it in your system then go to control panel then open HP Wireless Assistant then check the properties then modify it. Then press the button with an antenna with a wave at the top to enable your wireless connection. Make sure that you enable your wireless connection for you to have HP Wireless Assistant.
You can turn the wireless on from the control panel. In control panel you will find HP wireless assistant with which you can turn on the wireless.However, the issue could be with the wireless driver or quick launch buttons.I will provide you the drivers for the notebook zv6000. Download and install them on the notebook.
HP Quick Launch Buttons
If you have vista click the start button and in the start search type "hp wireless assistant". It should show up in your list while you type it. Click on it. Once the assistant box shows up, click on "properties". A "settings" box should show up. The main one you need here is "independant controls for installed wireless device". Check that box. The other ones are icons and indicators that you can check at your discretion. If in doubt, check them all. Hit the "apply" button. Then in the upper right hand side of the box hit the button that says "turn on". This should activate the device and if you have a light up indicator on your computer, it should change color or light up. That should do it. Kind of weird how it gets to that point.