I agree. Need more info. Is there a driver loaded for your wi-fi? Is it on??? There is usually a switch for your wireless in the form of a pushbutton or slide switch somewhere on the unit. Make sure it is powered on first.
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If your particular model of HP has the bluetooth installed from the factory, turning on the wireless switch on the front left edge of the laptop enables the bluetooth, as well as the wireless LAN. A bluetooth icon should appear in your taskbar, near the clock, when bluetooth is turned on. Most of the cheaper versions of the DV6000 series do not come with the bluetooth module installed. The module can be ordered from HP Parts and installed by the end user, if they have a little computer know how. You would then download and install the bluetooth software pack that is available on HP's support website.
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