I have a hp model dv 6000 laptop. Recently when i connected internet from local sify services it showed error in connection. When i checked the device manager showed the network adaptor is having error code 10.
my wi-fi is working normal.
recently i had used the wi fi to update mcfee anivirus software but after updating instead of restarting the laptop i shut it down. therafter when i started the laptop again i found that the MY COMPUTER folder takes around 4-5 minutes to open up . are these problem anyway related.
anxiously awaiting ur solution.
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resetting or reformat of Windows is not recommended. You can connect the broadband using the Local Area Connection port or WIFI and configure the internet protocol settings. Just tell your Internet Serivce Provider for the settings. Hope this could help you.
Is heatsink connected to this problem? (sic) Most probably not, it is more than likely a simple Driver problem. Try to startup in SAFE MODE, press F8 at boot time. If this works you could run a "System Restore" back to a time before it went faulty. Or troubleshoot from safe desktop.
I have looked at and reviewed your problem with your HP laptop DV6700Z and have the fallowing for you to aces.
First, if you are trying to access the internet via wireless, wait until you have established and wired connection.
If the blue light comes on in the front panel, the wireless is working, if not, you have a problem with the wireless modem.
Run a wire from your laptop to your modem and enter your my network, choose setup a internet connection.
Try to make a internet connection. Once you have established a connection, you can setup your wireless connection.
Hope this has helped you.
When the internet connection goes down what does your network and sharing center say the status is? does it says access: local and internet? or does it say access: local only? do any other pcs have this problem on your network? if this is the only pc having this issue the best thing to do is contact Vista support while you are still under warranty so they can troubleshoot the issue further... more than likely simply need to update the drivers for the network connections... this is a known issue they have had in the past... its not your ISP if all other pcs are fine... its just one of the lovely side affects of Vista.. GOOD LUCK!!!
download utorrent.exe and install it on your machine. then do a google search for the following torrent (actual text to do a google search with):
xp 25,000 drivers + torrent
I am not sure if this is a legal file to download, but it will have all the xp drivers for all computers just about. Furthermore, the download is about 368 MB, so have a high speed internet connection to download it.