Was working fine,now wont connect wireless or through wired although this pc is fine with same connections.ran tests and there are no problems with wireless signal just keeps saying cannot connect.. its a hp pavillion dv 9000 running vista.
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Have you tried restarting your broadband modem/router? As although your laptop is connecting to your broadband modem/router perhaps your modem/router is not connecting to the outside world. Once you have restarted your router, if you are still having problems, login to your router and check it's connection status. If it says anything other than "connected"/"ok"/"healthy", something along those lines, I would contact your ISP and check the status of your line. At this stage, if they confirm your line is working I would check the laptop for viruses/malware.
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Please open control panel >> network and sharing center >> if you see wireless network connection >> please disconnect it and >> connect the lan cable or wired cable to the laptop and start browsing.
Yes you can connect your laptop to this modem through a wire and still keep the wireless.I am not sure what you are looking to do.All you have to do is connect to the modem wireless after you unplug the Ethernet cable.
Same problem. RESOLVED it by going to device manager (hold the Windows Logo key near the space bar and hit PAUSE) Click hardware tab, and then device manager. click the plus next to network adapters to expand it, then right click the atheros wireless connection and go to properties. Click advanced, then find the power save mode. click it, then chose turn off on the right.
did this and my wireless is working normal again. hope this helps.
Well, unfortunately, the only people who can help you with this are either your network providers (most likely) or your router manufacturer, as the system settings are specific to the network and/or router ..