Question about HP Pavilion dv2000t 14.1" Notebook Laptop PC (Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 1.66 GHz, 1GB RAM, 100GB HDD, D... PC Notebook
I have an HP Pavilion dv2000 that used to work perfectly, especially with the wireless internet, by a switch in the front of the machine.
I woke up one day and I tried to hop online, but all that was available was Bluetooth and WLAN was no longer an option. Anytime i tried to search for networks to hop on, there were none available, when there were always networks available before. I checked the drivers, uninstalled and reinstalled them, went into the BIOS to enable the Internal Network Adapter, but nothing is working. Plus, i am not covered by the Extended Service Plan offered by HP for Laptop repairs.
I think i may be missing something very minor here, but i am at a loss for what to do. could you please help me?
There is a service called Wireless Zero Configuration.
Restart this service.....
To start Wireless Zero Configuration in Windows Vista you need to log in as an Administrator.
Windows XP users must have Service Pack 2 installed to activate the Wireless Zero Configuration. (How do I check that?)
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Posted on Dec 04, 2008
I was ahving the same problem with my HP Pavilion ze2000 and it solved the probelm. !! Thanks A LOT
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Nspimt here again,
After messing with this WLAN issue on my free HP dv2410us and reading many sites, the easiest way to connect to any net is simply use USB Wireless device. The Laptop should not have any problem identifying it and it works well. I suggest using the extension cord that comes with most USB adapters. You can move it around to get better signal strength. I also find that by disabling the WLAN, restart, then shut down for about 5 or 10 miuntes, then start and PRAY it loads the Broadband/WLAN Driver. If it loads and works, enjoy and leave it running more than shutting it down. If you hve OCD like I do, lol, it will bother you that it doesn't work but just plug the USB-G in and you will be okay.
My brother spent some bucks on this Laptop from HP and right after the Warranty was done the Motherboard went bad. HP has identified this problem but really does not do a good job of standing behind the product. With todays economic condition, I'd think $ about that. Money talks and Bulls*** walks.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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