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You can download the modem and device drivers from the Compaq/HP WEBsupport/download page. Make sure you select your model laptop and the Windowsdrivers you require and install them. Click on this link to download thedrivers: - www.compaq.com/country/cpq_support.html
you first need to by a wireless router and connect it to your motem, then unplug the motem for 10 sec, plug it back in nd let it speak to your router when it all lights up its done and you can install the software
make sure you down loaded the router into your computer right cause i had the same problem, i had to plug in my router to the motem then pull the power plug out of my motem for 10 sec plug it back in and the motem will talk to the router then install your software again this should work
First you will need a router which will enable you to create a wireless network for your internet connection. I recommend, if you're purchasing online, to use Tigerdirect. Then you would need a USB wireless adapter for your laptop which will enable it to communicate with the wireless router and establish an internet connection. Below are some links for the most affordable and best rated products you need. USB wireless adapter. Wireless router
Wireless connectivity is the same everywhere in the world. The biggest problem you are likely to run into in Mexico is finding a wireless signal to connect to. The better hotels should have internet connections, but Mexico is not "wired" like the USA is.
Your laptop should be able to connect to any unsecured wireless signal anywhere. I suggest you try taking it with you next time you go downtown in your area, and experiment with finding wireless signals. College campuses are a great place to find wireless, as well as having lots of students who are used to connecting to wireless all over town, who might be willing to help you connect.
The icon you need to use to find a wireless signal can be found in the little bar next to your digital clock, in the lower right corner of your screen.
you can't partially wipe your system
do you want to format
open control panel network connections see if network shows then right click then enable if you don't see enable then click repair
check devices see if your wireless still shows maybe needs updated
let me know if you are connected you may need to reinstall driver
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