After formating and reinstalling my gigabyte w468n laptop i cannot install the drivers for the wireless device. according to the support of the maker, the driver is " nb_driver_w468n_xp_wlan_v184.108.40.206" looking into this driver, it seams that the make of the wifi device is intel. using the intel "Intel® Wireless LAN Identification Utility" there is no intel wireless device installed. how can i identify my wireless device so i could download the correct driver?
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Hi! Try to use the function key: FN+F11 to enable the wireless adapter. Check device manager if driver is properly installed.If yes, try to update the driver:right click on the realtek wireless LAN in device manager and then choose properties and then click update, choose automatically look for update from internet.If this doesnt work try to uninstall and reinstall the driver (make sure you restart the system after reinstalling the driver). If you have AVG as your anti virus sw try to disable it or uninstall it and then check if it will work.hope this will help...
Uninstall any wireless drivers for have incorrectly install in device manager. Reinstall the Chipset driver over whatever is installed and then reboot. Extract the 174291 driver into a folder and manually install the wireless and it should work
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after reinstallation of windows no drivers for blutooth , wireless quite often modem and same vga,
windows by default does not install because need specific software ...(drivers)
what you need to do is first of all find out what wifi it is ; like wlan400 e.g.
you then need to download and install the driver for it .as soon as the driver is present windows will detect and install device,
look in device manager for devices with no drivers intalled.
same precedure for each device.
if drivers installed device is looking for wifi manager which is the software package for wifi.
you can goto control panel open administrative tools select sevices and scroll to wireless zero config and press start.
this will then use windows settings.done
You need to reinstall the wireless driver for your model laptop which you can find at the hp/compaq website. Just click on the link for support and provide information on the model of your laptop and you will be redirected to the proper web page that contains all the drivers for your particular laptop. I did this when my internal wifi did not respond when I pressed the wifi button. After installing the driver everything worked great.