Question about HP Pavilion s7310n (EN996AA) PC Desktop
Open up device manager> double click on the unknown device> go to the details tab> in the drop down choose hardware id> google the alpha numeric code on the first row before the & symbol (ex- PCI\VEN_14E4)
That will give you the make of the ethernet adapter you have on the pc. Once you have it installed you can patch up the wireless as it works on the network adaptor base which generates the ip address.
Hit me again if this dosent do the trick.
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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