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It was working fine but after i turnd it on after hibernation d wireless led not glowing and no devices can b conncted.d wlan icon shows a red cross.wireless console also nt wrking.devce manger nt showng nethng abt bluetooth
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
(Originally from BEBEJAZ)
Here's a quick fix for a HP DV6000 that can't connect to the
internet, no network adapter detected in device manager problem:
not long ago, i also experienced this problem
my "HP Pavilion DV6308NR" with Vista OS is not connecting to the
and the network adapter is not found under device manager.
Even the HP Wireless Assistant is not working.
I turned it on but my laptop still says it's disabled.
after a month of turn off, wait for 5 minutes and plug again routine.
I decided to look into the system configuration and here's what I
1. Restart PC
2. Enter "Setup" by pressing <F10> as soon as you see the HP logo
on you screen
3. Go to "System Configuration" by pressing the left button twice
4. Go to "Boot options" by pressing down button 4 times
5. Press Enter
6. Go to "Internal Network Adapter Boot" by pressing the the down
button 3 times, then check if its DISABLED (of which in my case
7. Then press <F5 or F6> to ENABLE it.
8. Lastly, Press <F10> to Save and Exit, then Select YES.
9. After that, PC will continue its boot process and make sure
you're Wireless Assistant is switched on.
And Viola! I can connect to the internet again!
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
boot to the BIOS (by turning your computer on the start tapping on F2) after that, on the left pane, look for wireless, (you can only navigate using the arrow keys. highlight wireless then hit Enter, after that highlight bluetooth check if its ENABLED, if it IS ENABLED, go to control Panel open the bluetooth icon, make sure that the device you are trying to hook up to the computer is on Discovery mode or the bluetooth wireless is activated, try searching for it (the device) see if it connects this time. Hit me back on the results.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Try restoring your computer to earlier time using System Restore,
on Explorer click Help menu - Help and Support Center and select Undo changes to your computer using System Restore.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
This is a flaw with Nforce chipset and Broadcom wireless cards. But getting HP to admit to it is another story. Every F700 used on a daily basis will have their wireless fail. Here are the solutions to try and resolve this...
1. Buy and install new wireless card ( has worked for me numerous times. Cheapest solution, $25 BUT may not work)
2. Buy a USB wireless adapter (little bit more money but will definitely get you up and running $50)
3. Replace motherboard (refabed cost around $120 or so. There is a reason so many of these go bad... Thank you hp!)
Other than that don't believe it s software/virus problem as it is a pure bad hardware issue. I am still a fan of Compaq laptops.. Just have to ignore this little bubmle on some engineers work station :)
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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