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Pavilion TX1000 - WiFi card suddenly not detected

I have a Pavilion TX1000 running factory-installed Vista Home Premium After one year suddenly it does not recognize that it has any WiFi capability.I try to re-installation hardware( Brodcome wireless Lan -vista) .After complete re-installation , says press ok to restartyoue computer . I click ok to restart my laptop but unfortunately it can start agian. Do you know why? Any ideas?

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The solution is, get a USB wifi adapter, because that card is done. HP REFUSES to recognize this problem, and since the majority of failures happen after the warranty expires (mine did) HP just says you are SOL. You can get decent wireless adapters for $20, and your wireless problems will be solved. Unfortunately, expect your laptops motherboard/chipset/dc port to fail within a year :(

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