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I have upgraded my laptop from vista to xp but not able to get driver for wireless & lan is not working my laptop is compaq presario v3239tu......

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Go to website of compaq and enter express service tag ......this will give you option to download required software

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If you upgrade your operating system like from windows xp to windows vista, you need to install new hardware driver for your computer like for LAN, webcam, WAN and others because the old driver is only compatible with the old operating system and not with VISTA operating system. Solution would are, download webcam and WAN driver for Windows Vista and install it into your computer. Don't just upgrade your computer because the configuration is not the same with the old operating system. If problem still exist, just upgrade the service pack from 2 to 3. There is available install for upgrading the service pack of each operating system. and surely all your hardwares will function.

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Drivers for ethernet card for gateway 6433 laptop


That unit has multiple drivers depending on os and original configuration as shipped. All are available at the mpcdrivers.com website at the following links.
http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/VIWLAN2.exe - Windows Vista Intel Wireless Network Driver version: 11.1.0.86
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http://www.mpcdrivers.com/sylvia/Support/gateway/D00453-001-002.exe - Network Driver version: 8.26.2.3
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My Laptop Same Thing


The problem with upgrading or downgrading to MS Vista is the lack of driver support manufacturers provide as unlike other past Operating systems Vista did not sell very well retail...it was forced upon Manufacturers who "had" to include it at a certain point in their New Computers even though in MOST cases the Computers were really designed to work on XP and this caused havoc given the need to double RAM in most cases, even now many new computers still are sold with insufficient resources.

THat being said, many manufacturers of periferals, components like sound and video cards, Network Adapters broke with the tradition of providing UPGRADED DRIVERS for Vista as it was just not worth it for the FEW who bought Vista for their XP COmputers over the Counter. Also VIsta was quite different from win 2000-XP and didnt work on older Drivers.

The answer to your question is most likely there are NO Vista Drivers for your Network Adapter if they are not listed your Computer Website (which is common and traditional for past New O.S.). With Desktops the solution is a bit easier especially if you have independant Modules especially: Video, Sound, Network "cards' as plug ins not integrated with the Mother Board. Notebook Motherboards are all integrated and it would be difficult to find the exact Network Adapter and change it as you can easily do with a Desktop or just ADD a Network Adapter to one of the Expansion jacks that is compatable with Vista.

You Should first try to call the Computer Manufacturer to see if they have upgraded Drivers for your Computer. Usually the problem is with the sound, video, network and you are lucky the rest work.

SOLUTION: If you really like using Vista and want to stick with it just buy an EXTERNAL NETWORK ADAPTER for your Notebook; they come in either USB or PCMCIA versions, making sure they are compatable with VISTA.. They come with their own Installation Disk which contains the Drivers. The other obvious solution is to just reinstall Windows XP *shrug*. There is little improvment over XP and your Computer will run much faster on the Minimum Ram Memory VISTA Requires which is 2 gb and that is in most cases BARE MINIMUM. On 2gb XP FLIES! I see no advantage in "upgrading" to VIsta, especially if it poses such serious problems as a dysfucntional Wireless Network Adapter Card.

Cheers :)

Sep 04, 2009 | Packard Bell Easy One Silver 2120 Notebook

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The T30 laptops do not have a on/off button that turns the wireless card on.
Once the wireless card driver is installed the wireless card will detect any wireless router and access point within its range. You need to configure the wireless card to connect into the wireless router or access point eg. the encryption, SSID etc.
The Thinkpad laptops have different wireless LAN cards installed, when you install a wireless card driver and it doesn't work, then install a different model wireless card driver. Also make sure the XP or Vista version of the wireless driver matches the Windows version that is installed on the laptop.

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chipset driver for vista there is the SM - http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles%5CDriver/CardReader/CardReader_ENE_3.00.00_Vistax86.zip?acerid=633638101726550065&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%205610&OS=V10&LC=en&SC=EMEA_27

and the wifi driver for vista - http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles%5CDriver/Wireless%20LAN/Wireless(802abg)_Intel3956_10.6.0.29_Vistax86.zip?acerid=633638101806433329&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%205610&OS=V10&LC=en&SC=EMEA_27

For xp the drivers:
chipset and lan - http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles%5CDriver/Lan/Lan_Broadcom(5787)_9.25.0.0_XPx86.zip?acerid=633638101991475421&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%205610&OS=X02&LC=en&SC=EMEA_27

wifi: http://global-download.acer.com/GDFiles%5CDriver/Wireless%20LAN/Wireless_Intel(80211ABG)_10.1.1.3_XPx86.zip?acerid=633638102027360481&Step1=Notebook&Step2=Aspire&Step3=Aspire%205610&OS=X02&LC=en&SC=EMEA_27

if helped rate fixya

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Display Problem and Wireless problem with Windows 2000


The drivers for windows XP are available on this site : Drivers for Toshiba laptop
You can try and see if they are compatible with windows 2000, or install Windows XP which is better anyway.
Alex

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Acer extensa 5420 down graded to xp network controler


ftp://ftp.work.acer-euro.com/notebook/extensa_5410/driver/Lan%20Driver%20Realtek%20Ver.5.649.0615.2006.zip

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Lan and wireless driver for toshiba a135-s2246


Unfortunately, the Toshiba Satelite A135-S2246 was never designed to run XP, only Vista. Which is why you can't find any drivers for XP. The nearest you can get is to find a laptop running XP SP2 that is using the same LAN (ethernet controller) and WLAN (wireless ethernet controller), and see if they will work.

Here are the drivers I found for XP (please check which one's you are trying to install):

Atheros WiFi card driver:
http://www.wireless-driver.com/download/atheros/2007-7-23/Atheros-ar5bxb6-AR5424-mini-PCI-E-Wireless-Card-Driver-Download.htm

Intel WiFi card driver:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx
You will need to search for the card that you have.

LAN (ethernet controller):
http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=6&PFid=6&Level=5&Conn=4&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false#1
You can pick third or fourth from top depending on your preference.

Please remember that Toshiba, Microsoft, Atheros, Realtek, Intel and especially myself accept no responsibilty for what may, or may not happen when installing drivers not specifically designed for your system. All that said, I hope it works for you.

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Wireless LAN problem


Make sure that the built-in wireless lan is disabled. If your pc is XP or vista, uninstall the new WIRELESS LAN(go to control panet, add/remove programs), select the Atheros Software. Leave the WIRELESS ADAPTER connected to your pc. Insert the disc, do not run the set up. RESTART THE PC. The drivers for the WIRELESS ADAPTER should install, if not load drivers manually.
MAKE SURE WIRELESS ZERO CONFIGURATION for XP is running. You should be able to detect wireless networks.

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