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I have a packard bell easynote r4360.
this model comes complete with built in wireless, unfortunatly, after i had to re-instal xp , when it started up it was not recognising the wireless card, i"ve checked on the device manager and the wireless is not showing under other devices. the ethernet controller is showing up with a yellow ! but when the pc is connected to the router it works fine. any ideas on how to find my wireless ?
if it makes any difference i"m running xp with service pack 2. and its connecting to the web through a wireless router.(when its running wireless that is ) I"ve also been to the site for the latest drivers.
I am having the same problem, I am using HP note book with Vista window and Presario V6000. My wireless network adabter is not working . I download all drivers from HP help webpage , but still it is not working. Any help pls?
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
The solution will probably be to remove your wireless card and re-install it, this has worked for me with my HP F577CL notebook.
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Posted on Apr 20, 2010
Another reason your network may not be receiving a sgnal also could be that the wirless zero is turned off. By going to start control panel then to performance and maintainence and then to administrative tools. There you will see services. if you double click onto that it will open another box for you. Scroll down to the Wireless Zero application making sure the setting is on automatic and then start or restart. That may help
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
You have the answer in your question.Your wireless modem is connected to the ethernet controller.Hence if you install the driver for your ethernet card only then your wireless will be shown.If you want the driver for your ethernet card then post the company and model number...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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