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Wireless drivers I somehow uninstalled my driver suf for my laptops wireless adapter. I cannot find my backup disk, does any one know a sit i an download it from? The box says 802.11b/g

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Re: Wireless drivers

No mate i have tried this one as well
Thanks anyway

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Re: Wireless drivers

Doesn't Aspire have a website for drivers and updating drivers?

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My netbook tells me to reset my wireless adapters Im trying to get wireless internet. It tells me there a network to connect to but it won't let me connet to it.


For uninstall the driver of Wireless adapters follow the mention below instruction.

  • Go to the control panel and click the Add & Remove program.
  • You see the install driver list you have to select the your wireless adapters and click the remove.
  • After few min you driver is uninstall the window show you driver uninstalling finish.
  • Then reboot you computer.
  • After rebooting you get New hardware found window in start up the notebook,take the wireless driver installation CD and put the notebook CD-ROM.
  • And new hardware found window click next, automatic he install the driver in CD, after complete the driver installation reboot you laptop once more.
  • Now you wireless adapter connect to Internet and your problem will solve.
If my answer solve you problem then give me 4 thum


Aug 24, 2011 | Acer Aspire One D255 Netbook

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Computer was working fine but slow uninstalled

possibly you uninstall your wireless driver try checking in device managerunder netwrok adapters for the driver if you don't see anything saying 802.11 wireless network adapter then you will have to install the drivers again for your wireless card on the system. ^_^ your drivers should be downloadable in the website of your OEM ^_^

Jun 04, 2010 | Toshiba Satellite M35X-S161 Notebook

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Brand new aspire 5732z laptop comes up with code 31 fault on virtual wifi miniport adaptor says it has driver fault,what can I do

The Microsoft virtual wifi miniport adapter is a new feature in Windows 7, Wireless Hosted Network:

About the Wireless Hosted Network

This device is just a virtual device and it should not affect connecting the wireless network with the physical wireless adapter.

Hence, I’d suggest you to uninstall and re-install only the wireless network adapter drivers from Device manager and check if that fixes the issue.

Before uninstalling the drivers from the device manager, make sure you have a backup of the installation files.

It’s a good idea to create a restore point before uninstalling the drivers. A restore point is a representation of a stored state of your computer's system files. You can use a restore point to restore your computer's system files to an earlier point in time. Restore points are automatically created by System Restore weekly and when System Restore detects the beginning of a change to your computer, such as when you install a program or a driver.

Create a restore point

Visit the manufacturer’s website, download the latest wireless drivers and save it on your hard disk.

To uninstall the wireless connection from Device Manager,

1. Click Start, type Device Manager in the Start search box and hit Enter.
2. Locate Network adapters and expand the same.
3. Select the wireless connection, right-click and select Uninstall.
4. Restart the computer, if prompted.

Drivers should get installed automatically after restarting the computer.

Now, you may install the latest wireless drivers and check if that fixes the issue.

Hope this helps

Apr 20, 2010 | eMachines eMD620-5133 Notebook

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Wireless adapter has no isp address

First Reset Your IP

Open Start.. choose RUN..type Enter..
In the Command Window, Type: ipconfig /release.. Wait for it to finish, then type: ipconfig /renew

note: You Must Put A Space After ipconfig(space)/release...ipconfig(space)/renew........

Then Check Your Network Settings and Uncheck: Automatically Connect To A Network from your wireless settings....

If Still Having Issues... Go To Your Device Manager and Uninstall The WiFi Adapter/Driver... Reboot and Reinstall..

note: If you uninstall the driver, make sure you first went to the acer website and downloaded the wireless driver and saved it somewhere so that upon uninstall and reboot.... you have the driver to reinstall....

Nov 25, 2009 | Acer Aspire 5500 5570-2609 Laptop

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First, make sire the switch is in the right position...most of the the time when the switch is on the fron tof the laptop, "on" is to the right. If the switch is in the "on" position, then it is possible that the driver has gotten corrupt or is somehow missing. Try first to update the driver. Go to the control panel > Device Manager (in XP it is in System and then under hardware) scroll down the device manager and click on the + sign by the network adapters. Right click on the wireless adapter and choose update driver. Let windows go through the update and reboot, if this doesn't work, go back to the network adapters and this time right click on wireless adapter and choose uninstall. Reboot and when windows starts, it will recognise the hardware and install the appopriate driver for it. It would be better if you were connected to the internet by an ethernet cable for this, that way if the wireless is down, windows can search online through the ethernet cable and get a fresh driver....but if not it isn't totally necessary.

Sep 22, 2009 | Compaq Presario Notebook

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After loading the utility and the system reboot i get the error driver not installed. then pop up Pro set /wireless software was unable to detect a supported wireless adapter. please advise me how to...

go right clik my computer-> properties-> hardware-> device manager
Now you 'd see wireless adapter\proset listed in lan adapters do right clik and uninstall then
from the drivers and utility disk install the drivers for the wireless adapter.

issue would be resolved

Apr 10, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 2200 Notebook

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Toshiba Laptop A55-S306 shuts down with error messages

It sounds to me like a virus. Boot up from a recover cd or windows cd and reinstall freashly.

If you don't have a recovery cd, contact Toshiba for one. They go around for $40 to $50. If you can't get one, buy Windows Vista and boot up from that and reinstall.

Jan 03, 2009 | Toshiba Satellite A55-S306 Notebook

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Don't have wireless connection on my Toshiba notebook.

Make sure the drivers are installed for your wireless adapter. XP sometimes overlooks adapters during installation. Check the Device Manager for any yellow exclamation points. If you find one, uninstall it and click on the top item (your computer). Right-click the same device and then click Scan for Hardware Changes. You should have your drivers disk ready. The device will likely install, but be unable to find drivers. Point XP to your drivers disk and it should install the drivers for you.

BTW, if you don't have a drivers disk, check your system BIOS for the chipset and google for "<chipset number/name> Windows XP drivers". You should be able to find the drivers and download them from the wired connection before trying the above instructions for reinstalling the wifi drivers.

I hope this helps!

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Nov 17, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite A135-S4527 Notebook

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Wireless not working

First, go to Windows security settings. I recently had a client with this exact problem, and it was her Windows firewall blocking the wireless adapter from "seeing" anything. If necessary, turn the firewall completely off to test.

Secondly, if that doesn't fix it, remove/uninstall the Wireless adapter completely from device manager. Reboot, let Windows attempt to reinstall the driver. If asked, point it to the driver files you've already installed. Reboot, and that should fix you up.

Let me know if this helps :)

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A35-S159 TOSHIBA satellite

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