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HP DV9000 laptop - wireless router stopped working in computer. Won't connect - top it off I take it to computer repair shop and lost everything on hard drive - they can't tell me if its hardware related. I believe it is. Can you tell me if the wireless device on this model is on motherboard? How do I get another one and should I replace drives after losing my data?

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First I would replace the drivers, and check the device manager for any conflict with the internal router and the wireless device. then run the add hardware App and let windows Plug and Play find the device. with thye drivers re-installed it should come back, If it dont the have the motherboard replaced.

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