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Wireless Network NO GO!

Dear Group,

Hi, I got a friend's HP DV 9005US laptop / notebook, with a wireless
adapter that don't work reliably. Its an intermittent issue, according to
my friend, it worked for a long time, then stopped, I downloaded and
flashed the BIOS it worked, then I was ready to return the laptop did a
double check not the network card does not work again! I flash the BIOS from Hp's Official Website, with the appropriate driver and bios flash, and still NO GO! I sent an email to HP about this issue, to see if they can fix it also seems to get very hot, and the red light is still on. Please? Help? I also checked the switch on the front, both ways to
the little symbol on the outside and away from it, and still don't work.

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    irishmantx Jul 21, 2009

    Dear Ruben,

    Hey, you know, I double checked and verified the
    s/n, and p/n, and the info on the laptop, and the
    warranty expired! :p I sent emails to HP support and
    since the laptop is expired based on the s/n, and p/n, more than likely it will be better to get a PCMCIA or wireless connect card, and let the onboard wireless go. What's funny, is that I'm responding on a Fujitsu laptop for $150 bucks! I ended up tearing
    it down, after a friend at my workplace taught me
    how to 'strip it' and 'strip it good' lol, I did
    replace the CMOS battery after I let the Fujitsu N
    Series, Lifebook 3430 system discharge for a few
    days, put it together a few times then got it right!
    Knock on all kinds of wood, holding together like a
    champ! :) YOU GUY's ROCK! MAJOR KUDOS!! KUDOS and a
    Heck YA, FIX YA to everyone who helped me out! :)
    I'll have to convince my friend to get a wireless
    connect card or PCMCIA slot.. and go from there.

    Shalom,

    Micha'el D. Lucas
    76531

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This is a known issue with these models, its the motherboard. it will have to be replaced. this will not go away with bios updates. here is the link to submit your information to get them to send you a box and get a new mobo put in. time is of the essence they are shutting down this opportunity in november i believe..

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&lc=en&cc=us

btw it is a free repair but you will need the information of the original owner when you call

good luck!
Ruben Barrera

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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    ruben barrera Jul 21, 2009

    bios flash is a must on these systems. there have been changes to the unit software that hp has set into motion to attempt to prevent the underlying motherboard issues. installing a pcmcia card for networking use will not resolve the internal issues with the design and overheating of the issues. this is a known issue with these motherboards that requires the GPU chips to be reflowed or reballed. The wifi will go out first, then the charging components that recognize the battery and so on...i have dealt with this issue a great deal. i ship about 25 units a month out with this issue.


    Good Luck!
    Ruben


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Just as far as the heating issue goes, you may want to invest in a cooling station for it. They work great! You'll notice a huge performance change.

As for the wireless, I would maybe try investing in a PCMCIA card and see if wireless works on that. That's only a suggestion if you are tired of dealing with it and would like a quicker fix. I would recommend trying to reinstall the drivers for the wireless adapter itself instead of flashing your BIOS.

This is just an example of what you'll be looking for if you do decide to go that route.
http://www.amazon.com/Linksys-WPC54G-Wireless-G-Notebook-Adapter/dp/B00007KDVK

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