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104-unsupported wireless network. HP pavillion

104-unsupported wireless network. on a HP Pavillion dv2418nr. The machine came back from HP and I ordered a new recovery CD. I can't get the laptop to boot to the CD the error comes up before that.

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On your C:/ drive, your will see a folder names SWsetup, inside you will see the driver for WLan, reintall it. and also install the wireless assistant. good luck

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