If its a Tablet PC with Windows Tablet PC OS , go to HP.Com and the one you need is the HP WLAN W400-500 for the Tablet PC. I just recently had to get them myself and they work fine, let me know how you go.
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Here's the link where you can download the driver for XP. Make sure you select the correct family. X41 has two types of unit. Tablet and regular laptop. Make sure also to choose the correct type and model. If you are not aware of this, it is actually at the white sticker at bottom of your laptop.
Also known as the Elitegroup EZ30. Drivers can be downloaded from their website at http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?CategoryID=3&DetailID=386&DetailName=Feature&MenuID=93&LanID=0
you have a mobo issue. this is a known hp issue. the only alternative is to replace the mobo (motherboard) or purchase a usb wifi adapter. i have seen this go out on tons of computers but be aware this issue you are having is the early symptoms of much bigger issues to come with this model. good luck! -Ruben
What was the earlier problem?
Do you think it is/was/might be related?
How did you get past the issue? If you formated, you have to go through "Software Setup" find it at Start, All Programs, Software Setup. (tc1000) or if you restored with the factory discs (tc1100) then it should be done. If a tech "restored" your tablet with other than the factory restore discs, then Q menu may be impaired or nonfunctional.
Is the card actually there?
Are the cables connected?
Is the card the original hp card? Some others will not work with the Q Menu.
Go to hp.com, navigate to the tc1100 support page and download all drivers or recent updated drivers.
Install the updates and you should be fixed.
HP will sell you restore discs for $10.72 (thats what I paid last fall) that will install the correct drivers for the unit. Cheap at twice the price. You will need a keyboard (USB generic will work if you don't have the original detachable) and an optical drive (USB CD Drive) basically to do this.
My friendly local tech is at $50 for basic service, and if you can back up to another PC (cat 5 cable connection is fastest) or a card, then a reformat never hurts a thing, kills many troubles too!
Best Luck, Blaino
If you haven't got the wireless network icon in your system try, Try going to Services under control panel - administrator tools and starting the Windows Zero Configuration Service. You'll need to set it to automatic so that it's running when you restart
make sure the drivers are installed. check in device manager under network devices. also make sure u have wireless zero config service running. click start..run..type services.msc, scroll to bottom, right click and start the service