Question about HP Pavilion dv5-1125nr Notebook
The modem - and the wireless cards if it's wireless - should come with a software to ensure the system will recognize your internet connection. If your modem is supposed to be wireless, just try and see if your laptop would work with an Ethernet wired connection to test if the modem itself would work with that laptop. If not, then your laptop may have a missing or corrupt component caused by malware. It also depends on the models of your two different laptops. Maybe the one that doesn't pick up the modem is incompatible with the given software. In which case if your machine is clean of malware, then you should contact your ISP and sort out the possible incompatibility issue. Good luck. Please do rate me if any of my ideas work. Thanks
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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