Aight i got this asi / nspire laptop. the problem is that the wireless card wont connect to my wireless system at my house and i cant get it fixed. the other problem is that my sound isnt working. im missing 5 drivers in the other devices tab . i think that if i find those drivers then it will work but i cant find those drivers anywhere and iv been lookin everywhere. the laptop i have is a asi or a nspire cl51-15 and im running win xp incase that wil help. so help me if you can
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Check in the device manager if your computer is seeing the wireless card driver.
Right click my computer, properties, hardware, device manager,network adapters.
Is the wireless card listed?
If it is right click uninstall and reboot on reboot the wireless card should be seen as new hardware follow the wizard and let it install the driver.
If the computer is seeing the card but it has a yellow mark next to it the driver is not loaded you need to get the appropriate driver for that type of card from it's support site or once again try the uninstall reboot.
That’s the wireless card.
Is the net-gear showing an internet connection.
Put a cat 5 cable from your laptop to the net-gear and try to connect via cable if that works it's got to be the wireless card driver or the wireless settings in the net-gear however if they worked previously there is no reason to suspect the router settings.
Hope this helps
To check if the wireless card is bad or OK. Go to Control Panel - Network Connections - Is the wireless network connection listed and if so is there a red X on this connection? If so, right click on the wireless and click Repair - this may fix your problem, it forces the wireless router to issue the wireless card with a new IP address. If it doesn't fix the problem then go to Control Panel - System - Hardware tab - Device Manager - scroll down to Network Adapters and expand and check your wireless card, is it Working and Enabled? If has a yellow ? against it or not working then reinstall the wireless card driver. If the wireless card is built-in check the BIOS to see if the wireless card is enabled, if not enable the wireless card and repeat the above steps. If this doesn't fix your problem then the wireless card is faulty and you need a new wireless card. You can get a PCMCIA wireless card to replace the faulty wireless card. If the wireless card is built-in then disable the faulty wireless card in the BIOS before you install the new wireless card.
Depending on your OS, you could check the device mang. and if your 802.b wireless is not found, look for other flags or problems. Turn off your wireless switch and remove and re-install your network system. If after completed, you do not see the wireless install when loading, remove the wireless card and try again, removing from device mamg., re-booting and re-installing wireless card. Sometimes the wireless card looses connection and needs to be physically removed, system re-booted and re-installed to work. If that does not work, try exchanging the wireless card for another. Removing the entire network from the system and re-booting is the best way. Shoot down after re-booting and re-install wireless card. Restart unit, if it see's the wireless card, it will show loading network device. If it does not see the card, it will not load it. Hope this helps
This is Romeet, id like to try and help you. Please indicate what operating system you are running and name / model of wireless card.Looks like a minor configuration problem of sound device due to IRQ Conflict most probably but wouldnt be able to ascertain for sure until i get to know operating system version