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My HP Pavilion dv6436nr Notebook will not turn on anymore. Sometimes it will turn on, but the built-in wireless internet receiver will not activate?

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steve6375
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SOURCE: 1. When I click on

1. Look in C:\HP folder and re-install it
2. Desktop PCs don't usually have wireless cards - use a USB wireless adaptor instead

Posted on Aug 09, 2008

Stellyx
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SOURCE: intermittent internal wireless modem.

There are many reasons that the signal can vary from place to place and can change drastically just inches away.
a few sources for interference are:

  • cordless phones
  • baby monitors
  • basically anything wireless
You see some of the above work at 2.4 ghz frequency and can block and distort data coming from your router to your pc.Luckily there are quick fixes that sometimes work for instance:
  • setting your router to another channel:
You can do this by going into your routers wireless settings and changing the transmit channel from say 1 to 2 and so on and try that for a bit.
How do I get to the router settings you ask? Good question, well its pretty simple but it varies greatly from router to router so you will have to look in your manual that you threw away when you bought it :) or just check on the internet and search for "(make and model) settings" at the product website.

if you'd rather provide the make and model here id be happy to search for you and find out how you can configure your router.
That said my main suggestion is to get an Ethernet wire to that stationary pc, it will surf a whole lot faster unless the wires are a pain. Most home wireless speeds pale in comparison to hooking directly up to that same network.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

tomsat69
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You can by removing battery for 15min then install fire up should work good luck:)

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Open up and clean the mouse

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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SOURCE: hp pavilion a330n Internet Explorer won't connect.

check your IP Adress settings are correct for this machine,
Go to start ,then click on run,Type CMD,Then type IPCONFIG/ALL.it will show you a list of all the devices connected to your machine and your local network,

Have you got LAN & WLAN adaptors on board?
this will explain your message,
you will have to set the ip settings on each adaptor
ie LAN 192.168.1.2 and WLAN 192.168.1.3
This wiil help determine which adaptor is to be used when connecting to the network and the internet.

If your using wireless on computer to connect to the internet then run your wizard to help setup the connection

Same for the wired LAN ,use your wizard

The settings for your modem can be reset easily and your ISP will help get you connected to the net because you already have an account with them,

Cheers MISTERDJ

Posted on Apr 10, 2010

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SOURCE: Does hp pavilion a6010n have built-in wireless

Hi, This machine comes from HP with a built in wired ethernet card only not wireless... however it is known for some retailers to have the machines they sell specially configured with add-ons as desired... Best of Luck

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your notebook has WiFi, which is radio frequency internet, it transmits and receives radio signals (frequencies) . Your desktop, most likely, does not support WiFi on its own , so you need to use RG45 cable , ethernet cable to be connected from your desktop to the router.
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So in other words thsi is what happens with your notebook and the router.
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  2. A wireless router receives the signal and decodes it. The router sends the information to the Internet using a physical, wired Ethernet connection, to your modem (supplied by your Internet Service Provider)
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you need to connect your desktop to the router via RG45 ethernet cable.



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