Earlier today after starting my computer, it did an update. It was an HP update. After the update, I lost my network adaptor. I went to device manager and my adaptor could not start.[code 10]. Any Ideas?
Go to device manager > computer > reserve resources > memory > add CA000 in the start value box, and then type CB000 in the end balue box > ok > ok > remove PC card network adapter > ok > close > restart.
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1.Check if the wireless switch is on, on your laptop. 2. If it is on then check if the network adaptors are installed or not. You can check that by going into device manager ( start - run - devmgmt.msc). If it is not installed you will find a exclamation mark or simply go to your manufacturers website and update your wireless driver. 3.Then go to Start\Connect To\Show All Network Connections (or, if this doesn't show up on your computer, Start\Control Panel\Network And Internet Connections\Network Connections). For your wireless card, remove it from the bridge (right click on the wireless network and enable it if it is disabled and then if you have a option remove it from bridge click on that.) 4.Restart your wireless zero configration. Go to control panel/Administrative tools/Services, right-clicking on the "Wireless Zero Configuration", and telling it to stop. After it stops, right-click on it again, and tell it to start, and then wait a minute or so and see what happens. then try to connect and see if you can for this go to the network and sharing center search for all the wireless networks and try to connect. I think this should do it for you. If not reply with the message or error you get.
I am going to assume that you never had wireless connection with your 3680. With that in mind, Go into Control Panel to make sure your wireless connection can "see" other network routers. Control Panel>Network and Internet Connections>Network Connection. When you start the search for networks, this should turn your wireless adaptor on to perform the search. If you get a message that you do not have a wireless adaptor, use the Wireless Network Setup Wizard.
The internal network adaptor may be fragile, and not secured properly. However, I would not suggest you try to secure it as it may break.
So, just make sure your wireless LAN device driver is properly installed. TO check, right click my computer, properties, then "hardware" tab, then device manager. There, check for your driver under "Network Adaptors" and see if it is properly installed.
If it is not, you can re-install it from the company's support& download site.
If it is installed, go to a more experienced techician to securely fasten the internal network adaptor in place.
Please check whether your notebook Wireless Adapter is detected in the Device Manager.
Click start and in the start search box type Device Manager and press enter.
Then click on + sign next to network adapters and check whether Broadcom/intel Prowireless adapter listed under network adapters.
If it is listed in the Device Manager, then check whether you are able to ping to network.
Click start and in the start search box type cmd and press enter
This will open command prompt ( black window ) . There type ping and give one space and type 127.0.0.1 and press enter. Check whether you are receiving reply and no packet should lost. I mean lost packet should be 0.
If it is pinging to the network then the issue is with the Internet explorer. If it is not pinging or Wireless adapter is not listed in the Device Manger. Then I suspect that the issue is with the Wireless Adapter. However, to isolate the issue please install BIOS update and restart the notebook . To provide you BIOS update I need your notebook product number.
yep got to Lenovo web site, customer support, serch the data base for drivers for your computer and select the drivers for you wireless device, and install them, without knowing the brand of wireless you have I am just stabbing in the dark, try that and let me know.