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Network adaptor problem

Hello,
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?

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  • 99dooman May 20, 2008

    Hello,

    I tried to roll back my computer to an earlier date, but failed. I tried 3 different dates. I still get a 'code 10' or failure to start from my network adapter. I did some windows updates yesterday and for a short time I had the wireless adapter working. Then other problems developed regarding my virus protection and True Vector internet monitor. I uninstalled the antivirus program and reinstalled it and everything was working except for the code 10 for my wireless adapter. It seems like it should be an easy fix for some that understands computers.I'm not that person.

    Thanks for your help so far!!

    Jim

  • 99dooman May 21, 2008

    This computer runs Vista Home Premium. It was purchased last October at Best Buy. I don't know how to check BIOS Date. I have everything running well on this computer except for the wireless adapter.

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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.

Posted on May 17, 2008

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  • Aabi Sal May 19, 2008

    Try roll back update, or restore a date to an earlier date when it was all working.

  • Aabi Sal May 20, 2008

    Do you have Windows XP SP2 or SP3 on your HP, and how old is your HP Pavilion DV1000 notebook (check F2 BIOS date)?


  • Aabi Sal May 21, 2008

    Fast and easy option is to use Internet
    Service Provider (ISP) specific drivers and setup configuration disk
    provided "free" to subscribed dial-up or broadband provider. Call ISP's “free” technical support
    to help you setup and configure wireless adapter and connection.





    ISP disk and ISP tech support would guide you through LAN and wireless connection, using username, password, network and wireless properties, network connection, ipconfig, IP, subnet mask, gateway, DHCP, DNS, WPA security key, firewall, username and
    password, winsock etc.

  • Aabi Sal May 30, 2008

    Call HP technical support. Read their manuals and webpages.




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