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Internet Problems My HP doesn't even acknowledge the internet card that is installed. I am also unable to access the internet when I plug it directly to the DSL box. Is there any help for this problem?

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  • tkerrick78 Mar 09, 2009

    I have a HP Pavilion 9205US, the wireless card will not come on. I did a new clean install and it worked till windows did updates and then I don't have it again. I can plug in to the DSL and surf with no problems. The wireless card doesn't show in device manager and This is really starting to **** me off.. please help. thanks

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Please let me know what exactly happens when you try to access internet?

Are you receiving any error message?

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

  • Hello



    Please check whether your Notebook wireless adapter 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 the wireless adapter is listed.. If the Wireless Adapter is not detected in the Notebook then the issue is with the Hardware malfunction. However, as the issue same when you connect DSL. Then install Modem drivers and Network adapter drivers and restart the Notebook to get the changes effect.



    Thanks

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    Anufarhan

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