Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
When you're loosing the signal the card is shutting down, rebooting resets the card, and there is no way of resetting the card that is any faster or easier than rebooting. This sounds like you may have a loose connection or a little dirt or corrosion built up on a connection. Remove the wireless card, clean the connections for the card and the two leads, also clean the leads and the card slot. Get everything seated back in good and try it. If you're still loosing the signal and the card shuts down, not letting you reacquire a signal, then the card is most likely malfunctioning, and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
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