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Internal Wireless adapter failed

Recently I have had issues with my internal wireless adapter. The HP Wireless Assistant will not open. I have downloaded the sp38266.exe and it will run again for a few minutes and then the wireless is disabled the wireless assistant will not run. Now I cannot get the wireless to enable at all. I am thinking my wireless adapter has failed. I am not sure how to resolve this issue.
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  • Robin D Jul 22, 2008

    Unfortunately the Wireless Zero configuration service could not be found. I am afraid I have lost my wireless adapter. Thanks for the help.

  • glys Sep 07, 2008

    I have an hp pavilion tx1308nr. the wireless swicht started to fail from last week. Sometimes it is turned off and suddenly it works. I have done everything to make it work. Even i connected the cable i couldnt get internet service. I call the IS provider but they hadnt any problem, the problem was with my laptop.

  • Anonymous Sep 14, 2008

    the samething happens to me all the time

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Your wireless zero configuration being manipulated by the add-on service of manufacturer software. first you can manually turn in the Wireless Zero Configuration by typing services.msc on run menu. After you run the services you will see Wireless Zero configuration please enable and start it with the given option.

Next you can open the Wireless Network Connection option, uncheck the add on protocols, such as AEGIS and WLAN protocol. after restart computer should work with wireless without problem.

Please post if you need further assistance.

Good Luck



Posted on Jul 21, 2008

  • ronb42 Jan 01, 2011

    Had a very similar experience - Vista and the wireless adapter disappeared completely.
    Bailed on vista - clean install of windows 7 adapter was back but only for a very short time.
    Have been trying various drivers and no joy.
    WLAN service starts and runs without issue.

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