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Re: wireless intelpro always drops out after half an hour
Sounds like the drivers need an Update or reinstall.
No mention wheather or not your on battery or ac power pack when it drops out either so I am going to assume your on battery and its going flat.
If your on AC Power pack then its a driver issue,simple enogh to fix by a simple remove and reinstall
use the auto find function for new users and this will install a Auto Find Navigation Tools on to your computer, Let the tool find your motherboard and it will give you a list of the drivers available and Manuals as well
There is a NB Probe available for this model and it will tell you all about the devices and the operating temperatures of each device installed,ie,hard drives,fan speed and temperature, memory installed ,cpu usage etc......
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We don't offer any information on pirated software here. This is for problems with your computer. Tho I don't support making keys or false registration of software, if you insist on doing it, there are other sites that might give you what you seek. Just not here.
If the problem is with the computer, in the Tray Notification Area, right click on wireless icon and open Network Sharing Center, click on Change Adapter Settings, Is the wireless adapter enabled? In Device Manager, Network Adapters, Is the wireless enabled? Reboot the computer and the wireless access point by removing power and battery and plug in wireless, let it run the selftest, plug in computer and boot normally. You can always Reset the wireless access point to default settings
Your Compaq V2000 has an Intel Pro Wireless 2200 BG wireles adapter. (doesn't support N, but that's not the point I think)
If your new network configuration is based on WPA/WPA2 encyption, this adapter has some known problems to establish a connection. It works great with WEP, but not so well with WPA. Sometimes the issue can be solved by installing the latest versions of drivers and software for the wireless adapter. If it still doesn't work, a known workaround is to disable via device manager all other network adapters in the computer (ethernet adapter), leaving active only the Intel Pro 2200 wireless adapter.
Most people do not realize that a laptop has 2 batteries... the normal 4-6-9 cell battery that we constantly recharge and a smaller (internal) battery to maintain CMOS memory where the clock and other data are stored.
The CMOS battery is normally inexpensive, typically you can find them in a good electronics store or even on ebay. They are easy to change as they typically have a quick disconnect plug. I am not sure where it is located on the ASUS, but look in the memory compartment or the hard drive compartment.
This may not be enough of a solution, since you might have tried this already:
You know the little icon you see at the bottom for the Windows wireless service? Right-click on that, and go to "View available networks." The window that pops up should have a pane on the left, something that says "Change advanced settings." If I remember right, there's a tab that says "Wireless Networks", then uncheck "Use windows to configure my wireless network settings." Image below
Hi there, I just bought a new Asus NJ series, and all of a sudden my wireless dissapeared! I FOUND THE SULOTION, well, I hope it works for you. Look on the left side of your laptop, right at the front left side is a switch/button. I think I accidentally switched it of, but now everything is working fine!
I've experienced the same problem with my ASUS netbook. Uninstall the wireless hard - remove hardware in control panel, reboot the machine and allow it to auto find the adapter again. This should correct it. If there are still problems verify that you have the most current driver for the wireless adapter, either from Asus, or the wireless adapter chipset manufacturer (i.e. Intel, broadcomm, etc.)
I found the problem to be a rather simple but frustrating one....when is an HP dv1000 not a dv1000....almost always!! You cannot get the correct downloads based on the model number on the tag. You must specify the PRODUCT NUMBER on the HP download site from the tag, not model. You can enter the general DV1000 and get to the download page and look for the entry "Not your Product?!" Follow that link and enter the PN from the tag....download those and you will get drivers that work with your unit. My "DV1000" was actually a DV1660!!!!