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lost wireless xtremgiga whatever ethernet in the vast of laptop world?

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a day ago, I was able to get online through my home wireless connection. My laptop did its usual update and nothing was found to be updated. This morning I started up my computer to find that my wireless light was red(means disabled), not green(enabled) anymore. I figured it was my router with no signal. However, I reinstalled the router, and to no prevail, it was not the problem. My cable internet & router are working perfectly.

I tried to see what the problem was with my laptop.. when I opened the network connections, my wireless connection was deleted. So I could not "enable" or find out what caused it. Upon searching the control panel I came across the "HP wireless assistant" I clicked on it, nothing happened. Nothing loads. Since then, I have a billion errors regarding memory failures. So I have no wireless Icon at the bottom, nor a wireless "Ethernet" installed. And probably a billion memory errors. No viruses detected.

I did not delete anything I shouldnt have. I never delete anything from the computer. How could my computer delete its own wireless ethernet? How do I fix it...

And I'm not taking apart the laptop... wouldn't even know where to start.

Not sure if anyone understands... hope I can get some insight....

If not, I'm gonna have some "geek" fix it and charge me a ridiculous amount of money!
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