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Problem Code 31 for Network Adapter


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My wireless network 6T04 adapter has problem code 31 which is windows cannot properly load this device's driver. I am not sure how to fix this. All help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Did you try to reinstall?

Edited by Broni, 09 November 2008 - 04:56 PM.

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Reinstalling isnt an option given to me only uninstall.
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By reinstalling, I mean uninstall, and install back.
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im not sure where i would get the adapter driver and whatnot to install it back again
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Actually, after doing some more research, if everything works fine on your computer, you can ignore that error.
6to4 is a IPv6-to-IPv4 conversion layer, and IPv6 is rarely used (Windows Meeting Space is the only program, I'm aware of, which uses it)
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The adapter will not work though. i can not find any wireless signals and i know the signals are available.
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That particular adapter has nothing to do with your wireless network adapter.
Is it built-in network adapter, or plug-in type adapter?
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It is a built in adapter
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What brand, and model of the computer is it?
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HP dv6258 laptop my OS is vista.

Edited by sl4sh3r9, 11 November 2008 - 06:38 PM.

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Download Broadcom Wireless LAN Driver for Microsoft Windows Vista from here: http://h10025.www1.h...roduct=3369805#
Go to Device Manager, uninstall current Broadcom Wireless LAN Driver, and install new one.
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i tried installing the new one but nothing is happening my device manager is still saying there is no wireless adapter, and i still cant detect networks. could you summarize the procedure for installing the wireless adapter. the website doesnt give much help if the install is unsuccesful.
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Hmmm...
Have you ever been able to connect to the net?

Download, and install Everest: http://www.majorgeek...wnload4181.html
Open it, click Computer, then Summary.
In upper menu, go Report>Quick Report-Summary
Save it in text file, and paste it in your next post.
Don't include anything under line Debug - PCI
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ive been able to connect to the net in the past. i post that summary in a few
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