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Windows Cannot Find Any Networks


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Hi There

Can you right click the nForce network controller and select properties and and give me a screenshot?

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Sorry the Advanced tab
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I just noticed. That window was in the way. Re-uploading in a min
Edit: Actually i don't think theres any need. Value: Disabled

Edited by JoxonDandry, 19 August 2009 - 12:41 PM.

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Hi There

That's an Ethernet adaptor. Did the software you installed not provide any WLAN program?

I would still question the Unknown device in Device Manager.

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What could it be out of all these:

http://h10025.www1.h...r...448&lang=en
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Hi There

The first network driver is the link I sent you.

Have you rebooted the machine?

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No i haven't since it didn't ask me to, gonna do that now
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Restarted, nothing has changed.
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OK

Get the wireless assistant here:

http://h10025.www1.h...r...093&lang=en

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Aha! i already have that hehe.
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Well m8 I'm stumped. The HP site says download the driver and assistant, reboot and viola.

Are you 100% that the wifi adaptor is turned on?

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Yeah there is no other
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Oh and one more thing: Before this i did try and install Windows XP on this Laptop i then installed the Broadcom drivers in safemode and it worked, after 2 restarts the wireless icon dissapeared. So this does show that it IS working theres just something wrong. Where as in Vista it doesn't work AT all
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