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I thought to myself that it couldn’t be that because I had looked over the laptop carefully before I did anything.
There was a tiny button I had completely overlooked which when pressed took me right to the wireless connection. What am I missing?
Message 5 of 9. Could the BroadcomAdapter’s general configuration be wrong? You don’t want TKIP.
I need to ask you several questions, so I know where we need to begin. Wieless 2 of 9. What’s up with that? If it is a dual band router 2. Message 6 of 9.
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Thank you again, Paul. Thank you for the driver link, I downloaded and installed it. Please do something for me though, and change your router’s wireless security to AES. Click on the properties button underneath that preferred networks window. Is the checkmark there to connect even if this network is not broadcasting?
Something is missing that I am not aware of. I tried to install drivers but the ones installed are the latest. I also don’t understand why the card shows no wireless networks available.
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I didn’t even know there was a switch there! Hello, I was just given this older laptop, HP Pavillion zx which I am trying to fix up for grandkids. Do you have windows XP SP3 installed?
Message 8 of 9. Restarted the modem and router. The driver on the support and driver page is not the newest one. If no, is your router set on mixed mode or N only? Is there a switch or button to turn on the card on the notebook? Is your router set to broadcast your SSID? Click on View Wireless Networks.
It will probably help too. My problem is that the adapter, Broadcom54g Maxperformance I did disconnect the wired connection when trying to access the wireless. Didn’t find what broadfom were looking for?
The previous owner had the laptop connected to a wireless network, but I don’t know any particulars. Then I figured the wireless card died.