HP G60 OS/Software :: Error 104 - Unsupported Network Adapter After BIOS Upgrade
Mar 17, 2014
Recently my hard drive started to fail. I purchased a new drive, installed a Windows 7 ISO onto a flash drive, installed it etc. I have an HP G60-237NR. I was reinstalling everything, and then I went to the drivers page for my laptop. I started installing stuff, by that time I was bored so I was going sort of from the bottom up if that order matters, I can give more details on that if I need to. I downloaded the BIOS update, since I thought "Okay, it listed it for my computer, I probably do need to update it since my laptop's like 6 years old".
Flashed the BIOS, my computer shut down, and then didn't restart like I thought it was supposed to.I turned it on and got " 104- Unsupported wireless network device detected. System halted. Remove device and restart." I tried to look up what to do, what I found said remove the network card, downgrade bios, plug it back in and you're good. Well I unplugged my network card and the two snap on wires that attached it, did all the stuff, and restarted it. I got the same error.
I meant to say I plugged my network card back in, but still got the error. In case I had gotten the snaps on wrong, I switched the snaps and double checked the card connections, but still nothing. Everything I found said that should have worked, I'm on the same BIOS version I started with but it won't recognize my network adapter.
I'm trying to upgrade my friend's laptop's BIOS from A06. Using the latest BIOS upgrade A32, the utility says 'Running on an unsupported system. I thinks it's looking for the vendor ID to be 'Dell Computer Corporation' instead of 'PHEONIX TECHNOLOGIES INC.' ¬† Tried using the '/forceit' option without any success. ¬† Is there a workaround to get this updated?
I upgraded to Windows 8.1 pro 64-bit on my HP split x2, and now the network controller has no driver, as well as one other device. I do not know where to find the drivers for these.¬† ¬† Network controller: PCIVEN_8086&DEV_08B3&SUBSYS_00708086&REV_83 PCIVEN_8086&DEV_08B3&SUBSYS_00708086 PCIVEN_8086&DEV_08B3&CC_028000 PCIVEN_8086&DEV_08B3&CC_0280 ¬† Unknown device: ACPIVEN_INT&DEV_33A0 ACPIINT33A0 *INT33A0
I have the DV9000 series Laptop. It is the DV9235NR model (but not the DV9200 series...shows DV9000 on the bottom).
Anyways...I decided to try to upgrade the interal wireless G with a wireless N card that is from HP. It has the HP part number and everything. When I put the card in, this error comes up. I read that the bios doesn't recongnize the card. I took the card out, booted up to Windows with my old wireless card, put the computer in sleep mode, took out the old card and put the new card in. Works perfect. I know the card it good.
How can I make the new card work without having to do this? I heard about a bios hack. How is this done? Could I modify the Wifi card also? I did update to the newest bios on my laptop (dated 2008) and that didn't work. How about a bios from another series laptop?
I had recently upgraded my RAM (laptop in sig.) from 2GB to 4GB. Now, once in a while when I boot up, a POST BIOS "Error 0232: Extended RAM failed at address line 21" error message is displayed. I can then either boot normally or enter the BIOS setup and the OS (Win 7 64-bit) is working normally and recognizes all 4GB of RAM. I dual boot with Vista 32-bit, which uses 3GB of RAM.
I did the Windows Memory diagnostic upon boot up and it didn't find any error with the memory. I searched online without any conclusive solution.
I bought a new Dell D830 about three days ago for school. I connected to my schools wireless network just fine, and I did this for about two days until I headed back home.
Here we have a wired network and it even worked fine here for about a day. Now I cannot seem to connect to anything here.
I checked the modem, different cables, and I tried to run through the repair option but I still got the same message, 'There might be a problem with one or more network adapters on this computer'. I do have Vista on the computer but besides that the only things Ive loaded are Trend Micro and Mozilla.
Will it effect both wired and wireless networks on this computer?
lan adapter disappeared (wifi is working fine) after w7 x64 fresh install.. I tried to: install all possible drivers; reinstall w7; ubuntu.. ¬†but the leds are just blinking and device manager finds nothing. ¬†Also i am missing drivers for: ¬† ACPIHPQ0004 *HPQ0004¬† USBVID_138A&PID_0007&REV_0072 USBVID_138A&PID_0007
i bought a acer laptop @ bestbuy and it came with preinstall vista home. i used the computer fine and all and the internet connects to my router find and was surfing the internet. i then decided to install a fresh copy of my own vista ultimate because i dont like the preinstall stuff that they did because it just clutters up space. after i finish my install of vista ultimate, my laptop doesn't connect to the internet. i know this is simply but i dont see network adapters under the device manager in the computer management screen. i am worried because if i have to install the driver, then i would see some icons with a yellow exclamation mark, but i dont see NETWORK ADAPTERS AT ALL. i dont know how to solve this? any help would be greatly appreciated. thanks all. i've tried to press scan for new hardware changes but still i dont see the network adpaters. i thought if you install vista ultimate, then it will install the wireless drivers for you too.
I am using HP pavilion g62101TU 32 bit o.s. My wifi key which is f12 is showing red and the network adapter is invisible in the device manager tab. as a result i am not able to access internet from my laptop.
Is there a replaceable network card in the HP2000 Notebook? Almost every time I go to use it, I have to run the troubleshooter to reset the network adaptor. My signal srtength from the router is a full 5 bars, but the connection drops every few minutes, and then¬†resets just fine. I LOOSE WHATEVER I'M WORKING ON.
I'm running Win8.1, and a Qualcomm Atheros¬†QCA9565 ¬†802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter.
I've tried ¬†turning off the power saving feature under power management, and adding the network address under advanced settings. Neither change worked. I've also installed the latest driver. Also, this is a wireless connection, so I have disabled the Realtek Lan adapter....
I recently installed a new copy of Windows 7 on my laptop and my network adapter drivers are missing and I can't connect to the internet. ¬† I'm using my other PC to searc for drivers and they don't work. I can't find any drivers for my laptop on the HP page for some reason. ¬† I have a HP-15-P151NR Laptop
This morning, i turned my laptop on, and i went to go onto facebook, but i cam into a problem. My wifi wasnt working. I searched around for a solution but couldnt find one. I found the problem though,¬†[URL] .... there is a link to the problem. it seems that the problem is that the¬†broadcom 802.11ac network adapter's drivers cannot be loaded.¬†
I did a recovery from the 30th of january, when it was working, i reinstalled the drivers multiple times.¬†
My netowrk adapter went missing because of installing windows 7 Ultimate version¬†.Previously my laptop came with windows 8 version.And now my drivers are missing .Same with USB ports. Its not detecting. I was uinable to find the drivers on HP's official wensite .iIts only available for windows 8. Hard ware ID in Network controller : PCIVEN_1814&DEV_3290&SUBSYS_18EC103C&REV_00
i cant install wireless network adapter i tried several drivers¬† Ralink 802.11 b/g/n WiFi Adapter Intel Wireless Drivers for Microsoft Windows 7 Intel Wireless Drivers, Intel PROSet, and Intel My WiFi for Microsoft Windows 7 Intel PROSet/Wireless WiMAX Software for Best Buy i tried installing them plus more but they dont seem to work so finding the suitable one?¬†
I have an HP Pavilion dv6t-7000 ¬†equpped with the Ralink RT5390R Wi-Fi Adapter. ¬†For the life of me, I cannot get it to connect to my home network when set up as 802.11n. ¬†Other devices do connect. If I change my router to 802.11g, but change no other settings at all, the HP doe connect. But if I flip the router back to 802.11n, the HP sees the network and correctly identifies it as an 802.11n network, but will not connect.The Router is a D-Link DIR-615 (N300 2.4ghz).
My lenovo g570 laptop does not found network adapter for wifi and blue tooth it did not recognize the hardware part may be. because i install software for that so may time. few days back i used wifi as well as bluetooth in my lapi but for last two or three month i just used lan for internet connection and in between i changed my os which is win 7 ultimate to win 7 proff. I don't know what is the reason for that.
I have been trying to install atheros communication inc wifi drivers but in network manager cant find the adapter ¬† Below is my hardware info ¬† PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0036&SUBSYS_18E3103C&REV_01PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0036& SUBSYS_18E3103CPCIVEN_168C&DEV_0036&CC_028000PCIVEN_168C&DEV_0036&CC_0280 ¬† Link to download from i have tried drivers on this site but in device manager its still unknown device
I lost wi-fi internet on my Inspiron 1545, running Vista (6 or so years old). The network adapter was showing up as not installed or not working. I tried returning to earlier restore point. No good. System restore no good. Finally I reinstalled the Vista OS from disk that came with the laptop. But still no network adapter showing in Device Manager. When I insert Resource CD, the WLAN mini-cards are showing up as installed on the system, but no sign of them listed in Device Manager.
So my question is: how do I install the network adapter, or get the system to recognize it if it's there? There is nothing on the resource CD called "network adapter" to install, and I don't see anything like that to download here on the Dell site. Any thoughts?
Oh, I ran the system diagnostics on the Resource CD. In addition to the battery needing replacing (which I already knew) I got the following:
Error code 4400:011A
Msg: SCSI-0-000_DISK_GENERIC_MULTI-CARD-Target not ready
I'm trying to figure out which driver I need to install for a network adapter on a HP 2000-219DX Notebook. I saw the list of drivers for it, and got the Ralink 802.11 b/g/n WiFi Adapter driver file from another PC. I'm not sure how to install this or if I should use another driver altogether. What do I do?
Iím hoping someone can help me as Iíve tried everything (which my knowledge is very limited) that I know what to do and I am unable to fix the problem I am having.
I have a Dell Inspiron 710M which is no longer under warranty and yesterday I received the following error upon boot-up. The 710M was purchased in February 2006. Windows XP Home Edition SP3 was installed.
Phoenix NoteBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0 Copyright 1985-2002 Phoenix Technologies Ltd. All Rights Reserve
I reinstalled win 7 on my hp g7 laptop and now I can't connect to my router. I'm getting message to install network adapter. When I open network and sharing box and click on change adapter settings,the screen is completely blank. How do I fix this problem¬†if I can"t ¬†connect to the internet??¬†
I have a Dell Inspiron 15R SE 7520 , it has a AMD 7730M display card and an intel built in card , the laptop is running with the intel card and when it comes to enabling the AMD display card from the Device Manager , i get the following message : "¬†Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43) "