HP Pavilion G6-2225tu Networking :: WiFi And Other Devices Drivers?
Jul 18, 2014
I have pavillion G6 - 2225tu and have installed windows 7 (64- bit). I could not find the wifi drivers and other devices drivers such as , ( bluetooth controller, PCI device, ethernet controller, etc ) .
LAPTOP MODEL: HP Pavilion DV6 OS: Windows 8 (although default OS is Windows 7) WiFi Adapter: Ralink RT5390 b/g/n WiFi adapter
I have been using softwares like Connectify and MyPublicWifi for quite some time now for hotspots, but all of a sudden since yesterday I'm not able to connect to the hotspot from my Windows Phone 8.1 device. I tried connect an Android Phone that didn't work either. I kept recieving a notification saying "Wifi network did not respond. Try again later". It seems like its some problem from the laptop and not the devices trying to connect to it.I tried rebooting the laptop multiple times, uninstalling and reinstalling the hotspot softwares and even created a hotspot using CMD. Even after all this I keep recieving the same message of network not responding. I checked the network adapters for any hardware changes, the drivers showed that they were functioning properly. I'm trying to share the internet from Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller.
I have been having some issues with the WiFi lately. Whenever i turn on the laptop, the internet conection is limited. i have to run the Windows troubleshooting every time i turn on my laptop to fix this.
I updated the Wifi drivers through Windows Update but the problem persist. What can i do to fix this?
I was connected to the internet through my WiFi connection but suddenly the PC restarted after which Windows wasn't showing any wireless networks (see image 3). When I went inside PC settings, it displayed a message (see image 1) that there no wireless devices on this PC. Even in the taskbar instead of the WiFi icon, the LAN icon is displayed. And under PC Settings/Connection, only Ethernet and VPN options are displayed (no wireless connections).I do not know what went wrong. Is there some external switch to turn on the network adapter?
OS: Win 8.1PC: HP Pavilion 15
In image 1, now Bluetooth device is shown after auto install of an HP update, but no WiFi networks.
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