HP Pavilion Dm4-2165dx Networking :: Cannot Get Connect To Wireless All Of A Sudden
Jun 16, 2012
I have a Pavilion dm4-2165dx with Windows 7 64 bit. I have not made any changes to the laptop or the network. All of a sudden today I could not connect to my home wireless connection eventhough all of the other machines in my house can still connect without a problem.
My wireless connection light is on and it is blue. I can still connect to the internet through wired ethernet into my router.
I tried a windows roll back and that didn't work either. The wireless drivers that are listed in device manager are:
Intel(r) Wifi Link 1000 BGN 188.8.131.52
Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter 6.1.7600.16385
Microsoft Virtual Wifi Miniport Adapter 2 6.1.7600.16385
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Product Model: E4X87PA Product Name: HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11-e004au Notebook PC Driver: Ralink RT3290 802.11bgn wi fi adaptor
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And I say it like that because the internet connection icon shows that I have network access and internet connection but none of my software or browsers are able to connect to the internet. I have tried updating the driver (both by checking driver updates and by downloading the drivers manually). I have also tried system restores and everything else I could think of, short of actually doing a factory reset on the entire thing. And I should also mention - although this issue has occurred several times now since I changed ISP (and yes, I called them about it too), this current time seems to be permanent since it has been hours and it is still not working.
I've seem to lost all ability to connect to or even find a wireless signal.
Normally after I log on the wireless indicator light on the F12 key goes from orange (off) to white (on) but for some reason its staying orange. At this time I get a message saying “wireless hardware cannot be detected”.
If I hit the F12 button to turn on the wireless signal I get a HP box that says – wireless is turned off “The wireless devices on your computer are turned off. To turn on the wireless devices, press the wireless button”. I do this and the message goes away but the wireless indicator light is still orange and I’m getting no signal.
It doesn’t appear that my wireless router is the problem as I can’t detect any signal from my neighbors or when I take my laptop to work, as I did before this issue popped up. I’ve ran my HP Support Assistant and Troubleshoot – Network and Internet Connectivity – HP network Check, but it doesn’t find any type of wireless device. The wired connection still works.
I just can't believe it, but i cannot install my wireless driver for my new HP Pavilion.Just bought it yesterday and clean installed win 7. Expecially the Wlan driver is missing in the drivers list from HP.
I am reloading my laptop and have downloaded all the wireless drivers listed on the HP support site for my machine. None of them are working for my wireless. I am running Win 7 32bit. Is there some other place I should be looking?