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i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

in a state of frustration i accidentally deleted a driver. I think it was the astero driver and i downloaded it again via the hp website. it is installed, but my internet isn't (i'm using a friends verizon card). i don't know if my deletion of that driver/software did something severe and i have no idea how to get my wireless back working.

 

HP Pavilion dv6-3019wm entertainment notebook

windows 7 64-bit

 


Dean
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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

Please provide the hardware ID of this device from Device Manager and the device properties. This will help us to support you with the necessary drivers.

I am an HP employee.

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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

i will gladly admit i have no idea what i'm doing.

 

is this the information: Atheros AR9285 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter

 

Dean
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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

Please download and install the driver from the following weblink:

http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp50001-50500/sp50498.exe

I am an HP employee.

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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

Hey there I have the exact same problem, but I have a HP Pavilion dv6-6c11nr Entertainment Notebook. I have looked all over and cant find a download that works (even on this website). Can someone please help me out I am running windows ultimate 64-bit.

Dean
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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

Please provide the hardware id of the wireless lan card from the device manager properties.

I am an HP employee.

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Vidya

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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

i accedintly removed the programme rlink  please help me what to do

Dean
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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

Ralink driver can be download from the following weblink:

http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp56001-56500/sp56036.exe

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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

That's also happened to me, My Compaq 6910p was missing the WLAN driver, I can't seem to find the right download. 

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Re: i accidentally deleted a driver and now my wireless will not work at all.

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