07-17-2012 10:18 PM
Reply to Jcremayer
If your question refers to post by edsilha at 07-15-2012 09:55 PM, this process will not delete any of your personal data nor applications you have installed. It only resets the defaults associated with booting and power saving modes.
09-09-2012 12:30 PM
Ok this worked for me, however every time the laptop is shut down or restarted the problem is back, and i must do the whole process over again. is there no way to make this fix permanent?
09-10-2012 03:37 AM
La carte "459339-002 Wireless LAN 802.11B/G Card" est hors service. Il faut soit la remplacer, soit ajouter un Wireless LAN sur clé USB externe.
The card "459339-002 Wireless LAN 802.11B/G Card" is out of order. You must replace it or add an external Wireless LAN on an USB key.
09-10-2012 08:06 PM
Ok so I ended up doing a restore to a date a few weeks ago and that solved the problem. To do a restore go to start button and in search bar type 'system restore' then hit enter and pick a date before you had this problem.
09-20-2012 12:59 PM - edited 09-20-2012 01:02 PM
This bug affected my father's laptop, and the fix below should work for any HP/Compaq laptop that uses the "HP Connection Manager" to control the wireless card.
1. Open HP Connection Manager
2. Click "Preferences" button in bottom right corner
3. Choose "Device Power" tab
4. Check box titled power on device when starting Connection Manager
5. Restart computer, or completely exit HP Connection Manager and restart it
*** If you are having trouble finding how to close connection manager, click on the small up arrow in the bottom right of your screen in the bar near the clock (says "show hidden icons" when you place the mouse cursor on it). Right click the blue icon and select exit HP Connection Manager, then click the Windows button and search for HP Connection Manager to restart it.
12-13-2012 09:50 PM
HP Tech support just walked me through fixing this problem.
1. remove battery and unplug power supply
2. press and hold power on button for 30 seconds
3. leave battery out but plug power supply back in
4. press power on button and then tap on the f10 key immediately (a number of times)
5. the bios setup menu appears
6. select reset defaults
7. select save and exit
System boots and the wifi key turns from orange to blue
This solution worked for me. I had the same problem. WIFI button always shows orange and wouldn't turn on. I tried the above steps and it's back
01-04-2013 06:22 PM
As soon as you put thebattery back, it doesnt work. So, it is not solved. Please HP take the word SOLVED out of this thread. It is not solved and you guys should provide us with a real new driver for W8. A lot of people in many forums are saying they wont buy an HP product anymore because of this.
01-04-2013 08:06 PM
My notebook is a HP Pavilion dv7-6c95dx Entertainment Notebook PC. I just called HP and the Indian guy told me that HP doesn't support Windows 8 and so that the best solution will be to go back to 7. Is this a joke? HP management people in the US are telling these guys in India to say that?
BTW, In the instructions, I can't get into the BIOS. Clicking F10 or Escape does nothing while booting.
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