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shayginat
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No wireless network button in bios

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Pavilion Gaming
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Hi I have a Pavilion Gaming laptop with windows 10 on it

yesterday I installed ubuntu 18.04 it works be when I try to use wifi it says no wifi adapter found.

i read instructions online all saying to enable wireless button in BIOS

but I only have internal network adapter boot and nothing concerning wireless.

Can anyone help please?

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praveen196
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@shayginat Welcome to HP Community!

 

I understand that the wireless button is not showing in the BIOS.

 

Have you run a wireless card test on your computer? 

  

Download and install the HP Hardware diagnostics tool from this link.  

Once installed, shut down your computer. 

Wait for a minute.  

Turn the computer On and keep tapping F2 repeatedly on startup to enter system diagnostics.  

Select the component test and run a wireless test on your computer.  

Refer to this HP Article for assistance.  

 

If the test fails or does not detect the wireless card, it could be faulty. 

 

Keep us posted,

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