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11-28-2018 04:46 PM
i recently reinstalled the system windows 10 after copmuter crashed. wifi not showing any where. the computer is not showing any wireless capabilities. i can omnly connect through ethernet. what can i do
11-29-2018 02:41 PM
Hi it is hp omni 120-1124 originally came with windows 7 upgraded to windows 10 for when it was given free. Recently it was giving problems to start up. I reinstalled windows but the drivers are not being installed . i tried to do so from hp site .there is a problem and network drives not installing
11-30-2018 02:19 AM
So you have some sort of Mish-Mash of software installed.
"comp said a newer version is installed"
So you have not done a clean install then?
Ralink Wireless Network Controller Driver Update
|126.96.36.199 Rev. A||33.3 MB||Aug 15, 2012||Download|
|Ralink Wireless Network Controller Driver Update||33.3 MB||sp58084.exe|
- Interface type: PCI-e half-length mini card
- Data transfer speeds: up to 150 Mbps
- Transmission standards: 802.11 b/g/n
- Supported antenna connections: 1
- Operating band: 2.4 GHz
- Supported security protocols:
- Technology: Realtek RTL 8175EH
- Data transfer speeds: up to 10/100 Mb/s
- Transmission standards: 10-Base-T Ethernet
Do you have an Ethernet connection?
It is possible that the adapter has failed and needs replacing.
12-01-2018 04:03 AM
Since Omni desktop PCs have not been manufactured for quite a while, your best bet is to buy yourself a USB wifi dongle made for Windows 10.
That will get wifi on your PC.
Get yourself something on the order of an ASUS USB-AC56 if you want 802.11ac dual-band (2.4 & 5 GHz)capability.
Plug the dongle in, install the drivers, power it on and enter the password to your router's SSID and you will have wifi.
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