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Wireless Module Not Supported WLAN module ID (702)

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My computer is  HP Pavilion G6-1320eg. I had windows 7 and we upgrade to 10, My WLAN card doesn't work for wi-fi, and I order a new one, works perfectly also on device manager found the driver and you can see, but if restart computer or on startup  I get an error code that says that my system is halted because the wireless module installed is not supported. I have to remove the device and restart it. 

If I remove WLAN card, restart, and on ON computer put back card everything worked fine until startup computer.1.PNG2.PNG0-02-04-d1c4c5f27875ced4a08a3cd72e071605cbdc11fea7d86ee7f9eb5a3288c326b1_full.jpg

Any idea what I need to do?

 

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Paul_Tikkanen
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Hi:

 

it is not the same sps number and hp part number.

 

You need to buy a wifi card with the exact same sps number & hp part number.  This seller ships to Ireland, I see.

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/RALINK-RT5390-HP-COMPAQ-RT5390-Half-Mini-Pci-e-WiFi-Card-SPS-630703-001/254...

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