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How can I determine what the problem is, exactly?
Realtek RTL8188EE1T1R Wireless N Card RTL 8188ee – One Antenna Connector
However, today none of this has worked and I’ve resorted to using an ethernet cable. Seem it might be any issue with the wireless. Let me know the results. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Could you be more specific? Post as a guest Name.
My go-to solution thus far has been to uninstall the driver and reboot, or uninstall the driver, reinstall it using the HP Recovery Manager, and then reboot. Seem like it’s in the wireless. Sign up using Email and Password. When these freezes happen, I have to hard reset by holding the power button. Recently, I’ve had some really frustrating issues dealing with the Wi-Fi that could be indicative of a larger problem, possibly hardware failure. Almost invariably, upon rebooting, my Wi-Fi adapter driver will be gone and the Wi-Fi connection window shows that no connections are available, and upon looking at network adapters in Device Manager, the adapter is gone.
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All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. If you have a question create a new topic by clicking here and select the appropriate board. Sign up using Facebook. However, when I view hidden devices, it is there. Does anyone have any idea what the problem is? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
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Seem that when I’m on the internet my wireless drops me from the internet. I have an HP laptop model: Guide to finding your product number Which Windows operating system am I running? Message 3 of 7.
Tried all posted with no results. Message 4 of 7.