Wireless not being detected anymore

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  1. danhiman

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    Hello, i have a hp tx2000 windows vista 64 tablet laptop. My wireless broadcom 8o2.11i wlan card. It was working fine for a long time. I have have a nvidia geforce go 6150 card. I tryed a driver update on it, worked once, but then no. I back dated the grafic driver, no good. I have updated the wireless driver, new bios driver, and tried systems restore no good. I have uninstalled the card and re-installed the card and no good. Of course i have remove the hardware and reinstalled no good. Sometimes when i do a avg or windows memory scan, it will work again, but only become disabled once i but her to sleep, then disappear once restarted. I have done a safe start and uninstalled the driver and and restarted, no good. Help. HP is no help. I have read about the nvidia lawsuit. This is nuts.
     
    danhiman, Jan 10, 2010
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  2. danhiman

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    is some windows update providing a bad driver? first, go to the HP site and
    download their 802.11 driver. Make sure it is working. Then change automatic WU
    to download but not install. Going forward, do not install any WiFi driver from
    WU.

    I never had this issue with my TX2000 x64 with Vista and it still performs
    wonderfully under Windows 7 x64.



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    I have done the 802.11 driver back up, new download from Hp, a couple of times and no go still.
     
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