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Wirless card non detect

Posted on 2008-10-08
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I replaced customers wireless card with a new one. Replacement was due to no wireless device in Device Manager. Since then I have the same bad luck with replacement card. Here are some of the things that I tried,

Load drivers from HP website, load drivers from Intel website, update windows to current status, update all drivers, flash the bios. re-insert wireless card. Reload O/S 3 times. None of these options worked

I am at a loss of what to do next.
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Is it card for a laptop or Desktop. Have you tried the card in a different machine to see if it works? IF it works in a different machine, and its a PCMCIA card, then it could be a problem with the PCMCIA slots on that machine.
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This problem is no longer with me. The customer has her laptop back. I was not able to sucessfully troubleshoot and repair the problem.

I do however want to offer my appreciation for everyone who assiten me in trying to find a solution.
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