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Dear Experts,

I recently purchased a HP dv6 3110se laptop with Windows 7 Home Basic Operating system (64-bit).
Wifi Problem:

I can connect to the internet using the LAN without any problem. When ever I try to connect to our wifi it connects for only 3-5minutes and then a yellow mark appears on the wifi icon. I have check all the settings (ssid, security/encription settings) including password. They are all correct. Any suggestions?

Thanking you for the prompt reply.

Thanks,
Candace
 
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by:JAN PAKULA
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can you go to windows updates - and check if you have any updates of drivers for your wifi card - it will be in hardware section (optional)
If not look for new driver for your wifi from wifi card vendor - not Hp one

Jan MA CCNA
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by:houssam_ballout
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Did you update the driver?
Create another user profile & try?
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davy999 earned 750 total points
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Try turning off wireless Zero connection

STEP 1
Boot up your laptop and authenticate as per normal.
Click on start button
Click on control panel
Click on administrative tools
Click on services
Pull the bar on right side of screen to bottom and locate "Wireless Zero Confi..."
Click on "Wireless Zero Confi..."
Click on the startup type button and change from automatic to manual
Click on apply
Click on ok
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by:candace1x
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The solution was helpful.
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