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June 19, 2014 9:26:19 PM

Hello, i've got an hp 620 which wireless conection suddenly stopped. My drivers are gone and the led in the button stay's orange. The laptop won't detect the card. I've read it's a Ralink RT3090 but i'm not sure. I've tried a lot of things but restore to factory settings nothing works. Is there any way to turn the card on manualy like connecting both wires on the card? It's not showing in the device manager panel.
Does anybody know what kind of adapter this card need.
I've tried thel pro/wireless/3965ABG bur that showed the yellow triangle.

Greets,

Arjen

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June 19, 2014 9:29:50 PM

Try updating the drivers.

It's an old laptop. Maybe dead. At least the wireless. Try an ethernet cable.
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June 19, 2014 9:34:40 PM

i7Baby said:
Try updating the drivers.

It's an old laptop. Maybe dead. At least the wireless. Try an ethernet cable.


Hi, ít's working with the ethernet cabel. How do i know that the wireless card is dead? I've read that there are a lot of problems with this kind of laptops.
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June 19, 2014 9:37:48 PM

All HP and Dell are bloody nightmares.

Now that cable is working, try to update the wifi card driver. Check Control Panel, Device Manager whether its working.
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June 19, 2014 9:43:21 PM

i7Baby said:
All HP and Dell are bloody nightmares.

Now that cable is working, try to update the wifi card driver. Check Control Panel, Device Manager whether its working.


tried that but there is no driver to update, its completely gone, also the recovery manager is gone and when i trie do install it its not installing correctly.
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June 20, 2014 3:30:46 PM

i7Baby said:
Well then its a dead un. Stick with cable or get an external eg - http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_i...


Thanks, i've put in a usb dongle for my wifi.
The internal card was dead indeed, its a common problem for this kind of laptops.
It's a factory fault, and there is no other solution than an new (aftermarket) card because an original will give the same issue after a while or buy an usb dongle like i did.

Greets.
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