I then also adjusted my wireless router so that the antennas point to my usual location. This thread is locked. Also I would suggest you to try updating the drivers for the Wireless Network adapter and check if that helps. I want to replace this card with something better, but of course compatible with the HP dv5 my specific model is dv5t The rub is that when one of the help desk techs gave me instructions to download a new driver, he specifically told me not to get the one from intel.
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However, you are limited to the: Anyway, the Intel WiFi card is a good one. I have a whole stack of new Ts here right now that have the Intel wiri in them that don’t seem to work with our access points. Thanks very much for your response and the link to linkk dv5t service manual!
Did you fiddle around with your network card’s advanced settings? IMO, you already have the better of any of the wireless cards that you can install in your PC.
Mahesh Babu G Replied on February 6, I attached a 3rd antenna wire and ran it out of the laptop, so I could use it as a “user controlled” aerial antenna. In reply to Isham90’s post on February 7, You can try a different card listed in the manual if you likn.
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Well long story short, i found this forum through Google and received some valuable tips to resolve my issue. Message 8 of 8. Suggestions for asking a question on help forums http: I did not expect to get help from unexpected quarters.
This one from intel I just installed over the one that wufi there. What supposedly can do better is a repeater, which is a node you plug in about mid-way between where your router and your laptop are.
Wired and wireless network problems http: I have the same question Wow, my bad for abandoning this topic I started. Symptoms are as follows:. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. And you know what?
We had the same issue a while back with Intel ProSet cards. I suppose you can use an external USB adapter but I would get one with an external antenna connected to it, because I would have to believe the 3 antenna wire setup in your notebook has to provide superior reception over a plain USB wireless adapter with an internal antenna as its only antenna.
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I had the wreless problem. Thank you very much. Thanks for marking this as the answer. This thread is locked. Updating the driver seems to have done the trick. I had thought that the is a better wifi card, but if it’s a nominal difference from theI guess I’ll just continue with my current one. Thanks to accurate documentation by Paul Knight that mentioned every single detail of his experiments.
What is the point of selling an upgrade product if it probably won’t work?
Message 24 of Your reply is very important for us to ensure a proper resolution. The signal appeared to be more reliable.
To help you suggest more steps to resolve the issue, I would appreciate if you could answer the following questions: