What is wrong? When pressed it only switches between off and disabled. Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean or Post new question Post new question Question Reply Topic Options Subscribe Mark Topic as New Mark Topic as Read Float this If anybody knows how this can be I would be interested. this content
I find this interesting and weird as well since I've not once been able to see any wireless networks. pretty_whistleJanuary 19th, 2011, 05:50 AMI've solved this whole thing - The problem is this Ubuntu version has a bug, which I'll be reporting. Device manager still says that the wireless card is working properly though so I think something from HP may be interfering and keeping the wireless off. 0 0 « Previous 1 Any other suggestions? http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Wireless-and-Networking/WLAN-disabled-in-HP-Wirless-Assistant/td-p/37224
If I have helped you to resolve your issue or answered your question, please click the Options link in the post that helped you and then click on the "Mark as Windows Mobility Center Wireless Off Greyed Out The problem is that there's nothing in the BIOS that has anything to do with disabling or enabling WLAN.Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! I may not have the answer but it may help. Doesn't exist in settings window.
Solved! Hp Wireless Assistant Windows 10 It's some Ubuntu only issue. The other forums point to the hp wireless assistant that allows me to "Enable" my wireless adapter. Things sometimes start working after a reboot.
It is not obvious, but selecting each of the two lines and clicking them has the effect of putting a tick mark against them and switching on both networking and wireless Reply 1 1 dlturner00 Top Student Posts: 5 Member Since: 04-20-2012 Message 4 of 33 (58,986 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: My wireless button doesn't work Options Mark as New Bookmark Wireless Lan Disabled So, making the SSID 'visible' not only didn't work, it made the connection attempt WORSE. My Wlan Is Disabled How Do I Enable It Expert: Viet - Network Tech replied3 years ago.
To me it is definitely related to Linux, but also an issue somehow with the AP and the method of encryption used on WPA/2. news Learn How to Post and More  Community News  Best of the Community Blog  Notebooks Notebook Operating System and Recovery  Notebook Boot and Lockup  Notebook Wireless and Networking  Notebook Audio  Notebook Video, Ugg, but not surprising. pretty_whistleJanuary 19th, 2011, 03:32 AMCan I muddy the waters a bit? Hp Wireless Assistant Disabled
Some routers have a mixed mode ability to allow for a/b/g or a combination there of... Hp Connection Manager Another point I would like to make. What are the consequences for my o.s.?By the way, an hour before that, the Support Assistant icon in the taskbar signalled I needed to update.
This ethernet cable is connected to the routers internet port. Make the SSID visible. 2. Reply 1 1 NJUGUNA Honor Student Posts: 2 Member Since: 03-15-2012 Message 4 of 10 (25,806 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: HELP! Hp Drivers If it IS part of whatever's wrong connecting, does anyone have a clue on how to fix this?
With this disabled, the computer cannot connect via wifi. When the WLAN turns off the button in WA is grayed out and still says Turn off. When I boot into Windows, it always works however. check my blog Reply 0 0 « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » Related Documents HP PCs - Troubleshooting Wireless Network and Internet (Windows 10)Troubleshooting Your Wireless Network and Internet Connection (Windows 7)Troubleshooting
Yes the one I'm on right now through iPad Expert: Viet - Network Tech replied3 years ago. But, I suppose that this is necessary for laptops to save on battery power. Does the router handle the network address translating and IP assignments for the access point, or is the router configured only as a switch allowing the modem to handle the DHCP? I have Ubuntu on dual boot with Windows.
Go to Wireless Adapter, set it for Maximum Performance on Battery. I'd call that one a 'smaller bug' since it left 'enable networking' checked as if it were actually working. Wireless still showed disabled. SSID is currently set to 'hidden'.
She says she never used it. I clicked it and wireless became enabled. Here's what it does : -while on Ubuntu, the wireless button light stays on even if I turn the button OFF. -when I boot to Windows, the wireless is set to In fact, the LED indicator was on, and you could turn it off and on again with the hardware switch.
I filled in the info to 'connect to a hidden network' and when done the wireless icon sort of blinks (for lack of a better description).