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Let me know the results. Hi landry01, welcome to the HP Forums. Message 2 of 7. Not to much more I can think of what to 8188eee.
Realtek RTL8188EE1T1R Wireless N Card RTL 8188ee – One Antenna Connector
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Message 1 of 7. Seem like it’s in the wireless. This topic has been archived. I can’t afford a new laptop or even a new wireless card right now, so I need to know if this is fixable, and if so, how. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. What is the model number of your computer? How can I determine what the problem is, exactly?
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Had my network provider even change my modem out to see if that was the problem. I’ve seen 8188ew issues on Google related to this particular adapter. I have update drivers. Almost invariably, upon rebooting, my Wi-Fi adapter driver will be gone and the Wi-Fi connection window shows that no connections are available, and upon looking at network adapters in Device Manager, the adapter is gone. It’s like the wifi shut itself off. I have the same question.
Can you refer to the Guide to finding your product number to find your product or model number?
Guide to finding your product number Which Windows operating system am I running? After rebooting the network connecting is there again.
Note on archived topics. I suggest that you restore the original driver using this method first: Message 6 of 7.