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Windows 7: Aopen 1557 laptop - No wireless adapter found

15 Jan 2009   #1

Aopen 1557 laptop - No wireless adapter found

Hello ,

First off , thanks for a great beta , never seen something as tight as this in betaform from MS before :)

the beta runs great on my desktop , but on my laptop it cant recognize the wireless network adapter.It recognizes all other components ,but not the wireless unfortunatly.

After a bit of searching I found out that its one of two adapters :
either its a Askey WLL3090(LF) 802.11b/g WLAN driver or a Intel 802.11g wireless adapter .

I have downloaded drivers for both ,but none of them wants to install.

During the 7 installation it told me "this adapter is not recognized" ,and in device manager I just get a yellow ! next to the name. Since it cant recognize it ,it simply named the wireless card "unknown network adapter".

When I tried to manually install the Askey adapter thru device manager,it told me that there was no driver files in the folder (although it was a .ini with driver settings in the folder) . When i tried to install the Intel driver I got the good old blue screen and a code dump.

I tried an application from Intel to find my wireless card , but it just told me there was no wireless Intel cards on the machine , but Im not sure ...

Any tips or links to proper drivers would be greatly appreciated:)

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15 Jan 2009   #2


Problem solved :) Got hold of a HP version of the driver (sp34487) ,like mentioned in another thread .

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25 Dec 2009   #3

7 Ultimate

Did you get the buttons to work on the left side on this laptop.
I'm gonna try that HP driver you suggested for WiFi, but it could be ok to get these buttons to work too

EDIT: I have tried the newest launch manager that is available from Aopen, but there is no reaction
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