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Laptop's wifi not working

I have hp pavilion g6 laptop nowadays it's wifi is not working showing limited access so how to recover this problem please suggest any solution

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Re: limited access

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The most common reason: you don't use the right password for the WiFi. Delete the connection data (ssid, password) and enter them again when defining it again.

In such cases it doesn't work at your current location, but it does work on public hotspots and elsewhere (if you make the connection correctly). Try that if it keeps going wrong where you are now.

Post was last edited on October 30, 2017 1:33 PM PDT

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Thank You

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yes I tried but it fails to recover I think I have to update my drivers
anyway thanks for the suggestion

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Re: update drivers

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I've yet to see that helps. Can you tell after you did it?

Post was last edited on November 22, 2017 12:10 AM PST

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On My Older HP G6, I Had To Use a USB Wireless Adapter

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Although I also tried updating the drivers but eventually, the onboard wireless simply failed. So, we purchased an expensive external USB wireless adapter, disabled the onboard wireless in Device Managed, plugged the new adapter into the USB port of the laptop, and the connection worked perfect again.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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delete from manage wireless

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yep or probably he can go to search the manage wireless
and delete the network he use first sometimes when you change something in you pc
or change the ID computer ,or change the wifi set up the wifi cant regocnize your pc

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solutions for your wifi problems

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1.Check whether Another Laptop / PC is connected to Internet?

2.Check your Internet Connectivity: If you have consistent connectivity to the Internet using your Smartphone?

3.Check whether Another Laptop / PC is connected to Internet?

4.Connect the Laptop to your Router using an Ethernet Connection Cable directly to one of its LAN ports.

Post was last edited on December 6, 2017 4:53 AM PST

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