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104-unsupported wireless network detected

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December 22, 2011 1:17:32 PM

I have recently changed my motherboard and now the wireless card that was installed on it is no longer recognized. I cant get pass the bios check. If I put the card after the machine loads it works fine. I cant keep putting the card in and out.. Is there an easy fix for this issue. I have updated to the latest version of the bios.

HP paviliion Entertainment PC
My bios if F.45 processor AMD Turion 64x2 system board id: 30B8
Vista Business
Motherboard:
HP Pavilion DV6000 DV6700 Motherboard 443774-001
SKU = MB-HP-V283a
December 22, 2011 8:27:04 PM

You need the driver for the card, give up the model number of the card and we should be able to help.
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January 3, 2012 8:47:00 PM

Combat Wombat said:
You need the driver for the card, give up the model number of the card and we should be able to help.



Thanks for you help.. sorry it took so long to respond. Holidays were crazy busy. the model of the card is Atheros AR5BXB63-H. I tried downloading the drivers but none seem to work. This is the card that came with the orginal motherboard. the hp relacement number is 459339-001 (not sure if this helps). I also tried an Atheros AR5BXB6 card and I still keep getting the same error. I even tried an intel pro WM3945ABg but it did not recognize the card at all. On HP website they have drivers for an intel pro wireless adapter and broadcom wireless lan drivers.. Could this card not be compatible with my new motherboard?

Any help would be greatly appreciated..
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