Atheros Driver for DV7-1245dx.
Hello, I recently had a failure of the HD on a DV7 1245dx. Put in a new HD and install Vista Home Premium 32 bit, I went to the HP website to solve my driver problems. All the drivers seem to be working fine except for one problem. HP does not have my Wireless driver listed, I installed the Broadcom driver nothing works, uninstalled and installed the driver from Intel. Still, no luck, so I removed the back panel of the laptop and observed card and its FCC ID numbers and the number of the IC. Trace the numbers online and it is an Atheros wireless card. GoTo Atheros.com and they clearly say that they offer no support for the driver and I need to contact my manufacturer. I'm obviously between the hammer and anvil and Im going to hunt down my driver to the atheros.cz I can't assess the security of this Web site. HP simply cares customer support/service more. I had this problem in the past, but it has been easily resolved by finding a similar pattern around the same date of production and to do this way. My clients now see why I never recommend products HP to them... any help? or I have to wait for Amelie to send me the recovery disk that probably does not have the right driver even when...
http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/genericSoftwareDownloadIndex?cc=us & DLC = in & LC = on & softwareitem = ob-69093-1 & JumpID = reg_R1002_USEN
If all drivers are working, then you should be able to run Windows Update and have it automatically detect and install the drivers.
My original adapter seems to be a shortage - couldnot find a replacement for adapter for dv7-1245dx. but after buying power 90w slim - I noticed that it was not listed as being compatible according to the compatibility list, should I buy another card and if so, what are those who will it take me?
If you purchased the HP 90W Slim Power adapter HP part: BT798AA #ABA, you can use it with your model.
However, I would recommend HP 90W Smart adapter HP Auto part: ER691AA #ABA
Due strategies COMPUTER in my company, I can't use the Windows XP.
I have my work a M30X Satellite with a mini wifi PCI board, the model is Atheros MB51 and code is AR5BM5 (I think that this is a part number).
My real operating system is W2k.
My problem is that I can't find the driver for this model wifi for Windows 2000.
I found the drivers for Windows XP Home edition.
People know, how can I get this driver?
Have a generic driver for this wireless card?
I have the same problem with my infrared in this notebook.
Please, give me information to solve these problemns.
Thanks in advance,
Unfortunately this device is not supported for W2K. Please check this page http://www.idicalif.com/LasVegasTechnical2.htm. Below drivers Toshiba driver WiFi Atheros 802.11a/b/g with support Cisco/WPA for Windows XP / 2000. I put t know if it works, but you can try it.
I install Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 (64-bit) PC portable HP 2000 - 2b09WM of my wife.
I found a post on this site, which gave me a link to sp63802.exe, a driver for Qualcomm Atheros AR9000 series Wireless LAN Driver for Microsoft Windows 7, downloaded from http://h20566.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?swItemId=ob_123851_1
This driver has not worked for me.
Now I remember this same situation, once before. This ethernet card requires a 32-bit version of Win7? Or is there another driver, I can use?
It seems that the Web site is down.
You might have used the driver Realtek LAN series HP 2000z-2 to 00, which is a complete set of W7 x 64 drivers that can be used on your model.
Because the site doesn't work, use the ethernet driver directly from Realtek... second one on the list.
noise stopped on the DV7-6B57nr # A1T85UAR #ABA A6 Vision W7
? problem with IDT driver?
? reinstalling driver for AMD Hi Def Audio device would correct the problem?
Please respond by email that I am currently in the Mexico... Thanks, kj
Try the following.
Download IDT Audio Installer on the link below and save it in your downloads folder.
One time finished, open windows control panel, open Device Manager and open sound, video and game controllers. Right click on the IDT device and select uninstall - also, you should get a command prompt to delete the current driver, check the box allow this and then proceed to uninstall.
When you are done, download and reinstall your graphics driver on the link below, as it will also reinstall the Chipset drivers and driver Audio HDMI AMD.
Once the relocation complete, shut down the laptop. Then disconnect the AC adapter and then remove the battery. Press and hold the Power button for 30 seconds. Reinsert the battery and plug in the AC adapter.
Robinet tap away at the key esc that you start the computer to launch the Start Menu, and then select f10 to open the bios menu. Press f5 to load the default values (sometimes it's f9, but the menu below indicates the correct key), use the arrow keys to select 'Yes' and press ENTER. Press f10 to save the setting and still use the arrow keys to select 'Yes' and press on enter.
Allow Windows to fully - charge it will automatically load an audio driver, but let just this complete. Then open your download folder, right-click on the IDT Installer and select "Run as Administrator" to launch the installation. Once this done, do a right-click the speaker icon in the taskbar and select playback devices. 'Speakers and headphones' left click once to highlight, and then click the Set Default button - check if you now audio.
DP - K
Loads of reading on the internet about this Vista Local Access Only. Recently moved property and now guess what this PC cannot connect via wireless, never made any other device.
Tried to configure IPv4 only etc, still have questions.
Is there a link to check the latest version of the driver for the laptop computer help section, HP doesn't seem to make it easy to locate and download?
Thanks for the link... Hard to find this driver on the HP website no such direct link!
I continued to research on the web and found similar version driver.
Product: Atheros AR5007 802. 11 b / g WiFi adapt
Class material: Net
OS: Windows Vista 32-Bit
The driver date: 10/01/2012
Immediately huge, up and running.
Of course the driver via rlink will allow you to correct excatly the same as...
Thanks again for the response...
I have a Pavilion dv7 and I need to replace the HARD drive, I searched online for a replacement hard drive for her but I'm not sure of the good replacement of hard drive I need. service number is .theres dv7 - 1237cl a lot of picks and I used to make sure that I get the good Hdd but I don't want something cheap. what I have now, it's 500 gb Hdd and 4 GB ram upgrades I can do would be helpful too. I have 5 Hps and this my favorate a .i woild be thankful for any Hiep.
Thank you very much for yor assistance I'm buyin the hybrid drive today and I will continue the ram as is for now and upgrade later. Once again thank you
I found supposed links drivers for this PC for x 86 XP audio material, but the only one I had to install successfully is for Vista. I have legitimate need and fully functioning x 86 XP drivers for the audio hardware in my DV6-1245DX.
I have audio, currently, but the main problem (only) left to solve with this laptop becomes the audio sockets (headphone) at the front of the thing to work. I guess the mic socket probably doesn't work properly, either, but I have yet to try it.
It is VERY IMPORTANT that these plugs work, I have GENERALLY produce music early in the morning and I like / NEED to strong volume. I don't want to disturb my neighbors (in the next room), so it is quite critical that these outlets are working properly.
When I connect my headphone completely, no sound is transmitted through them either. If I plugged half I get mono from them (one side of the works helmet), and the product always laptop sound, too.
Can someone please link to an x 86 XP driver for the audio hardware inside my DV6-1245DX? I don't want to have to wait 6-8-infinite weeks for my windows 7 free upgrade to get here (which, by the way, forced me to buy vista first. Please do not participate in it, HP!)
Try this driver here.
This is your driver win7, but I got confirmation from a user in this forum while he works great under XP.
Before installing the audio driver uninstall the first an old man of your system.
Just reply on the results.
I don't know what it is, it just says: missing. I took a screenshot.
no idea what it is and where to find the driver?
HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection here
the installation of the product order pilot .txt
* "Portege R200, PPR20E" * "
is mention two drivers Atheros for internet:
* Atheros AR5001X Mini PCI wireless adapter V184.108.40.206.i120 ALL 40 *.
* Atheros Client Utility V220.127.116.11 ALL 41 *.
The Atheros Client Utility is still available in the download section of Toshiba:
[click on: http://de.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp?service=DE&selCategory=8 & selFamily = 194 & selSeries = 235 & selProduct = 585 & selSho rtMod = 413 & language = all & selOS = 10 & selType = all & yearup load = & monthupload = & dayupload = & useDate = null & mode = al lMachines & search = & action = search & macId = & country = all & page = 11 & startPage = 11]
Although I can't find the Atheros AR5001X Mini PCI wireless network adapter
which seems to be to make the laptop works with wireless LAN.
How can I do run on the Portege laptop wireless lan?
It would be nice if someone could help me!
Thank you very much
Just visit the link given by Akuma and download Atheros driver for OS you have installed on your laptop Portege. Client utility is not so important, and you can configure the WLAN connectivity by using standard Microsoft settings.
I have been in communication with Microsoft and HP technical support both on this issue.
Can we please have a time frame on how long before that we will have a driver for the wireless card that is in this model the actual 64-bit?
I don't want to sound rude here, but Acer has been much easier to get around the problem of driver for windows 7.
Microsoft did confirm this evening that there is no 64-bit for this AR5007 driver and back to HP.
Atheros seems to deal specifically with suppliers more with the support of its prodiucts, as it is my return to HP after six years of absence and the fact that my company is jumping through the hoops for the HP partnership, I would like an honest answer from an employee of HP.
How long before that this driver is available in 64 bits?
Until that time, all of the product is worthless for me as a professional and as a student for the simple reason that when you try to use a suppliant of security required for authentication, the network manager crash when using the measure of 802. 1 x. Microsoft has identified that specifically a driver related issue because there is no driver 64-bit available.
Not to play against each other here, but in my profession and in my studies, I tend to promote these products that seem to work better and where assistance is available. The Acer also contained an Atheros card, but it was changed to use a broadcom driver in Windows 7. No idea why or how, I know that it works and it supports the Cisco PEAP supplicant, which is an important issue with the dv7-1468nr and Windows 7 with the Atheros AR5007 wireless device.
Other related driver issues such as the multimedia remote that might be expected given that windows 7 has not officially released, but when I contacted support on the card reader does not not (another feature that works out of the box on an Acer hardware), I was told basically sorry charlie, good luck. Fortunately, I was able to locate an XP driver for the card reader works. The media remote is a trivial question, but the wireless is a serious problem. If it cannot be resolved within a reasonable time, I fear I will be boxing it up to return to where it was purchased, as defective. the deployment is in a few days...
lets hope that we can really appropriate at this time that drivers.
After three long sessions with Microsoft and a few sessions where I was not very tolerable with the "apology" given for drivers not made available via the website of HP, I was able to refine the exact question to something other than a real driver file.
If the question was not in fact the driver file, it does not change the fact that HP should provide drivers on their website that they will BE supported for all operating systems promoted regardless of the version (Home Basic, premium, professional, ultimate, etc..). It became a problem in my final conversation of a HP technician before they gave me a link to a driver file real 64 bit, of course claim immunity from liability for any damage as a result of the application. The link of this driver is here.
Now for the real root of the problem.
On the new installation, there are several devices that have remained unknown in Device Manager.
Day after day, a lesbianism HP drivers and applications to solve problems.
What was actually the connection magaer crash on trying to manually create a connection by using the Cisco's PEAP Protocol was a corrupt application of Cisco installation. Through the process of trying to repair the installation and actually manually change the registry and remove all traces of the application with Microsoft in the remote session, it was determined that the system had become corrupt and need a fresh 'custom' install.
After installation, using all the HP and Microsoft drivers only, (no application of third party still installed) I have successfully install the 64-bit application Cisco PEAP for 64-bit Vista and create the connection which is required.
To date, there is only one problem with this laptop and I expect a fix from HP for it in the coming days.
The HP MediaSmart application for this machine special 64-bit is always just a touch unstable running Windows 7 Professional.
I hope that it can save someone else the days of frustration I endured everything in trying to solve this problem.
I have a HP dv7-1245dx laptop AMD with a Wireless G Wifi Atheros ar5007 card. I want to update my WiFi card for 802.11n more speed fast and really would like if I can get bluetooth at the same time the new wifi card. Any IDE?
In case anyone is looking for a solution... I did some more research and found that a
Atheros AR5BXB92 AR9280 HP 482260-001 wireless adapter
works very well.
I bought a Probook 4530 s with an Atheros AR5B195 WLAN & Bluebooth card, but I can't find the Win 7 drivers on the support page (or any work of drivers also on the Internet)...
I was looking at this page and can not find the necessary drivers:
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Yes, I understand, that this card is also a bluetooth device, but * no * od drivers for the card.
This is correctly referred to in the description of the files (and I also tried to download these drivers, but they did not work).
But I was lucky to find even more of this forum and found this topic:
When it was suggested to try this file:
Although it is not listed specifically for my WLAN card model I tried anyway and works out of the box.
Thank you all!
Hi, I have a Pavilion DV7-1245DX, P/N NB231UA, w / an AMD processor. I would like to know what the MAX RAM I can put in this laptop. Thank you for your help, Chris Santor
The following specifications, max is 8GB:
How to add a 2nd hard drive for HP Pavilion DV7-3165DX, product # WA794UA or WA794UAR.
(1) classification of the HDD, hard drive, hardware kit. Disc kit HARD material includes mounting rails, static shield, screws, insulators in rubber and SATA cable from the motherboard. Check your model & product # to ensure compatibility.
Material of parts HP HDD Kit 517639-001 for DV7-3165DX product # WA794UA and WA794UAR.
(2) training of consult - Windows 7 PDF, table of contents, 7 replacing a drive in secondary hard drive Bay. This will show you how to install a 2nd HARD drive in an HP DV7.
(3) to select a Windows 7 computer, select the installed HDD, Format (if not already formatted).
(4) if the drive HARD does not appear in Windows 7 under computer, go to the Start Menu, find programs and files, enter "Computer management", select storage, disk (Local) management, look for the 2 HARD drive Bay (should appear as disk 1, Bay 1 HARD drive should show as disk 0), Format of the 2nd HARD drive (the one that you just installed).
Update: I have the 2nd HDD (WD 1 TB) installed, Windows recognize now after completing the steps I mentioned in step 4, Format with default allocation NTFS 931,51 GB free, 118 MB USED to put in shape. Format exFAT to allocation by default 931,51 GB free, 1 MB used to put in shape. I chose NTFS format to reduce the fragmentation of the file.
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