Cannot start the HP Pavilion dv7 - Intel(r) WiFi Link 5100 AGN

the WiFi has been disabled by the Device Manager, and I can't activate it

When I get in the Device Manager, one! sign was shown next to Intel(r) WiFi Link 5100 AGN, and I click Properties, the device status displays the message below:

"This device cannot start. (Code 10)

Click on 'Search for solutions' to send data about this device to Microsoft and to see if there is a solution available. »

When I click on "Find solutions", it displays 'could not load driver software' and no solution appears

I tried the function "update driver" and still no idea to him.

not the product. My dv7 is VQ971PA #AB5. Model no. dv7-2124TX is

Thank you!

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Hello

You have a few options in my opinion please try these steps can help you solve your problem.

(1) unplug the battery adaptor & then press on & press and hold the power button for laptop for 30 seconds then switch on and check if the wireless led lights.

(2) go to Device Manager then uninstall the drivers wireless network card and restart the device and check if the light is on.

(3) try to do a system restore to the date where unit was working fine.

(4) Please update the Bios driver & wireless from the HP website.

(5) click on start search type Recovery Manager, and then click on it once select Yes on user access control, and then select I need immediate help and then select driver and select request recovery driver wireless and install it and then restart the device.

(6) If you are comfortable with reinstalling the wireless card that will be on the rear panel of your device you can try this steps as well.

If you still have the same question so you must call HP tech support and get the replacement of the part.

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