Update Atheros Driver for "Local access" only the wireless. HP G60 laptop

Hello

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?

Thank you

Dan.

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Hi Paul,.

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
Version: 9.2.0.480
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...

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