Wireless network blocked by the Device Manager on HP 450 G1

Hello I'm a newbie. I installed windows 7 on my new 450 Hp g1, and everything works fine except the wifi.

When I open the hp connection manager it says that wifi is disabled in Device Manager.

I tried all the drivers from the hp site and none of them work.

When I open the Device Manager it shows me that he found under the name "other devices" controller network, but it is a small triangle on it and won't let me to install a driver that I found on the hp Web site.

So please help me and thank you.



This driver should work...


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