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I have a HP Pavilion TX2000 tablet PC with me with windows 7 OS running on it. I used to access the Internet using my D-Link DIR 615 wireless adapter on the tablet and it used to work quite fine until one day, when I hibernated my Windows 7, the wireless went off and the problem seems to persist even after my hard efforts to clear it.

I checked if the router works fine, and yes it did as my iPod was still catching wireless signals on the other hand, when I checked mu device manager, I realized that I now had no wireless driver. I checked on HP's website for one, but ironically even they didn't have wireless drivers meant for my tablet for Windows 7.

Please help me find a solution to this problem.
Further queries will be entertained as frequently as possible...

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Try the Vista driver from HP. – Moab Feb 19 '11 at 16:03

You can try to install one of the Windows XP drivers on their website using Compatibility Mode. If it doesn't work, you can always roll back or uninstall the driver.

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I tried doing it with the Vista driver. Yet, it didn't seem to be working. – ikartik90 Feb 12 '11 at 6:33

You may have run into this Nvidia overheating chipset problem, which affects the tx2000 line.

See also Warning to tx1000/2000 users, which is referenced in that first link.

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  1. Right click on My Computer.
  2. Click on Properties, then click on Device Manager.
  3. Connect the Computer to a Wired Network.
  4. Then right click on the Driver and hit Update then "Search for drivers online".
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The point is that the driver is actually not at all showing up. :( – ikartik90 Feb 19 '11 at 17:03
does he hardware show up? – chriss Feb 20 '11 at 14:50

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