Network icon on the icon tray of W7

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by buitran55, Feb 6, 2009.

  1. buitran55

    buitran55 MDL Novice

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    After installing W7, many people face problem that the wireless icon on the tray appear too slow after the Windows logons (1-2 mins).
    Plz fix this problem, Thz alot ^^ :)
     
  2. Cornmeister

    Cornmeister MDL Member

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    I know some better ways to make a bug-report ;)
     
  3. zwaldowski

    zwaldowski MDL Novice

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    Install newer wi-fi drivers.
     
  4. foxhunter

    foxhunter MDL Member

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    I'm using a HP-Notebook with a built-in Broadcom-WLAN-Interface and the drivers shipped with Windows 7

    The icon appears with all other icons.

    Do you have a connection if the icon isn't shown yet?
     
  5. buitran55

    buitran55 MDL Novice

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    I'm using HP 6520s (Laptop) please send drivers for me ( Win7 - 64bit)
    Thanks
     
  6. foxhunter

    foxhunter MDL Member

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    Do you have read my posting completely?

    I'm using the drivers that are shipped with Windows 7. I don't use any additional drivers. Is your card recognized by Windows sucessfully?
     
  7. buitran55

    buitran55 MDL Novice

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    My laptop's installed W7 directly from MS, and it's activated online but it still got that problem. Not only me but many people meet that. Plz show me how to solve it. Thz a lot.
     
  8. foxhunter

    foxhunter MDL Member

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    Sorry, i don't understand you.

    Who has installed the laptop?

    Which other 'many people' have the problems too?
     
  9. buitran55

    buitran55 MDL Novice

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    I mean I myself install W7 on my laptop. "Many people" means people I met on my forum. They also faced and complained 'bout this. Really sorry for telling you unclearly coz English is not my native language. Thz u so much for caring this.
     
  10. foxhunter

    foxhunter MDL Member

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    No problem about your english, i'm also a non-native speaker ;)

    I never heard about trouble with any drivers which are included in Windows Vista (and Windows 7).

    I have used Vista before, also with the built-in drivers. No problems at all.