08-21-2017 08:18 PM - last edited on 08-22-2017 06:55 AM by Majestic
I have ideapad 110-15IBR laptop and it have strange problem. When I start laptop, internet connection only showing LAN icon with red cross on it. If I check in Device Manager, there no wireless adapter driver is shown. So I need to restart the PC, then every thing goes normal. I have to do it on every time. This behavior was in windows 10 before and the same in windows 7 x64 now. Any solution for it?
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08-22-2017 01:56 AM
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11-04-2017 01:09 PM - edited 11-04-2017 01:15 PM
Hi, the scan done on my not even 2 year old desktop today, gave me the error message that the Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 Wireless Network Adapter failed. Internet is working via ethernet. Not sure if it has always been set up this way (ethernet) or not but I am not having any internet connectivity issues. My table and phone are connected to my WIFI and I am fully connected to the internet with those devices as well. Error code is W11251WJZ-BHHTS5. Don't mean to sound dumb, but what is this failure affecting. My internet is slow anyway (good old Comcast) so I am not noticing any issues. What does this mean and what do I need to do? I'm very disappointed to have a hardware failure on a device that isn't even 2 years old. My other computers I had for years before anything needed to be fixed or replaced.
By the way, I am not on any network.
11-24-2018 05:18 AM
I can't get on the internet to click on that link. Is there any other way to update my drivers? I keep getting a message that my Qualcomm Atheros QCA9377 wireless network adapter has driver or hardware related problems.