Have the Centrino 6325 on a clean install win 8.1 x64. It stops connecting to wireless networks after resuming the computer from standby, or turning it on from 'hybrid' shutdown. The connection panel says that it is off but the network and communication center and the device manager says it is on:
Only a proper restart will get it to work again. I can also use airplane mode without issues.
I have tried reinstalling the drivers, no help. They are the latest version (220.127.116.11).
This is all the software on the computer from Intel:
Any ideas? This did not happen before my clean install. Thank you!
-Addl information I saw others being asked for:
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(Driver update utility recognizes the driver as 18.104.22.168 but below it says it does not exist...)
Intel System Identification Utility Reference Number: 0264 0118
Date Created: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:08:22 PM
ADVANCED SYSTEM INFORMATIONComputer Manufacturer Hewlett-PackardComputer Model 1851Operating System (O/S) Microsoft Windows 8.1Operating System Build (O/S)(build 9600), 64-bitOperating System (version) 6.3.9600O/S Language0409System RAM 8.1 GB.NET Framework Version3.5.30729.4926CD or DVD Device hp DVDRAM GS30NSystem Hard Drive OverviewSystem Total Storage Size:1.6 TBLocal Disk E:931.5 GBUsed space:44.2 GBFree Space:887.3 GBLocal Disk C:698.3 GBUsed space:224.6 GBFree Space:473.7 GBLocal Disk F:350.0 MBUsed space:346.3 MBFree Space:3.7 MBMemory DetailTotal Physical Memory8.1 GBAvailable Physical Memory4.8 GBTotal Virtual Memory2.0 GBPhysical Drive1MakerPHDModel3.0Silicon-Power DBBus TypeUSBPhysical Drive0MakerModelHitachi HTS727575A9E364Bus TypeSATAPhysical Drive0MakerModelHitachi HTS727575A9E364Bus TypeSATAInternet Browser Internet ExplorerInternet Browser Version 9.11.9600.17207 CHIPSET INFORMATION Chipset Software StatusIntel® Chipset Installation File (INF) detectednot detected Detected Chipset INF Versionnot detectedChipset INF Statusnot detectedLatest Version Availablenot detected Detailed Chipset Informationhttp://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/inf/sb/cs-009266.htm Intel® Chipset Identification Utility GRAPHICS INFORMATIONGraphics Product Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000Graphics Driver Version not detectedDriver Statusnot detected3D AccelerationYesHardware Transform & Lighting Support YesVideo Memory...
Hi Logan_D, I noticed the Intel® Chipset driver is not detected, we recommend this driver to be the first one to install. You can get it from the link below or from the system manufacturer's website.
Intel® Chipset Device Software (INF Update Utility): https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=20775 https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=20775
Secondly, try uninstalling and reinstalling Intel® PROSet Software: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=23726 https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=23726
Kindly share the msinfo32 report if the issue persists. The steps are: press the Windows* key + R, type "msinfo32" and press OK, select File, Export. You can use the Advanced Editor to attach the file when replying. Perhaps you may also get additional information from the Windows* Event Log at the time the issue happens.
Thanks for replying, joe_intel.
I performed those tasks but unfortunately, the issue remains. The newly available 'Wifi Manual Diagnostics' says 'Hardware radio disabled' but using my keyboard toggle, restarting it in device manager, etc. doesn't change it.
Event viewer events of interest:
//Resumed from a standby//
Error 7/24/2014 11:51:08 BTHUSB 17 None
Warning 7/24/2014 11:51:02 WLAN-AutoConfig 10002 None
Warning 7/24/2014 11:44:27 Kernel-PnP 219 (212)
msconfig file attached. Thank you.
You may try resetting the TCP/IP stack.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/299357 How to reset TCP/IP by using the NetShell utility
I have some questions:
-Reset the TCP/IP stack, no help
-It last worked before HP replaced my system board due to a known issue with the Ethernet port. I wiped the computer and sent it in. Upon reinstalling Windows 8, the issue has been here.
-It did not work without Hyper-V. I removed Hyper-V and the problem is still here.
-This is a fresh, full install of Windows 8.1
-This is the original wireless adapter that came with the computer.
So, there was indeed a hardware change. Did you inform HP* about this issue? Perhaps they need to double check about this replacement.
It may be helpful to update the BIOS too.