There are no other Yellow Exclamation marks - only that one. I tried the Dell Driver you mentioned Troncosco. My alpha has problems sometimes since being on 10. Yellow Exclamation mark disappears from the Hardware List. see here
I ended up getting my first M17X replaced with a new one because they couldn't fix the first. http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/DriversHome/?c=&l=&s=&cs= I'm out of ideas of what to try next? Alienware 11, Alienware 14, Alienware Alpha R1 & R2 5 Save Changes Cancel Hardcore Roguenc • Try disconnecting the killer wifi network manager. Sh happens I bet it'l be fine. 4 Save Changes Cancel Noob trazor79 • TheDude1656 said: Ok, have had my 17r3 for a few days and it has been a constant
The Alienware was advertised to have the "Killer Bigfoot Network" and came with the software that has its own interface. Or ask Dell. 3 Save Changes Cancel Noob TheDude1656 • Everything seems connected from what I can tell. It doesn't have any problem after rebooting windows. It may be something bad Despite that I' know the driver is the BigFoot Network Killer.
It refused to install. Scanning my devices with a third party program came up with one missing driver: @system32\drivers\pci.sys,#640;Network Controller [UNKNOWN DEVICE] Chip: Atheros Communications Detail PnpID VEN_168C&DEV_0030&SUBSYS_20011A56&REV_01 Vendor Device @system32\drivers\pci.sys,#640;Network Controller Chip Vendor Atheros I noticed another guy on here with the same problem. Alienware Laptop Wont Connect To Wifi I have installed drivers off killer's website and have the same problem.
Log in or Sign up Computer Forum Home Forums > Computer Hardware > Computer Networking and Servers > Alienware MX17 R3 WIFI Not working on Windows 7 Discussion in 'Computer Networking Wireless Switch On Alienware Laptop using Windows 7 64bit, DW1501 Wireless-N WLAN half-mini card. LatitudeClear New Member Messages: 5 Only had my beast of a laptop for the last 3-4 months now. https://na.alienwarearena.com/forums/thread/117378/general-1/alienware-17-r3-wifi-wtf/last I've tried using the Everest Hardware Detector and while launching it gives me the blue screen of death.
Service tag: 39J84Q1 I keep getting ”wireless capability is turned off”, “the adapter is not connected”. https://www.computerforum.com/threads/alienware-mx17-r3-wifi-not-working-on-windows-7.206203/ All Rights Reserved. How To Turn On Wifi On Alienware M17x I have tried to install new drivers, disabling the killer software etc. Alienware Wireless Not Working Symbol comes up but it doesnt pick up any wifi networks in my area.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? my company WWAN AutoConfig is checkmarked ON but the Status is "Stopped". They can schedule a technician to come out and look at it. Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. Alienware M17x R3 Wireless Not Working
Drivers seem to be up to date. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... LatitudeClear, Jan 10, 2012 #1 johnb35 Administrator Staff Member Messages: 38,712 Wirless switch on? http://sortpictures.net/not-working/alienware-no-sound-from-speakers.html I ran diagnostics and found this: WirelessSwitch on wlan not installed wwan not installed Is this what's causing the problem?
But while looking over the list I found a "Bigfoot_W74_A02_Setup-W9MN5_ZPE.exe " that was labeled under "Dell-Driver Wifi" Seems like I've tried them all but I'll give it another shot. Alienware M17xr3 Drivers I believe it is a driver issue for sure and not anything specifically related to the AW17. The software installs fine.
Troncoso, Jan 11, 2012 #5 LatitudeClear New Member Messages: 5 I took a break from this issue for awhile and just used a ethernet cable. I have had the same problem and now I am waiting for a new laptop. BIOS - wireless network enabled, pressing that little antenna button on the laptop does not help. What is with their garbage wifi???
Intel is perhaps the preferred card and who may have less problems. 3 Save Changes Cancel Noob TheDude1656 • Well I have uninstalled anything to do with the killer software and Rich S. 1 Save Changes Cancel ARP King Alien addict • I believe its a Windows 10 issue. Everything is up and going great now besides a pretty big thing. great post to read On the Dell website two of these are listed.
http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/DriversHome/?c=&l=&s=&cs= I'm out of ideas of what to try next?Click to expand... So this is really weird. I have reinstalled drivers multiple times and still will get disconnects after a bit of wifi use. I have installed drivers off killer's website and have the same problem. I am I have tried multiple wifi routers as well and its still the same problem and none of my other wifi devices have any issues.
I simply can't connect to wi-fi. Hopefully there will be updates available soon. 3 Save Changes Cancel Enthusiast LinkRS • Howdy Folks, Flakey WiFi and the Killer NIC are synonomous. Some folks have problems, and othes do An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. Just wondering how many more out there have had there's for a few days now and experienced the same problem.
I have reinstalled drivers multiple times and still will get disconnects after a bit of wifi use. I have installed drivers off killer's website and have the same problem. I am With over 12+ drivers to choose from and not able to find any documentation on this subject. Perhaps there's another driver I'm supposed to install with that one - and have to do it in the right order?