Resolve Networking Issues in HP ENVY® 15 HD Edition
Tips to Resolve Networking Issues in HP ENVY 15 HD Edition.
HP ENVY 15 HD Edition system offers superior performance to its users and is capable of competing with other systems in its class. This system is highly durable average performance to its users and satisfies their basic needs and activities. HP Envy 15 HD Edition system comes with Intel Core i5-430M Dual Core processor with turbo boost that operates at a speed of 2.26 GHz and is equipped with ATI Mobility Radeon graphics card of 1 GB memory. HP Envy 15 HD Edition system also comes with a hard drive choice ranging from 320 GB to 640 GB. At times HP Envy 15 HD Edition users might come across some networking issues. These networking problems are caused due to entry of viruses in the system. Usually dissimilarity is noticed in the signal quality when any networking problem arises. Any malfunction in the hardware or software clashes can also cause various networking problems.
Some of the common networking issues that occur in HP ENVY 15 HD Edition and the tips to resolve them are given below:
- Network card crashes
- Dissimilarity in connection speed
Network card crashes
Network card crashes when any wrong or bad drivers are installed and used. Almost many of the networking issues arise due to the crashing of network cards. HP Envy 15 HD Edition users should stay away from wrong drivers to keep the system trouble free. Installing and using correct type of drivers ensures smooth functioning of the network card thereby reducing various networking problems.
Dissimilarity in connection speed
Dissimilarity in the connection speed is noticed when there is any networking problem. A good quality network card can reduce the networking issues and improves the connection speed. It is recommended to use only genuine drivers for the system in order to avoid various other system related issues. Using incorrect drivers can also cause various damages to your network card.
It is necessary to reboot the HP Envy 15 HD Edition system to power up the network card. The system reboot can come into effect only after performing system sleep. Initialization stage will start up soon after the access point gets a link with the wireless card. Rebooting is also another way if the users are facing any issues with the network card.