Facing issue in creating a Wi-Fi zone through my Laptop

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I am using HP Pavilion DV6 notebook and Windows 7 basic as operating system 64 bit. I am able to connect to Wi-Fi but facing problem in creating a wi fi zone from my system. I have tried many online software available such as mhotspot, but still not able to create it.  I have rebooted and reinstalled the Wi-Fi applications several times, but still not able to resolve the issue. The error message that I am getting is “No Internet connection available”. Please help in resolving this issue.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #174683

Facing issue in creating a Wi-Fi zone through my Laptop

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Solution 1:

The problem of connecting Wi-Fi zone is because of WWAN connection setting problem on your notebook. So try to download and install the device driver software for your HP Pavilion DV6 notebook from the official HP Pavilion DV6 website.

Solution 2: Reinstall the Wireless network Adapter Driver

The process of uninstalling and reinstalling the wireless network adapter driver will remove all the registry values and reset all configurations.

Solution 3: Update Wireless Network Adapters

Download and install the latest device driver for your wireless adapter can resolve problems with Wi-Fi connection.

Solution 4: Reset the hardware

Resetting the hardware of wireless network will resolve issues related to internet connection.

Note: If you are trying to share a Wi-Fi internet connection over Wi-Fi, you are not able to share like so.

Answered By 588035 points N/A #311330

Facing issue in creating a Wi-Fi zone through my Laptop

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Please remember: a Wi-Fi hotspot is just an extension created from your current internet connection. It is usually created so that other devices can connect to the internet without directly connecting to your Wi-Fi router. And since it is like an extension of your Wi-Fi network, you have to be connected to the internet or to your Wi-Fi network before you can create a Wi-Fi hotspot.

You won’t be able to create a Wi-Fi hotspot if your device or computer is disconnected from the internet. If you are using a notebook to create the Wi-Fi hotspot, first, connect your notebook to your Wi-Fi network and verify that your internet connection is working. Open a web browser and visit a website then try clicking some links to verify if your internet connection is working.

Once you verify that you have a working internet connection, start the application you used to create the Wi-Fi hotspot. The program should detect your current network connection and will try to establish a connection to the internet and create the Wi-Fi hotspot. If your notebook is connected to your Wi-Fi router but you don’t have internet connection, try restarting your router.

If the router has a power button, press it to turn it off then unplug it from the power for about ten to twenty seconds (10 – 20 seconds). Press any button on the router to drain any leftover power or to power cycle. After this, plug the router back to the power and turn it on.

When the router is ready, try connecting to the internet again with your notebook then see if it works.

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