I have connected quite a few different machines (Mint, Ubuntu, Debian) to the target network, but none of those had the AR9285 chip. The network icon shows up just fine (I'm currently using a wired connection on the same machine), but with the wireless slider in the 'Off' posistion. If I click it to turn it on, the menu just closes. When you open it again, the Wireless slider is still in the 'Off' posistion. Interestingly, when you open up the Network Settings, the 'Airplane mode' slider is set to 'On', and this one you can turn on and off normally, though it doesn seem to affect anything (Bluetooth is always functional for example). I'm sorry I wasn't clear about the blacklist, but none of those options currently exist in my /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf file, they are just ones I've tried in desperation. For instance the ath9k module is currently loaded on my system.
Code: $ sudo lshw -c network *-network DISABLED description: Wireless interface product: AR9285 Wireless Network Adapter (PCI-Express) vendor: Atheros Communications Inc.
Load X Men Origins Wolverine Pc Game Crack Free. I cannot locate any Windows 10 64-bit Bluetooth drivers to connect my Jambox speaker to my HP 4520s Notebook. On the HP site, Win 10 is not even an option listed under Operating System but I've searched the site anyway. History: I did the Windows 10 Pro 64-bit upgrade with their download coming from Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. Device Manager does not show any Bluetooth device attached, and my attempts to pair the Jambox with the Probook results in no devices found. The Jambox worked fine with Win 7 drivers prior to the upgrade.
The Wi-Fi works perfectly. I have tried several Win 7 drivers, Win 8 drivers, and Intel drivers, but no joy! HP is unable to provide any assistance on this matter. Anyone have an answer?
Generic Bluetooth Adapter Driver for Hewlett-Packard - HP ProBook 4530s working on Microsoft Windows 7 Professional. Device Name: Generic Bluetooth Adapter. USB VID_03F0&PID_311D&REV_0001. USB VID_03F0&PID_311D.