I have a Toshiba Satellite M70-122, running with Windows XP. A few weeks ago, it stopped connecting to my wireless, but it connects to others. I can connect to my wireless with my cellphone, so it might be a problem with the laptop.And I can connect to the internet with the cable. It's just the wireless that doesn't work.
I have a Toshiba Satellite T110 laptop, and I've recently completely wiped the hard drive, with the OS (Windows 7) being wiped along with it. Anyway, I got a new CD for Windows 7 which was burned however, And once installed, I saw I couldn't find any wireless networks at all. It's like as if it's one of those old classic computers that didn't have wireless. So I bought a Windows 7 CD key online from my iPad. But I couldn't use the product key without Internet, so I did the activate by phone thing. After that it said windows has been successfully activated. Which I don't believe it has anyway. Could any of that possibly be related to my problem of not finding any wireless connections? My laptop was perfectly fine before wiping. my network card adapter thing is an Atheros AR8132 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller (NDIS)
Currently i have my wired router connected to my modem, with three desktops connected to it. I just purchased a laptop, and would like to be able to get internet on it, my question is what are my options to get internet on my laptop [wireless] yet still keep the wired connections on the desktops as is? And if thats not an option what would be the easiest solution?My laptop has a built in built-in LAN (802.11n), built-in 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet LAN with RJ-45 connector for quick and easy wired Web connection.
I have a Toshiba Laptop (M5) that will not connect to the internet. It was infected with something that I cleaned with Superantispyware but it will now not connect to the internet. It shows that it is connected both by wireless and wired but when I open Internet Explorer it cannot find the webpage. It is trying to open my homepage (www.google.co.uk).
I use my android as a mobile hotspot to connect to the internet on my laptop. My laptop says it is connected to the internets.d has a strong connection but will not load any page on internet. I use my mobile hotspot to connect to the internet on other devices and it works great. I am using windows 7 operating system and internet explorer for my browser.
I just got a new Toshiba Satellite C855D-S5357. It's running Windows 8. I can't get it to connect to my home wifi--it just says "Can't connect to this network" and nothing else. I did unplug and plug back in the router (does that count as resetting?) and it didn't change anything. I just went to the library and it connected to that wifi without a problem. While there I uninstalled all Norton security products and installed AVG Free 2013. Still not working.
Windows IP Configuration Host name: Emily Pimary Dns Suffix:
How to get my computer to work. Nothing that i've tried has worked. I've tried uninstalling Norton, typing cmd into "run" and using winsock and config/all. At this point I have no more ideas on what to do.
I have a toshiba windows 7 laptop that will not connect to the internet. I have a linksys E 1500 wireless router that has been working fine till today. It says I have great connection but won't open any webpages. I tried hooking it manually to an ethernet cable and it still will not connect.
Running Windows 7 on a Toshiba Satellite laptop. Had BSECURE web filter on computer last couple years but decided it cost too much. Uninstalled the program and now none of the web browsers will connect to internet (have IE, Chrome, and Firefox).I shut down Avast and Windows Firewall, but had no effect. Checked each browsers settings and all seems normal. The computer detects the wireless connection just fine.
My Toshiba Qosmio f60 keeps disconnecting from my router. The only way to fix this is to restart my pc which is a huge pain cause my laptop starts up at the speed of snail.
I just got my router a few weeks ago. It's the Netgear r6300 802.11ac, which supposedly has insane speed and great range, although my speed hasn't changed at all and i disconnect more often than with my old router.
When my laptop disconnects my iphone still remains connected to WiFi, even though it's the same distance away from the router, also no other computer in the house has these problems, though they are a floor above me (routers on the top floor).
I think my wireless card is the Realtek rtl8191se wireless lan 802.11n pci-e nic.
Okay so I have been troubleshooting my husband's toshiba laptop. Its only a couple years old, has windows vista, and works fine other than it wont' connect to the internet wirelessly. I looked at the adapter card and it says there are no issues and it will connect via ethernet, I just need it to connect wirelessly for school. I would try my wireless USB adapter but is in storage in Texas.
I have a Toshiba Satellite Laptop....Model PSLB8U 0D8038. I have a "Clear" (Brand name) wireless router internet service. I have having a problem connecting to it or any neighborhood routers. The network satellite is picking up the routers in the area but won't connect to any. When I hit windows network diagnostics, it is saying cannot be repaired automatically.
i have factory reset my Toshiba laptop un clicked ipv6 but a setting in vista only gives me local or limited connectivity and im unable to access the internet and my other Toshiba laptop allows me full access along with my phone allows full access to the wireless network therefore tells me the router is not the cause?
I'm using a Toshiba Satellite L455D-S5976 which is running on Windows 7 (32 bit). I've owned it for over a year now without any difficulties, but it's suddenly unable to access the internet. The wireless icon in the tray shows that it's connected to the router (a Netgear N300), but that it has no internet access. I ran the Network Troubleshooter and received the message: "Your computer is correctly configured but the device or resource (www.microsoft.com) is not responding."
I thought that it may have been a problem with the cable modem (a Motorola SB5101) or with my ISP (Comcast), but I found that the Wi-Fi was working just fine on my cellphone.I tried connecting the laptop via an ethernet cable (to both the router and the modem), but it still wouldn't work. I tried turning everything off and then on again, and still nothing.I then started the computer in Safe Mode with Networking. In this mode, it WAS able to connect to the internet. I don't know what exactly this means, or where to go from here.
I have a Toshiba Satellite L745, just a few days ago it stopped connecting to the Internet it still connects to the network but not the Internet. It's done this before but normally all I have to do is reset the router. I have tried everything I know ( which being a teenage girl isn't much) and nothing seems to be working. Also as far as I know the computer does not and has never had any problems with malware/viruses n' that stuff.
I recently installed a new router, TP-Link, and have security set for WPA2-PSK. I am able to access the internet fine with two Dell laptops with XP, and the Wii to play Netfix movies. The Toshiba computer with Vista says it is connected, but I can't access the internet. When I change the network setting to unsecured I can access the network fine. The Toshiba laptop is set to WPA2-PSK when it does not access network successfully.
I just removed some viruses from a laptop and I also did a system restore on it because it wouldn't start up right. Now I can't connect to the internet on it. I have a desktop and four other laptops that are connecting fine. I can't connect with Ethernet or wireless. It just says identifying and when I run a troubleshoot it say "Windows could not automatically detect this network's proxy settings". I have already try many things, disabling and enabling adapter, uninstalling it, downloading drivers, and I try some cmd stuff that I found looking around, but nothing is working. I'll take any suggest gladly and retry stuff I have tried already. It is a Toshiba satellite L305D-S5974 with windows 7 home premium. If you need anymore info on it just ask.
i have Toshiba laptop ,i just buy wireless netgear router for wireless net range but it does not work .its saw me the router acess point but some how my internet not connecting . its connecting with linsys but not with my router. its something which i can do ? am thinking of security system on the netgear properties.
I have been trying to connect to the internet with my new adsl2+ wireless internet with dodo, i rang them and they say its my toshiba laptop windows vista that is the problem, it says that i can connect to the internet and from their end it confirms it however when i open a web browser it always comes up with page unavailable, i can connect no issues to the net via the modem connection cable but i need to connect wirelessly asap?
We have a new Toshiba laptop running Windows 7 PremiumWe have a sitecom modem router which is fairly new and already providing wireless to 2 other computers.I have connected to the router with the new laptop but for some reason it keeps dropping off the network, either saying "limited access" or "no internet access"t is well within range so I cannot understand why it keeps dropping off the connectio
When I connect to my home network, I get 'No Internet access.' I am running windows 7 on a Toshiba Satellite laptop. I should also mention that my Xbox 360 won't connect either, but both of my friend's laptops as well as my phone do connect to our internet. Also, using my phone as a wifi hotspot works intermittently.
When I do ipconfig /release it says the following:
An error occurred while releasing interface Wireless Network Connection : An address has not yet been associated with the network endpoint.
No operation can be performed on Local Area Connection while it has its media disconnected.When I do ipconfig /renew I get:
An error occurred while renewing interface Wireless Network Connection : unable to contact your DHCP server. Request has timed out. No operation can be performed on Local Area Connection while it has its media disconnected.
I have an older Dell laptop (Inspiron 4150: 10+ years old) and it has an onboard 3com 10/100 ethernet adapter. I recently switched to a Doccis 3.0 modem from Comcast and the laptop doesn't seem to get along with it too well. Are there any options for me to be able to get a Gigabit ethernet adapter for this older laptop? As far as the expansion slots go, the laptop has a Cardbus controller (Texas Instruements 1420 Cardbus controller) and as far as the PC Card connectors go, it has 2(supports 2 Type I or II cards or 1 Type III card with the PCMCIA being 16 bits and the Cardbus being 32 bits).
Is there such thing as a Gigabit ethernet pc card that this laptop would support? If not, what other options are there?
My computer is a ToshibaL500 satellite with vista home premium SP2, i use a Realtek RTL8191SE wireless LAN PCI-E NIC adapter. I tried to connect to a my friends wireless router. My PC can't locate anything and i tried to refresh several times and it didn't worked.I tried to re-activate the adapter and it didn't worked, tried to update it several times manually and auto no use. Tried to fix it with Windows Diagnosis and it said the Windows wireless Service was off so I turned it on, unsuccesefully. The device manager says it workes fine.
Entered in safety mode with net same thing. Did ipconfig/ but i can't post it here because i'm using my friends Pc and it's all Portuguese ,Anyway theres 10 LAN tunnel adaptors all turned off with the discription of 6TO4 Adapter exept (18) with has isatap as the description: Phisical Ip is 00-00-00-00-00-00-00-E0 (6), wich is the teredo tunneling Pseudo-Interface and the 1st one (no number) wich is my internet provider aswell as my friend's one. All Adaptors are DHCP is not activated and Autoconfig is on.
I have been dealt with a very frustrating problem since Friday whilst I was at uni. My wifi completely went AWOL on me. I cannot get it to find any wireless connections within my range and I am absolutely certain there is more then 5 hotspots within my vicinity, so it has nothing to do with my internet/modem. As well as that other laptops in the family are running perfectly.
I have tried many things including: - System restore - Uninstalling, installing the driver - Restored the laptop back to factory settings ( ) - And most of the solutions within these forums
My laptop is a Toshiba Satellite L500D, running Windows 7