Wireless :: Fujitsu Laptop Don't Have Ad Hoc Or NIC Adapter Icon?
Mar 24, 2013
I want to add hoc to my laptop in order to share internet connection with my cell phone so I'm searching under network center to share computer-to-computer internet connection ,but this icon didn't appear and I don't why. I really want internet to my mobile
I've been told that connecting wirelessly with a fujitsu is very difficult. systems use windows to connect, however i've been told that fujitsu block the windows attempt as it has its own settings/system it wants to use (some form of default). I have been told there is a way to connect 'blocking' the fujitsu attempt to stop connection via windows and it will work.
On my laptop I have intermittant problems printing to my wireless printer due to slow speeds and timiming out, also loading online pages seems very slow.I have 2 of these fujitsu laptops and they both behave roughly the same.
Intel Pro/wireless 3945ABG driver 10.1.1.7
I have not updated it, and not sure if it should come from fujitsu or intel anyway setting on network adapter:power management - default - based on computer preformance (I tried changing to highest-did not work)transmit power - default- highest power setting (cannot change for some reason)this is from this laptop.
wired speed is 13M down 0.81 up, wirelss varies from 1-1.7M 0.78 -0.8 up
I have a 15M package.I downloaded Xirrus, attaching the screenshot. My network is highlighted.here are some of what I can find:
Speedtest Wired down 13.2M up 0.81 ping 10ms wirless down (varies)1-1.7M up 0.78 ping 26-104ms Dlink DVA-G3810BN/TL setting: 802.11bg mixed WPA/AES
Today my Fujitsu laptop failed to connect. I assumed it was the laptop but after connecting my mobile to my router, my phone wouldnt work. After approx 2 hours on the phone to TalkTalk engineers and testing with another laptop, and getting my phone working by entering a password into my phone (that I believe was already in there), the guy said my laptop is bust due to something breaking inside that prevents connectivity. I cant remember what he called it now, maybe something like 'wireless connectors', but that could be totally wrong on my part.As I sidenote, I noticed the laptop took ages to reach the desktop screen, then the picture behind the icons had expanded slightly so I couldnt see the edges of the picture, and the icons were slightly fuzzy/blurry.
Recently purchased a Lenovo Ideapad Y580 and performed a fresh install of Win 7 Premium 64-bit on a new SSD. Installed latest drivers for all hardware but discovered after the install that my wireless adapter wasn't able to find any wireless networks (it worked find under Windows 8 when laptop was first unboxed). My wired connection works fine though, I am able to connect up to my network without issue using a network cable. Also, I am able to connect to my home wireless network without issue using another laptop.In addition, the adapter icon in my tray shows a red-X on it. I've found many issues through web searches that suggest driver updates or hardware disable/enable steps but neither of these approaches have worked for me. I am holding off re-installing my OS until I've tried some more simpler and less time consuming options. [code] When I run a hardware test via the Intel Wi-Fi manual diags I get the following: "Wireless Hardware is not bound to transport driver".
I have a dell inspiron 2200 (old, I know!) It had wireless when I was given it, but the computor programme was updated to Ubuntu, then back to windows, and now the icon has dissapeared. I don't have the manual, and I have no clue about how to get it back...b
I am working with windows xp Connected wired(ethernet) Now i am struggling with network connection problem when i checked in Control Panel-->Network Connection options i found that there is no LAN icon displayed And the "NETWORK ADAPTER ICON" is missing in Device manager.what should i do to connect to internet and to get the network adapter icon
Whenever I plug in an ethernet cord into the integrated ethernet port in my laptop, I do not get a connection and the "Local Area Connection" icon doesn't show up in the Network and Sharing Center or the Device Manager. When I do plug it in, the "Local Area Connection" icon shows up for a second saying it's unplugged and disappears. I have tried different ethernet cables as well as an ethernet adapter (which does show up in the Network and Sharing Center, but I still don't get a connection).
My laptop is a Dell Inspiron N2010, I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit, and my ethernet port "RealTek PCIe GBE Family Controller".
Just installed windows 8 on this laptop, everything is working fine, it has all the drivers etc. It does not seem to be picking up wireless for some reason. When I press the quick launch button for wireless absolutely nothing is happening, however it can pick up internet with the ethernet cable from the modem. Had a read of this and tried to install the FSC Launch Manager from the Fujitsu website still to no avail. Cant be the operating system either as it the same problem arose when i install a version of xp yesterday.
I'm using an Acer Aspire 5532 and just recently set up my own network with my Cisco WRT120N router. I used the installation disc and set up a WPA password, named my router, and my network. For the installation, it seemed I could not even start without physically linking the router to my laptop with the included rollover cable. I finished that, and ever since my wireless adapter has been disabled. Whenever I attempt to enable it, I get an error; my laptop shuts down and I'm presented with blue screen. The only way I've been able to get back to normal is to reboot in safe mode and than do a system restore.
Any good solution to connect to TV and be able to browse internet wirelessly. I did some research and their were 3 categories:-1/Roku/Boxee kinds set up boxes where they have their own user interface, they connect without laptop and are economical but are limited in terms of conetent of internet you can see. I think you dont have the browser inbuilt with these, even if it there then it is genrally cumbersome to browse through their ever evolving interfaces.Additionally you cant view contents on your laptop(obviously you are not routed via a laptop!)2/USB wireless adapters like Warpia where you hook one usb enable device like a pendrive in your laptop and connect a small base to TV which is also wireless enable and then these two transmit A/V signals. Sounds great as then your laptop becomes the source and remote. this is closest to my need but i am not sure of over all practicality of the solution. 3/Nettops where you buy a cheap nettop and hookup the nettop to TV and use wireless keyboards and mouse to browse the contents on TV 4/I saw some gaming consoles like Xbox and PS3 offering the ability of browsing intenert over TV, though for this purpose this may not be the best solution...but this I considered due to price comparision with nettop.
Recently i am experiencing "limited connectivity" on all of the networks I try to access the internet with my laptop.My computer runs Vista Home Premium Service pack 2 and has an Atheros AR5B91 Wireless Network Adapter. To this point, I have tried turning off the wireless functionality on my laptop and turning it back on as well as disabling the adapter and re-enabling it through Control Panel --> Device manager.I have run into this problem on a home wireless network, a 3G mobile hot spot as well as a public wifi connection.
My computer is a HP Laptop Model Number DV2815EA running windows vista 32 bit. Its a few years old. Recently i have had problems with my wireless adapter turning itself off whenever i watch videos online. It doesn't happen all the time, but if i am watching something for more than an hour it will cut off. There is a blue light and a switch on the front of the laptop, and when the wireless adapter is off, the light changes to red.
The light will change to red sometimes whilst watching video, and the only way i can turn the wireless back on is if i restart the system. Even if i activate and disable the wireless adapter using the external manual switch, or the internal controls using the wireless assistant. Also, not sure if this is relevant but i can no longer either watch videos on full screen as the image gets jolty.
Things i have tried:
1) restoring the system to a previous restore point - i tried this but for some reason the only restore points i could find were ones dated after i started noticing the problem.
2) reinstalling the wireless adapter driver and video card driver.
3) running a full 6 hour antivirus scan - I am using Eset NOD32 antivirus and also i scanned using comodo cleaning essentials.
I just got new desktop and the wireless internet is about half the speed as my old laptop. The network adapter on the new desktop is 802.11n Wireless LAN Card, the laptop has Atheros AR5B91 adapter. the wireless router is a netgear N300.
I have Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop, which I bought 3.5 years back. The laptop used to work fine before. I just shifted home 1.5 month back. Previously I used to have the wireless router always close to my laptop, so I never realized this issue. Now the wireless router (802.11n) for Fibre optics internet is in the ground floor and my studio is on 2nd floor. In my office latop, which is a new one, I get 3 out of 5 signal bars and get 34-56 mbps signal. But my Dell laptop does not get any signal, but when it is closer to the router it works fine.
if I buy an USB network Adapter device which is n series and supports upto 300mbps signal, then will it improve the situation? If yes, then which devices are preferred and how can I know whether that new device is compatible with my laptop settings (as this is a bit old one) or not? If not, then how can I improve the wireless reception? I have tried with booster etc already. I have also updated the network adapter drivers.the wireless card I have is: Dell Wireless 1395 WLAN minicard?
I have an SMCWBR14S-N4 router, and I'm using a usb wireless adapter that says it supports n, and promises speeds of 150 mbps. My signal strength is excellent, yet my speed is only 54 mbps. This is the only wireless connection on my network, I have 2 PCs connected at 100 mbps, and a Dish DVR connected at who knows what speed.
I've been trying to read questions and answers from others online, and I keep reading that ISP speed plays a role. How does my ISP's speed affect my wireless network's speed? (Plus, I run speedtest.net all the time and my download speed is usually 260 mbps.)
But my question is simply why is my speed so low and what can I do about it?
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 220.127.116.11 OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit Processor: AMD Turion(tm) 64 Mobile Technology ML-34, x86 Family 15 Model 36
ok here it goes. I have a hp tx2000 laptop using vista with a alfa awuso36h usb adapter to connect to the internet. Ok heres the problem i was using this setup to connect to my neighbores wireless internet with no problems for about 2 weeks(yes they know and are fine with me using it). But within the past week (actually all of a sudden it wont work) my program that came with the adapter shows alot of networks with full signals but when i connect to any of them it shows connected but wont actually bring up the internet. When i click on i.e. It says i.e. Cannot display the webpage. And if it actually does take me to google it will disconnect for no reason and reconnect to a random network thats available. my neighbors connection i was using just all of a sudden quit working and if i try to connect to it , it says cannot connect to frontier87. Also the other networks that show up sometimes will say the settings saved on this computer for this network dont match the requirements of the network, but sometimes the same network will connect but wont actually bring up the internet. I guess i just want to know what has changed to make me not be able to use a network that worked fine for me last week.
my wireless connection has stopped working and won't repair itself.I have uninstalled it and rebooted my laptop (as suggested in a previous thread) but it's still not working. I have a Toshiba Satallite Pro L300 laptop.I went to the Toshiba site to find a download for the wireless adaptor but couldn't even find my model number on their system. I can get on the internet by plugging directly to the modem, and my internet provider suggests it must be the adaptor. I'm too scared to randomly download stuff from internet in case it is rubbish and mucks up my computer.
I have an Asus Model U56E. Recently the wireless has been disappearing whenever I turn off my laptop. What I mean is that when I turn on my laptop, the wireless doesnt seem to exist. I go under device manager and all I have is the eternet and my bluetooth device. About 85% of the time, when I go under "action" and click on "scan for hardware changes" the my Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N1030 will show up along with the Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adaptor and I'll get my wireless back. However, when my laptop turns off, the same thing happens.
In addition, my fn F2 button no longer seems to work. I'll press on it and majority of the time my light that signals that the wireless is working does not turn on. Most of the time it stays off whether or not I am connected to the wireless
This is what I already attempted to fix it, based on googling for answers: 1. Under the properties of my wireless and miniport adapter, I went under power management and unchecked the box that says "allow the computer to turn off this device to save power"
2. I went to my laptop's power plan and changed all my wireless adapter settings "power saving mode" to maximum performance for both battery and cord
3. I went to the intel website, had it look at my laptop wireless system and followed their recommendation of installing an updated wireless software thing. All that happened was that it told me to disable my old wireless and then install it. However, even though I followed their instructions, it continued to repeat the same message. I had to perform a system restore to get my old wireless back
4. I disabled wireless console 3 (by Asus) under programs and it seemed to work. My laptop was getting connected whenever I turned it on. However, the next day my laptop updated itself (b/c of my system restore) and I am back to the same situation except my wireless console is still disabled.
its possible to connect to the internet via usb adapter to my laptop, then connect an access point to my laptop so my ps3 can connect wireless?.....the reason i ask is my connection is on the 3rd floor, which cannot be moved, while my ps3 is in the basement and barely has a signal and keeps logging out out of psn....
When i try to connect to internet i get error message this computer does not have a network adapter installed and configured. i have opened device manager and there is no dropdown for network adapter, it was working fine untill this morning my computer is packard bell imedia x2414 with windows vista x 86 i previously had router connected with xbox 360 connected by wired connection and was working fine and upgraded my graphic card to nvidia 9400gt.