i own an THOSHIBA SATELITE M300 using WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE SERVICE PACK 1 and recently my laptop has stopped finding any wireless networks. Other laptops connect via wireless to the hub without any problems so it must be a problem with my wireless card. Ive tried turning off my hub, as well as system restore and uninstalling my wireless device and letting my laptop reinstall it but it hasn't changed anything. my device manager says that my wireless card is working fine.Even i reinstalled the drivers.
I live in student halls where we only have connection to the internet via Ethernet cables and for some reason it seems to have stopped detecting the cable. I remember I had the same problem when I arrived and I think we eventually resolved it by disabling then re-enabling the adapter, but this time that doesn't seem to have solved it. It also seems to have been triggered this time by a Windows (7) update, but doing a system restore doesn't resolve it. The cable and wall socket both work and I've tried my laptop in different rooms but it still won't detect a cable. I've checked device manager and everything seems to be functioning properly, but the port doesn't even light up when a cable is plugged in.
I have a router setup that worked for me for months, suddenly, it stopped detecting the wire connected from the POE adapter.When the wire is directly connected to my pc, the connection works and i have internet. But when thru the router, the WAN Light is not even lit.Btw, just for checking purposes, I tried connecting a wire from my pc to the router wan port, and the WAN light lits up.
My Toshiba Satellite Pro laptop has suddenly stopped detecting my wireless network. IT detects every other network in the area but mine. Other computers in the house have no problem detecting and connecting.Wireless is enabled, it happens no matter how close or far from the router. The network is set to broadcast the ssid, etc. I have not changed any settings on my laptop or router, this has suddenly started happening. Have updated drivers to no effect.Occasionally, the network pops up when I re-start the laptop. Rarely works and sometimes it will detect the network, then fail to connect, then the network can't be detected at all.
My PC usually shows me a list of wireless connections when i click on that icon.Today, however, it is not showing the list and displays the following message instead:'windows cant configure this wireless connection.' no list, so i am not able to connect to my network.i tried setting up a wireless network through wizard but to no avail. I dont know why this is happening. i got a new wifi modem. i cant even blame the new connection alone, because before that my pc at least used to show other inaccessible wireless networks in the list. but today it shows nothing.i have a windows xp.
I have a Compaq Presario R3000. It did not hav a wireless card or antenna. I purchased and installed all. I uploaded the drivers and there are no ssues(apparent) with the drivers.I have a Broadcom g Network Adapter. Windows Zero Configuration is started and set to automatic. I reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults using netsh winsock reset catalog and I rebooted.I am lost and don't know what else to check. Also, this machine doesn't have a wifi button that I can see but the card is
I have attached screen prints in various formats.The machine is a PB Easynote TM01 laptop running Win 7, using built in wireless and for some time I have been exeriencing hit and miss internet/network wireless connections.With my limited knowledge I have managed to identify that two of the network adapters are not showing in Device Mnaager when there is NO connection but are showing when there IS a connection.I think this indicates a faulty (or knackered) network adapter.I now have no connection whatsoever and haven't for about a week.I have plugged the machine into the modem now and internet is fine, but what is the point of having a laptop that can't sit on your lap when it is plugged in.
url...My wife was using her Toshiba A215-S5837 and all of a sudden, wireless goes out. No networks to be found. I've tried any number of drivers I could find. I have also tried using the driver as suggested by many places (including the previous thread), found on the CZ site. No luck. I just tried safe mode and updating to no avail. Though Windows 7 is not kind about letting you install a driver initially. I uninstalled, and plug and play took over so I was forced to do it via update.
My laptop doesn't detect any wireless networks. It used to and should, but It hasn't for quite a long time. It stopped detecting them around the time I signed up with my current ISP. I have a dell Inspiron 9300 laptop w/ Win XP sp2
When I click on the Wireless Network Connection icon it says "Wireless network unavailable." There's also an error message that says "The Dell Wireless WLAN Card is disabled. Use the Dell Wireless WLAN Utility to enable it." When I right click on the wireless network icon it says "No wireless networks were found in range. Make sure the wireless switch on your computer is on. To see an updated list, click 'Refresh network list.'" I don't have a wireless switch. I have a wireless enable icon and it says Enabled. My wireless network is working because my phone sees it and two other networks in the neighborhood. I couldn't find the Dell Wireless WLAN Utility. I also tried my iPhone hotspot. Laptop did not detect it either.
I have an HP Pavilion notebook that was given to me by a friend who had upgraded to a new computer. Due to the fact that she no longer remembered the password to the computer I did a clean install of Windows Vista Home Premium to gain access to the computer. Unfortunately, while the computer seems to be running perfectly, when I attempt to find network connections my computer not only can't find wireless connections, but it doesn't even allow the option of manually creating a wireless connection under my Internet options.My computer has a built in NVIDIA nforce Network controller listed under my network adapters and when I check its status it states that it is working properly, yet it doesn't detect any wireless networks. In addition to this, I've read online that the wireless indicator light on my computer should switch from orange to blue when turned on, but even with my wireless switched on the light remains orange.I've also clicked the update drivers option on the NVIDIA network controller, but it states that the drivers are current and changes nothing.
I have a Inspiron 1520 which came with windows Vista and I recently did a Windows 7 clean installation. There were no drivers specified for Windows 7 in Dell Driver Download so I installed Vista drivers, connected to internet via LAN Cable and upgraded most of the drivers.
WiFI networks could be detected when installed for the first time but after a shutdown it never detects again. Sometimes it randomly detects, I tried using the laptop for 2 weeks now and only 2 times the WiFI automatically came up.
There is a switch to pull after turning on WiFI radio, which will display the list of WiFi networks in a window, that Switch is not responding now.
His laptop is windows7 installed and it's unable to connect to the home router. It worked until afternoon, then the laptop was off for a while and since then it's not connecting. Rebooted both router and laptop several times. Other devices in house connects to the router but the laptop shows no connection present.
My laptop suddenly stops detecting my home wifi network, when all other laptops n gadgets in the house is able to. I am able to see other available wifi networks but not mine when it is just 2 mtrs away.
I have a dell vostro 3700 and have had it for about 3 years with no problems. Lately it has been picky on when it will let me use my home wifi it will say "restricted use". Then today it stop working all together and says that no network connections are available, but they are because everyone else's computers in my house are working.
I have setup a new wireless router and then connected to my laptop, my netbook, my ipad and my mobile.. I had no problems initially but the problems arise when sometimes my internet connection goes off.. after that when i switch on the internet connection then, all my device are back on track except for my laptop(HP Pavillion DV6000)
This problem gets solved automatically only sometimes when i restart my laptop. otherwise it does'nt detect my own wifi SSID.. it detects my neighbour'snetwork but not mine
working fine till I reinstalled windows 7, now detects all my neighbors wifi, but not my Asus wifi even tether wifi from my smart phone detected & connected fine.SSID not hidden, Windows Firewall switched off, No antivirus installed yet, System restore didn't work, device driver up to date. [code]
I currently own a Sony Vaio Laptop that has been working fine for the last 2 years, I was happily on facebook when all of a sudden, my laptop started lagging massively and it disconnected me from wifi, I was shocked to find that when I tried reconnecting, the laptop decided to stop working for a second and my wifi stopped working completely, every time I disconnect the Ethernet cable from my laptop even though my wireless switch is on, it won't even pick up my Virgin Media superhub I have about 5 meters from my laptop, it indicates that there is NO wifi anywhere, just the ascending bars with a big red X on it
Today i just brought Diablo 3, played it but i started to get disconnected from the server.(i know this sounds like a game issue but it is not) So i got bored from it and shut it down. No sooner did i do that my internet started to disconnect on me. i mean that one min it is working the next it is not. then i worked fine for a bit. But about 30 after it stopped my wifi router stopped connecting to the web, I tried to reset it multiple times but to no avail. I though it was my modem but i plugged in an old router i have and it connects with no problems. so those facts leave me to think there is something wrong with my wifi router. i had a spare brand new one sitting around and it did the same thing as the old one.
I turned on the monitor (I had left the system running) and it said that it had recovered from an unexpected shut down. It didn't automatically connect to the wifi, so I opened the connections window to connect to a network and it said "Windows cannot find any networks." I refreshed several times and nothing happened. I clicked the option underneath "Diagnose why windows can't find any networks," and it came back with "This computer does not have a wireless adapter installed and configured." I then opened up the device manager, and under network Adapters, the only thing is "Intel(R) 82566DC-2 Gigabit Network Connection." I checked it out and it says it's working properly, and I believe that this adapter is for when you actually connect a cable directly to the PC.
My laptop has recently stopped connecting to my wireless network. There is nothing wrong with the router as all my other wifi devices still work on the network (xbox 360, flatmates laptop etc.) so I assume its something to do with my laptop.I have tried restarting the router and it hasnt worked, neither have any of the windows tools. I have run ipconfig/all while the the connection was down and will post the report at the end of this post (I am currently connected to the internet with an ethernet cable).I have checked that all my drivers are up to date and they are so I dont think that is the problem either. [code]
I originally bought the 615 router because my Net Talk telephone required it. The first Wi-Fi device I used is my Kindle Touch. I have been able to use the Wi-Fi several times since I received the Kindle, but there have now been two failures to connect. The first time I just unplugged the router power and connections, restarted the modem, and rebooted my computer. The Wi-Fi then worked. Now I am experiencing a failure to connect again.
I have noticed that when I restart my computer I have to connect to the internet directly by pulling the cable from the router and putting it from the modem to the computer. This seems to teach the router what it is supposed to do, because when I reconnect the modem to the router the internet starts to work immediately.I have tried changing the password to wireless internet, but my Kindle still will no longer connect. The router is about two years old. [code]No go to the devices and check to see if you see the new SSID name you gave in the router. I should be listed there. Select it and it should ask you for a password, enter the password you gave in the router. The only problem is that my modem does not exactly say "mixed G and N".
Like the title says, the wifi on my wag120n stopped working. It happened suddenly, nothing was changed in the settings. It stopped showing when i'm searching for wireless connections (SSID is still enabled).
My computer connects to an unscured wifi near my home and i have internet acces for a few minuets, then it just stoppes. Sometimes if i reconnect it will run for a few more minuets 5-10. I have tried two different computers with same results. about a month ago the connection worked fine. This just started recently.I can connent and access internet at other public places with no problem. It seems only this network i have trouble with, why?I am running XP on one, and Win 7 on other, same results.I have read alot of things and tried them all,
-resetting internet options - changing tcp/ip - system restore with no results.
When I check available Wi-Fi networks it says "No connections are available. All of our other computers work so I dont know what the problem is. When I check device manager for the adapter it says my adapter is enabled so I dont know what the problem is. How can I get it to recognize my wi-fi?
I am facing a problem since today as my WiFi is turned on, but i cannot view the list of networks that is available in my workplace. When i asked my colleague whether he could view the list in his laptop, he was able to. And also when i checked through my smart phone i was able to view a list of wireless networks. So it means there is some error in my laptop. I realised this when i tried creating a AD-HOC connection which eventually resulted in 'Windows cannot set up NETWORK NAME'. Why is it that i am not able to view the list of wireless network? And why can't i establish a AD-HOC connection?
I'd like to know if there is some easy-ish way to combine wifi and ethernet in a network.Since a picture says a thousand words, here's what I want to achieve:I use the desktop computer as a file and media server using windows home group.I have the laptop running windows 7 connected to the TV.So far I've been using just wifi, but when I try to stream movies from my desktop to the laptop I get freezes and glitches.I can't connect both my desktop and laptop wired to the ADSL router, since it's behind a wall I'm not allowed to drill trough.I have a spare network switch and cables, so I was thinking I could connect the ethernet adapters on the desktop and laptop together trough the switch, I'm just not sure how to configure the computers.