Re: Satellite L670 loses the wireless connection
I have a Satellite L670 - 1 H 1, a new laptop that runs Windows 7, with all the drivers and software uptodate, including the wireless card.
I have a BT Home Hub 3 with an Edimax EW 7416APN v2 300 m range extender to help boost the signal in the kitchen area.
The laptop works fine when I stay in the room where the reception centre. If I move in the kitchen the laptop will usually lose the wireless connection after a few minutes and I cannot get it back unless I turn the LAPTOP works and return to the Home Hub.
I see no obvious reason to this problem. Two other laptop computers used in the home, more a smartphone stay connected with full signal in every corner of the House, at any time.
I have to use the range extender, but is it possible that the laptop Toshiba just don't hear well with it?
Any advice would be welcome.
As you know quality of connection WLAN depends on different factors is not easy to say why you have this problem, WLAN. I use Toshiba laptops for a long time now and I didn't notice in the past some serious question of WLAN.
For example I'm 4 router with standard g and have very good signal even in the cellar too or out in the back yard.
If possible, try to test the WLAN connection elsewhere. Maybe your friends have WLAN routers so you can test it.
You have a new router or old?
What WLAN standard do you use (b/g/n)?
Can someone please help?
I have a Satellite L350-170 which perfectly connects to the internet using a cable to connect to my router.
When you use the wireless to connect, I can only get a connection so I first of all turn off the wireless card and then enable it again, but I lose the connection within two minutes. I can reconnect if again, I turn off and then turn on the map.
The OS is Vista Home Premium Service Pack 2, fully implemented to date. I have updated to the most recent available wireless network driver. I tried to turn off IP6.
The laptop is connected to the network and receives a signal of power when it connects.
When the connection is lost, no networks are detected, but properties card says card works Ok, although Ipconfig says media disconnected. Other mobile stay connected anywhere in the House.
Thank you in anticipation of a quick solution.
Where did you download the latest driver for the Realtek 802.11 g (RTL8187B) wireless network card?
This is the WLan from Toshiba portal, where you can find the latest version of the driver:
I recommend also to renew the IP address if this problem would occur.
Cmd execute command: ipconfig / renew
This should help to assign the new ip address
By the way: in the Device Manager-> Wlan card-> properties-> power management, you can uncheck the mark option which disables the card in order to save energy.
Have you tested the WiFi with open (unsecured) WiFi connection?
We just bought a HP Photosmart 7510. She created fine with a wireless connection to our office for Vista 64-bit. After awhile, he loses the wireless connection. If I close the printer then turn on again, it resets the connection and works very well. I read that it can lose connection if it goes into sleep mode, and it seems that is what is happening. My question is, is there a way to keep the impression of loss of connection or enter the mode 'sleep'? Or do we have to put the printer only whenever we wanted to print, copy or scan? If so, the printer is adjustable to disable instead of switch mode 'sleep'?
Already set to 'off '. I found this thread http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Printer-Networking-and-Wireless/7510-photosmart-printer-energy-mode/m-p/1230681/highlight/true#M33814 I tried this and so far it works and has not lost its connection.
My Inspiron N5110 loses the wireless connection frequently. We have many other devices in the House - laptops, iPhones, etc. - who continue to operate perfectly through the router even when I lose my connection. The store usually brings me to reset the router, even if, as I have indicated, the router works properly. Any thoughts? Thank you!
The Intel Centrino Wireless - N 1030 adapter works ONLY on 2.4 GHz
You can also try these settings...
Go to the drivers & downloads , enter your service tag, and then select your operating system. Under network, download and install the latest drivers.
Try these tweaks...
Start, Control Panel, Manager of devices. Click Network and then right click on your wireless network adapter, on the left, click on properties, power management. Uncheck the allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
Go to the options power and changed the wireless adapter setting, adjustment of maximum power for maximum performance.
My HP DV7t regularly loses its wireless connection, without a valid reason, since I bought it a year ago. The remedy was to reset my router, despite the fact that no other devices at home - not even an another HP laptop and an HP printer - loses connection. But lately when I put the laptop to sleep - usually by closing the lid - the computer completely forget what network is attached to and so I have to reconnect manually each time. Even then, it takes very, very long time to connect and sometimes even said "it takes longer than expected to connect to the network.". Happy, told me what I already know! I checked all my settings in Windows 7 "Network and sharing Center" to make sure that my network is selected, it is a home network, that "automatically connect"; is selected, and that all my data password is correct. He still refuses to recognize the network and connect automatically. I'm done with this and just can't understand why this is happening. I haven't changed anything in my computer or router configuration, so I am at a loss why the system forgets everything and must be connected manually. The wireless in my computer module is an Intel WiFi Link 1000 BGN and all drivers are up to date.
None of the suggestions so far have worked, but it seems to me a solution: spend my router from WEP to WPA2 encryption seems to have solved the problem, at least for now. I have no idea why this works, but a bit of google searching seems to indicate that wireless WEP can be flaky with cards and routers. If it doesn't work anymore, I will be sure to repost for a solution. Thank you all for the help - it takes a village (so to speak).
UPDATE: after 24 hours, the connection through WPA2 is rock stable with no connection dropped. It is also faster to download. I hope that this solution works for others.
I've seen lots of talk about HP products, loss of wireless connection. I have the same problem with my 7520. Initial Setup is perfect, but he began to lose the connection when it went into standby mode. Someone at - it a solution?
THERE IS A FAST SOLUTION!
On April 18, 2014 (page 11 of this thread), I posted a quick solution. My HP7520 printer has worked on Netgear router WIFI 7550 flawless since then. I suggest you read this post.
From long experience with HP, I found they have great hardware, but their software has always been dismal. The ultimate "fix" would be for HP address their failure of a software that allows to my difficulty in working.
A single "tweak" in the router security settings wifi will do. The rest of settings changes other people have suggested are short lived (about an hour in most cases), while they don't be reconnected unless they restart everything. It makes sense because of what is happening.
The single "twist" parameter should logically point HP programmers to where in the firmware, there is the problem. They listen to? And, really, it doesn't matter on all other settings printer and router. All mine are back to the default settings and it all still works very well.
Go to a BBQ and stop wasting your time on this issue.
I have a new printer HP 8600 settlement. It is configured as a wireless printer and most of the computers on my network are able to access very well.
However, I have a server running Windows 2003 Small Business Server and it's hard to stay connected to the printer. The server is wired through an ethernet cable, the printer is configured as a configuration wireless w / an IP defined manually so that computers can easily locate the printer on the same IP address every time. I used Windows XP drivers to install the printer very well under Win2003SBS. When connected, it prints very well. But after awhile, the printer loses the connection with the Win2003SBS machine. Sometimes it prints, usually, is not. I have to reset the printer as if it is going into such a deep sleep, the server is unable to wake up the printer.
In addition, the printer struggled to connect to shared folders on the server (more precisely, the function "scanner network"). If I go into Internet Explorer by using the browser from the server, then connect to the 8600 via the built-in web server, it won't work. Once the server is connected to the printer on the built-in Web server, the server and the scanner will be will recognize each other. It is a painful and tedious extra step and it will expire after a short period, after which the server and printer must be connected in the same way.
All my computers/printers/faxes are connected to the same wireless Westell 7500 router. They should not have communication problems because they are all pulling IP addresses in the same area.
Is there a way to make the server and the printer recognize themselves and stay connected? Am I wrong configured something? Thank you.
I would change the Ethernet cable to make sure that you have a good solid connection and then download the software driver for Win Server 2003 on the link below.
My laptop hp pavilion tx1219us enterainment is a 2007 model. HE will lose the WiFi n his own. I discovered that it did because it was brand new. is there a way to fix this without having to install an eithernet cable and taken to plug.
Hi NASCAR88. If often, you lose your WiFi connection, you can follow the steps described in this document: troubleshoot an Internet connection on a wireless network with Vista
I've updated my laptop to windows 7 (new installation). I have a cable modem which is connected by ethernet to a wireless modem/router which I have configured to be a wireless access point (dhcp is the cable modem). The laptop can connect wireless access point when the cable modem is not connected to the internet (so the ip address of the access point is 192.168.100.50 & the laptop takes an automatic ip address within the range). The problem is when I connect the modem cable to the internet, & so the ip address of the access point is derived the cable modem, the laptop can't connect to the access point. When I renew the ip address of the wireless card, it says it is connected to the selected network but the ip address is not correct, nor do I have access to the internet.
The laptop connects fine to pick up the new ip address when it is ethernet connected the access point when the cable modem is both on or off, so I can access the local access point configuration when the modem cable is off, & can access the internet when the cable modem is enabled. When it is connected with the cable modem access point wireless at sea, both my wireless & ethernet connection say that they are connected to the selected network, but as soon as I turn on the cable modem, wireless connection says it is connected to an unidentified network, but my ethernet connection is connected to the selected network.
I tried the broadcasting/no broadcast of the SSID, different levels of security, modification of the power saving options on the card wireless without success. I don't think it's a problem with the real network that the wireless card can capture the network & settings when the cable modem is disabled.
This Setup has worked well when I had win xp. My mobile phone can capture the network without wire end also & is able to access the internet. The driver for the wireless card is current as well as the firmware on the access point.
Can you please help? Thank you very much
You led me in the right direction with the MAC addresses on the cable modem. It's a simple solution... turn off the cable modem so it would refresh the MAC addresses of connecting devices, & hey presto, I wireless & ethernet access internet on my laptop with wireless internet on my laptop.
Thank you for your perseverance.
See you soon
I have a mixed network of linux and windows PC as a Photosmart C6180 wireless access via a Netgear (DG834GT) wireless router.
It works very well for over a year, but recently the printer keeps dropping the network.
Show all PC (linux and windows) as offline and the router says that this isn't one of the connected devices, and I can't ping it.
However, if I look at the State of the network on the front panel, it says which is plugged, and if I print the network status page it shows the active connection, wireless and watch as loan.
This isn't a DHCP problem. The printer and all PCs have static IP address settings.
If I change the printer market once again, it connects to the network, everything is OK and I can print, but a few minutes later it disconnects again.
For now, I'll have to pass it works whenever I feel - please help!
Thanks for your suggestions.
It seems it might be a problem with netgear!
I rolled power the router netgear (normally on the left) and the problem seems to have disappeared.
Thanks for your help.
- Mac OS X 10.7.3
- installed with a usb cable
- When the printer is on, it is available for a few seconds (I am able to print/scan only once), then it becomes unavailable
- even if the printer is not available for the Mac, it is connected to my wireless network (check the connection on the printer display)
I'm not afraid,
Scanning from the Mac on the network can be performed using Hello only, Webscan is the only possible workaround.
In order to obtain functionaity analysis complete by the software, you need to sort the issue multicast router.
From time to time my printer HP PSt + B210 indicates not 'online' in the window of the printer utility and do not print.
I have spend hours to review what I did in th past and become confused.
Should I start with the HP utility and make sure that my printer is listed only once in the queue (as is sometimes show 2 forms - for the same printer) OR should I stop MAC PB > router > Modem and then restart in correct, reverse order?
Given that I need to choose "IP automatically...". ", I used Safari and put the 192.168.1.1 in the address bar and follow these steps, as already suggested. What would be the clear measures to reconnect my HP printer status online? Thank you very much!!
We will set an IP address of the printer:
-Print a the front of the printer Network Setup Page. Note the IP address of the printer.
-Enter the IP address in a browser to reveal the internal settings of the printer.
-Choose the network tab, then wireless along the left side, then on the IPv4 tab.
-On this screen, you want to set a manual IP address. You must assign an IP address outside the range that the router sets automatically (called the DHCP range). You can find the beach DHCP from the router using its internal settings page or in its manual. Use the CD that came with your router or type the IP address of the router (ends para.1) in a browser.
-Apply the subnet 255.255.255.0 (unless you know it's different, if so, use it)
-Enter the IP of your router (on the Page of the Network Config) for the bridge and the first DNS. Let the second white.
-Click 'apply '.
Now, stop the router and printer, start the router, wait, and then start printing.
After that, you will have to redo 'Add printer' using the new IP address.
I have a 8600 OfficeJet Pro (n911a), which has lost its connection with the PC. The computer is running Windows 7 (64) and work very well for several months. Recently, when you try to print, the following message is displayed. I did several searches on the web and found that this has been a problem in class, but no clear solution. The only thing I tried was changing layout alarm ink 'always' to 'then of printing"that someone has suggested, but that did not help. Other bids I found indictate that this problem occurs when the printer is idle for a few hours, but restart it restores. This isn't the case here. The following error message:
Any advice/suggestions/etc are welcome. Thank you in advance.
Well, the problem was solved by uninstalling the software, and then reinstall the latest version of HP.
The only reason why that I did not it was in the first place because many comments I've seen on this issue before said they had already tried that and it didn't work. So, I didn't see no reason to waste my time trying something that might take a lot of time with little chance of success. However, the printer in question was still under warranty, so I was able to communicate directly with HP and it's what they me ultimately do. I was online with them for nearly 90 minutes to try other things first, but this is what worked in the end.
If you decide to try it yourself, I would say that you do not forget to completely uninstall the current version first. The tech. I chatted with told me that it would be unnecessary, but do not do so caused several other problems. I finally had to do a system restore, and then try again until it would work.
So far so good.
Printer is connected and I see on the IP address screen. Desktop with Win7 and Ubuntu are used. After passing on the printer is working properly, but a few hours more later his inaccessible from the two systems. Printer indicates connection, I can see it in the router's web access tool, but it is inaccessible. I have to power off the printer, restart the router, then power on the printer - and it works. Not very comfortable.
Someone knows how to fix this bug?
Hi varspb and SteveB21.
Thank you very much for your answers!
Please take a moment to watch this video:
When food is recycled, the printer still prints in the queue but physically recycling power avoids the point of having a wireless device.
Problem solved by technical support in line with the changes made to advanced settings. Obviously a common problem regardless of the system environment. Thank you.
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