Satellite A300-10 s / wireless network hardware not installed


Yesterday, I bought a Satellite A300-S10; everything works fine, except for wireless network equipment. When I go into Device Manager, I see 'controller Ethernet", with a yellow exclamation point listed under 'other devices '.

I downloaded some drivers of your wireless download page. Problem is that I don't know what wireless hardware is inside this laptop, so I don't know which driver I excactly must download and install. I tried a few, but those who did not.

OS: Windows Vista 32 bit.

Can someone help me please?

Thanks in advance,


Hello Nicolas

Just a question: has your laptop factory settings?
With the settings everything must be properly installed.

According to the specifications of the laptop your A300 should have the WIRE Intel 5100AGN wireless card.

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