Satellite C660-108 - Wireless does not work

Hey everybody,

New to the forum, I had to sign up because of a problem with shame. I would like to apologize in advance because I know nothing about how computers work.

I have a toshiba satellite c660-108, windows 7 OS. Yesterday I was updating it and I used it very well after that I restarted. He stops and went to bed. Today, I turned on and he did a system restore, don't know why. So all went through and then it wouldn't connect to the internet wireless, only ethernet cable ( - same problem as far as I can tell).

I'm in the middle of my diploma thesis and word does not work now, so I did a full factory restore hoping everything would be ok. This isn't.

Ive tried to download the driver toshiba wireless, just didn't work. It currently downloads Realtek but I'm sure it won't work either.

How to get another wireless network card?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you


The essential is that you it works again.
So congratulations. :)

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