Satellite L300D - no network connection
I have a Toshiba Satellite L300D-13s and I have been having some problems starting so have just formatted and installed windows vista on it.
I have problems to get the network adapter to work, it is a Realtek rtl8101 Family PCI - E Fast Ethernet NIC(NDIS 6.0). Of course the BONE there when I installed everything first were some pilots so I had the yellow! next to it in Device Manager.
I downloaded the drivers rtl8101 which is yellow! disappear so many thought it should work, but all I get is "this computer has an installed and configured wireless network adapter".
It does not work with a wired connection or wireless.
I'd appreciate any help, its driving me crazy!
see you soon
You have installed Windows with the normal Windows Setup disk or recovery disk Toshiba?
I have a Satellite Pro P200, which was downgraded from Vista to XP Pro SP3 corporate.
I use a sensitive enough network application that will crash when network connectivity is lost.
This application has been blocking a lot since I downgraded to XP, so I tried to run a continuous ping that gave rise to many messages Request Timed Out (the maximum number of attempts where I actually had ongoing responses was about 30 but is usually much less).
I use the driver downloaded from the Support from Toshiba site (Realtek RTL8139/810 x Family Fast Ethernet Nic - v5.664.205.2007), wireless network works fine, tried to connect to the network using a cable and a port different without change, and using a different laptop with the same cable and port works fine.
The yellow exclamation mark in Device Manager is a memory PCI controller which I believe is for the Intel Turbo Memory, because it is not compatible with Windows XP.
Any ideas what could be the cause.
I tried reinstalling the driver several times without success, it is likely to be software partners or could it be a hardware failure?
I think it's related software and troublemaker is SP3. Test it with SP2 only and it will work perfectly. Friend of mine noticed permanent data LAN transfer interruptions after installing SP3. Remove everything works well again.
I have a Toshiba Dynadock. My network is connect directly in dynadock.
When suspend my Satellite Pro U400 and after reboot to continue working I lost my network connection. Then I shut down my computer and disconnect/connect Dynadock I can continue working.
What is the problem?
Dynadock software version is 2.0
I see that you have switched from Vista to XP.
First of all I recommend you update the BIOS.
As I m not wrong on the European driver Toshiba page, you should find a newer version of the BIOS.
You will need to upgrade Win XP to the last State.
The XP must be up-to-date and all service packs, hotfixes and patches MS must be installed in your laptop.
Access the Device Manager, and then score in each USB hub root, you must disable the option called allow the computer to turn off this device to save power
You can find this option in the properties-> tab power management
I had this problem with my laptop because I bought 1.5 years ago.
Now I launch Windows 7 x 64 with the latest bios (version 2.20 - WIN; day 25/02/10), chipset and wireless (the card is a: Realtek Wireless LAN Adapter 8187 B; driver version: 62.1182.0331.2010) drivers.
The problem is that my network connection drop at random times.
This produces both with my wireless lan card and it comes up with a variety of routers (at work and at home I use a linksys wrt54gl, but I tried it on all the other routers with the same result).
I don't think it's a hardware failure, since the network seems to work very well under Linux (I tried Ubuntu 10). Also some time I took it for warranty service and they said that the material is fine, but I should "not use many programs at the same time and use Windowx XP.
I understand the different devices (card WiFi, network card, webcam, etc.) inside the laptop are connected to some kind of usb hub. My guess is that it is something wrong with this "hub", given that the webcam works as defective.
> From what I understand the different devices (card WiFi, network card, webcam, etc.) inside the laptop are connected to some kind of usb hub. My guess is that it is something wrong with this "hub", given that the webcam works as defective.
No, the card WLan and LAN card are not connected to the USB just the webcam interfaces so it cannot be any USB issue.
I think it might be a problem of Windows since Linux is OK
I think you should check the power management settings in Windows 7 and card Wlan /LAN. This can be done in the Manager of devices-> WLan / LAN card-> Advanced tab properties.
I also recommend upgrading from win 7 to the last installation of State all updates and patches
Any help please? -I just L300D with Vista professional.
Crossed troubleshooting but still unable to connect via the wireless network - no probs with other laptops.
When going through "Toshiba assist" message arrives "this wireless network device is disabled.
Please activate the device"- button wireless is activated with light yellow?
Are you sure that the laptop wireless switch is on?
Look in the Device Manager. Maybe it's the wireless network card disabled. So activate it.
Also try an update of the WLAN driver. You can find it on the Toshiba site:
I can't connect to a network using WIFI on my new laptop (which seems to be fairly widespread)
When I followed the advice of the Knowledge Base, he said I should see an unknown device icon when I click on the other peripheral icon instead there is an icon of Ethernet controller with a yellow label on it
Any help would be accepted with gratitude,
What section of the Knowledge Base do you mean?
However, try to update the driver. You can find it on the Toshiba site:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com-online decision-making supported Downloads & => Download drivers
Sometimes, I read in the forum that a BIOS solve the problem too.
Additionally, make sure that the wireless is turned on with the power button on the computer laptop and FN + F8.
My Toshiba M30 laptop is not able to connect to my home network. The machine can ping other computers on my network, but these computers can not ping for my Toshiba. The machine gets its IP address, can even connect as a client to my FTP server to my network, but refuses to be part of the home network.
Hi, I do not know how you have set up your laptop in the network: is it wireless? and if yes: did you use windows to configure or via the software of the network card (for most 'intel pro wireless'): I configured my wireless laptop with intel of prowireless: choose a network name, use the same field name, the value of tcp/ip: "obtain an ip address and dns server automatically, in the"WINS" : use netbios over tcp/ip, but I guess you know all these things wel,.
otherwise, it is possible that your network is delivered with 'fixed' ip address, check if the rules?
If other machines cannot ping your laptop may be your firewall on the laptop is charged: so you have to configure your firewall: wich one are you using by the way?
I'm not very good with this stuff.
I bought this laptop yesterday with Vista & went about it today, but when I went off the wireless switch to, he went to orange, meaning wireless is disabled?
And when I click 'connect to' no networks wouldn't come.
I don't know what to do...
Move the WLAN to turn it on position and use the key combination FN + F8 to activate the wireless network card. The WLAN led will be (light orange). So now is the WLAN card turned on and you can try to search for wireless networks in your area.
I'm trying to fix a friends Toshiba. The hard drive crashed and there is no restore cd. Have put a new hard drive in the computer and installed Vista x 64 own Vista DVD with no trick of Toshiba on this subject. everything is going well except the ethernet and WLAN drivers that are missing / not working do not.
I can't go online with computer and find the drivers automatically, and I can't find the drivers for Vista x 64 on the Toshiba homepage.
Would really help if you could point me to a link where I can download these drivers!
Thanks in advance!
Wlan driver that you can download:
The local network for European models
For Australian models:
I just bought a Toshiba Satellite L300D-202 and can, t connect to wireless internet. When I try to connect it only gives me not a wireless option, I only get cable or dial options. We have not seen all the wireless devices.
When we passed by Toshiba assist/connect/conective doctor and pressed the radar message was peripheral wireless network is disabled please turn on the device.
The wireless switch is active, the light is orange.
Our other laptop is fine.
Can you help me?
Thanks for this info!
My daughter shares one House with 3 others in college and they have Sky Broadband, they can all connect outside him, she has a Toshiba Satellite L300D 243 wireless network is visible but cannot connect.
I talked to the sky and they said I need to change the wireless adapter for WPA encryption, someone at - it ideas how to do this or other ideas please.
First a general question: is there a problem with sky only or your daughter can not connect wireless in general?
I had a very big problem with my card.
I can t connect to the internet.
I searched the forum but without any determination :(
I did everything. I have checked ipconfig nothing, check the mode safe mode with local network nothing.
Someone said too
"(1) once the Ethernet is connected, power of the DSL Modem. Cycle." ("Some Modem picks up the MAC ADDRESS of the network card on where it was previously connected and restarting it redétecte this new")
How to disable the modem?
And another question: can someone tell me what works of LAN drivers in Sat L300D-10U on XP?
I put t even know that :(
The Satellite L300D-10U belongs to the series of PSLC0E and it supports the Realtek LAN card.
LAN driver can be found on the page of Realtek.
You ask how to disable the modem? I think you mean how to reset modem DSL
Well, usually your modem should support an ON / OFF button simply turn it off and then turn it back on.
If you are unable to access the internet then you should first check if your modem is properly configured and that the right data ISP (internet service provider) was used.
Sorry, but that's all I can say right now I think you should just check your modem settings, make sure that the NIC is properly recognized and connect the model of the laptop using a LAN cable.
All that s
Please help me so that I have still a few hairs left!
I installed WLAN driver on my laptop Satellite L300D with Vista Home installed.
I see my network in the available connections, but when I go to connect, it will not connect.
My other two desktop computers can connect to the router without a problem.
I think that you didn t try updates. Right?
Therefore, my first recommendation would be an update of the BIOS and driver WLan.
Check the current version of the BIOS that is available on your laptop. If the latest version has been released then update the BIOS.
In addition, to download the latest WLan driver from the Toshiba WLan portal and to update:
On this Wlan site, you will find three different WLan drivers for three types of WLan cards. First check your wireless network card, and then use the right driver!
See you soon
Bought this new laptop Satellite L300D-13 s
The wireless doesn't seem to work, are the switch and the light and the device manager says theres nothing wrong with my hub driver seems to work very well with my laptop more old etc so I think as my hubs ok. Is it a commen problem?
Its a BT home Hub so this is useful and if I use the cable between the hub and the laptop it works very well and connects to the top with a problem, please help
The laptop supports Realtek 802.11 wireless network card b/g, but it has not been equipped with BT module.
So if you want to connect wireless you must first activate the WLan on your laptop computer (WLan switch on IT and FN + F8).
Then it must be set up correctly using the right SSID, wireless encryption, Mac address, etc.
Also make sure that your router supports standard WLan even as the WLan card.
I have a Satellite Pro A200 and Tuesday night I was able to connect to a wireless network. I received an update, rebooted and now it doesn t seem to work.
I can see the wireless networks available via the Toshiba Radar but cannot connect to my usual wireless network.
Also, the wireless network icon disappeared from my system tray and if I go to Control Panel/network connections, I can't even view available networks because there is no option to do so.
the FN/F8 will work?
Help! Please, I beg you!
Have you tried using System Restore and restore the operating system on time earlier?
Maybe this will remove the update installed, and you can again use the WLAN.
Check it out.
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