Satellite L35 (US) with Atheros AR5005G wireless connection problems
I have a Toshiba L35 (Windows Media Center Operating System) with the software WiFi Atheros AR5005G. This machine was purchased in the United States.
While in the United States the Wi - FI connection to a router (Linksys) using Windows to configure was instant without any problem.
I am now in England and when I try to connect to a Modem/Router (3 com), use Windows to configure, connection is spasmodic with what makes a connection on every five attempts. Several times I have to use the repair connection device trying to connect. When it connects the connection is good. When you use the repair it shows unable to renew your IP address if it connects. On other occasions, I use the network connection Panel and 'disable' then 'activate' then most guarantees a connection.
The laptop provides instant connection when you use a card PCMCIA WiFi with Windows to configure. While the card is inserted the s computer WiFi connect instant however when the card is removed and the computer restarted the same problems occur for a computer, free WiFi!
Other laptops have no problems to connect to my Modem/Router. I am convinced that it is working properly.
All regional/language settings in the control panel have been updated with the United Kingdom.
No undates are available for the Atheros Driver or BIOS.
Anyone can help identify the problem/possible settings to change?
Satellite L35 is a portable American designed for the American market. BIOS and drivers should be downloaded from the Toshiba site we and not on Toshiba Europe site.
However, the error message Impossible to renew your IP address is known to me and my brother had the same problem with the Intel card. I just updated the WLan driver and used the Intel Proset utility for WLan configuration.
I see that you have the Atheros card. The Atheros also provide an Atheros WLan client utility. Try to use instead of the clean Windows configuration.
In addition, place check WLan card properties. You will find energy saving option. Please turn it off and check the Advanced tab
I'm looking for some help with a problem. I am struggling to solve. I have a Satellite Pro A100 and sometimes use it with a speedtouch 330 what ASDL USB connected modem, but whenever I use this at some point that I seem to lose connectivity, the Explorer does not display the pages and other applications stop working, even if I do not seem physically the connection loose. It is often the only to get back on the net to restart and start over.
The modem doesn't seem to be the problem as it works very well with my desktop and the laptop works very well when it is connected through wireless and idea and solution would be greatly appreciated.
Sean the Bear
Maybe you should take a look here in this thread:
There is a user who uses the same modem SpeedTouch 330 USB on laptop with Vista OS.
You will need to install compatible drivers on the site of modem manufacturer.
I have a laptop Toshiba Satellite A85-S1072. I am trying to set up my wireless network, but I can't turn on my radio in my Atheros AR5005G Wireless Network card. My wireless router is configured OK.
I checked in the Device Manager tab and the Atheros wireless card is listed. However, pressing Fn + F8 does not work. Even the enable Radio option is not enabled in Atheros Client Utility.
I use Windows XP with Service Pack 2 and I disabled the "use Windows to configure your wireless network' option too.
Running the Atheros Client Utility shows me a message saying 'Turn on ACU Radio'
Of course, any help is welcome.
Thanks in advance
Is your unit preloaded with recovery media or you use your own installation of the OS. I ask this question because if you want to use the key combination FN + F8 a Toshiba designed the tool must be installed. I put t really know how he calls, but please do not forget that you have preinstalled all designed Toshiba stuff. Everything you need you can find on the Toshiba U.S. support page.
model: pavilion dv6-3052
operating system: win7 HP SP1 x 64-bit
My 640 GB HARD drive failed and was replaced by a 500 GB seagate we. Since I had lost my recovery disks, installed real win7x64 bits.
WiFi adapter: atheros 9285
problem: wifi connection fails more than one meter of the router at home or elsewhere
Troubleshooting does not help you
my technical expertise is intermediate at best
Here is the download link for the new version of card Wifi Atheros v188.8.131.520
I downloaded the file on the link above.
Uninstall any previous version of this driver in Device Manager and download the file and then unpack it using winrar or another zip utility and open the folder and double-click SETUP. EXE to start the instalation.
Driver WiFi Atheros AR5xxx/9xxx
Date: 10/01/2012 Version: 184.108.40.2060
Size: MB 27,33 provider: Atheros Communications Inc.
Windows Vista x 64
Windows 7 x 64
Devices supported below:
11 a/b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI adapt II
11 a/b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express fit
11 a/b/g/n Wireless LAN Adapter
11 a/b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter
11 b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI adapt
11 b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express fit
11 b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express adapt II
11 b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express card III
11 b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter
11 b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter II
11 b/g/n Wireless LAN Mini-PCI Express Adapter III
Allied Telesyn AT-WCC201g wireless card Bus Adapter
Allied Telesyn AT-WCP201g Wireless PCI adapter
Askey WLAN and BT combo card
Atheros 802.11 a/b/g/n Dualband Wireless Network Module
WB - EG Atheros AR1111 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR1111 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR2427 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5005G wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5006 802.11a/b/g WiFi adapter
Atheros AR5006EG Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR5006EGS wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5006EX wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5006EXS wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5006G Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR5006GS wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5006X wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5006XS wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5007 802. 11 b / g WiFi adapt
Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR5007G wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5008 Wireless Network adapt
AR5008WB-EG Atheros wireless network adapter, #1
AR5008WB-EG Atheros wireless network adapter, #2
Atheros AR5008X Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR5009 802.11a/g/n WiFi adapt
Atheros AR5B116 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5B125 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5B91 Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR5B93 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5B95 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5B97 Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR5BMD225 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR5BWB225 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9002WB wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9002WB-1NG wireless network adapter
AR9002WB-1NG Atheros #1 wireless network adapter
AR9002WB-1NG Atheros #2 wireless network adapter
AR9002WB-1NG Atheros #4 wireless network adapter
AR9002WB-2NG Atheros wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9227 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR922X wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9280 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9281 802.11b/g/n WLAN HMC network
Atheros AR9281 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9283 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9285 802.11b/g/n WiFi adapt
Atheros AR9285 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9287 802.11b/g/n WiFi adapt
Atheros AR9287 wireless network adapter
Atheros AR928x Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR928X Wireless Network adapt
Atheros AR9380 802.11a/g/n WiFi adapt
Atheros AR9382 802.11a/g/n WiFi adapt
Atheros AR938x wireless network adapter
Atheros 802.11b/g/n WiFi AR9485 adapt
Atheros AR9485 wireless network adapter
AR9485WB-EG Atheros wireless network adapter
Atheros AR9580 wireless network adapter
Network wireless Atheros Osprey emulation adapter
Osprey Simulation Atheros wireless network adapter
Osprey Atheros wireless network adapter
Atheros wireless network adapter
Belkin N1 Wireless Notebook Card
1535 Dell Wireless N wireless adapter
D - Link AirPlus DWL - G520 Wireless PCI Adapter(rev.) (B)
D - Link AirPlus DWL - G650 Wireless Cardbus Adapter(rev.) (C)
D-Link AirPremier DWL-AG530 Wireless PCI adapter
D-Link AirXpert DWL-AG520 Wireless PCI adapter
D - Link DWA - 547 RangeBooster N650 Desktop network card
D-Link DWA - 552 Desktop XtremeN adapt
D-Link DWA - 556 Xtreme N PCIe Desktop adapt
D-Link DWA - 643 RangeBooster N Notebook ExpressCard adapt
D-Link DWA - 645 RangeBooster N650 Notebook adapt
D-Link DWA - 652 XtremeN Notebook adapt
D-Link RangeBooster N
D-Link RangeBooster N 650
NIC D - Link WDA - 1320 Desktop
NIC D - Link WDA - 2320 Desktop
D-Link Wireless 108 G DWA - 520 Desktop network card
D-Link Wireless 108 G DWA-620 Notebook adapt
D-Link Xtreme N
Foxconn 802.11 a/b/g/n wireless adapter system
Gigabyte GN-WI01GT (mini) PCI-E card WLAN
Gigabyte GN-WI01HT (mini) PCI WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN-WI03N (mini) PCI WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN-WI06N (mini) PCI Express WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN-WI07HT (mini) PCI-E card WLAN
Gigabyte GN-WIAG/GN-WPEAG (mini) PCI WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN-WIAH (mini) PCI WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN - WLMA102 Cardbus WLAN card
Gigabyte GN - WM01GT Cardbus WLAN card
Gigabyte GN - WM02N Express card WLAN
Gigabyte GN - WMAG Cardbus WLAN card
Gigabyte GN-WP01GT (mini) PCI WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN-WP02N PCI Express WLAN Card
Gigabyte GN-WS50G (mini) PCI-E card WLAN
Gigabyte GN-WS53HN Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express fit
Gigaset PC Card 108
Gigaset PC Card 300
HP 802.11a/b/g Wireless Network adapt
HP 802. 11b / g Wireless Network adapt
IEEE 802. 11a / g Wireless LAN adapt (A)
LAN adapter wireless WHG-AGDN/CB I - O DATA
LAN-Express AS IEEE 802. 11a / g miniPCI adapt
LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11 g miniPCI adapt
LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11 g PCI-E fit
Linksys Dual-Band Wireless A + G PCI adapt
Linksys Wireless A + G Notebook adapt
Linksys Wireless A + G PCI adapt
Linksys Wireless-G Notebook adapt
NETGEAR 108 Mbps Wireless PC Card WG511T
NETGEAR 108 Mbps Wireless PCI adapt WG311T
NETGEAR Double 108 Mbps Wireless card WG511U PC
NETGEAR RangeMax Wireless PC Card WPN511
WN711 NETGEAR RangeMax Wireless - N Expresscard adapter
Option GTM67x PCIe WiFi adapter
Speedport Gigaset 54Mbps
TP-LINK 11 a/b/g wireless adapter
TP-LINK 11 b/g wireless adapter
Adapter for Wireless N 150 Mbps TP-LINK
TP-LINK 300Mbps Wireless N adapter
TP-LINK wireless adapter
N TP-LINK wireless adapter
Through the 802.11b/g/n PCIe wireless network adapter
WG - 311 T 802. 11b / g 108 MB/s wireless adapter
WNC CM9 Wireless LAN mini-PCI Network adapt
WPN311 RangeMax Wireless PCI adapt
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Thanks, I'll do the application of inkjet Canon a try.
Have an old Toshiba laptop Equium L20 - 197, running windows XP Home Edition.
It contains an Atheros AR5005G wireless network adapter.
The problem I have is that it will connect to my BT home hub (and says that the connection is excellent), but does not connect to any Web site.
I added a USB 802.11 wireless adapter g to see if I can get a connection there, and it works very well (even if it is interesting only by using the wireless utility Ralink that comes with it - when I tried with the automatic Windows Wireless Configuration, I had the same problem as before - no internet connection - switched back to the Ralink utility and it works fien again).
Internal wireless adapter worked fine, but now do not - any suggestion welcome.
Thank you very much
PS I went to Device Manager and check the updates of pilot, but he told me that he found nothing better than the used version of the driver!
There may be some conflicts between internal WLan card and the new external 802.11 g Wireless USB adapter.
If not, you should check the configuration of the Atheros AR5005G wireless network adapter.
In the Device Manager-> card WLan-> properties-> Advanced tab, you can change the WLAN standard 802. 11 (A B G) on the same which is used by the router.
If the router uses 802.11 G can change this in the Wlan settings too!
Also check the channel. I put the channel on my router and the wireless network card to 11.
You can also try to connect to the router without using a WLan encryption. Of course, this should be done only for the test.
Las, but not the least, update the driver WLan:
Since the last 2-3 months, my wireless connection does not work correctly. This happened right after that I did the partitioning in the D drive (I don't think this is the main cause). What is happening is that, all of a sudden when internet does not bar shows signs of yellow warning and 'tells' LIMITED ACCESS wireless network. When I try to solve problems, it will give no problem. Then in Device Manager, I tried to uninstall and install again, the internet worked for a while, and still the same problem occurs. When I tried to call to the service center, they told me that I have to buy CDs to retrieve a value of rs500 because I did not these recovery disks. I'm in serious trouble please help...
I also tried to update latest driver frm net, even if the problem does not get resolved. I also tried to reset the TCPIP in cmd prompt, but it worked for 2-3 days and still the same problem happened...
Hi there @Parthsagar2010
Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, so many other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff.
I understand that you are having problems with your wireless connection, and I am happy to help you with this.
I realize that you mentioned the update of your driver from the internet, but just in case, here is the page drivers. There are several pilots possible depending on what card you have.
The following pages are useful for troubleshooting wireless connectivity problems.
Troubleshooting your wireless network and Internet access (Windows 7)
In addition, you can watch the the power management of your wireless adapter:
Turn off the power to the adapter:
1. open Device Manager. (Win Key + R > type devmgmt.msc > OK)
2. expand the network adapters.
3. right click on the Ethernet adapter / wireless, and then click Properties.
4. click on the power management tab.
5 remove the check mark next to allow the computer to turn off this device to save power.
6. click on OK.
7 test cycle.
Forget the network: (Windows 7)
1. press start.
2. tap manage wireless networks, click on the application at the top of the start menu.
3. right click on the network, and then click on remove network.
4 confirm the warning by clicking OK.
Reset TCP/IP on your PC:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh int ip reset resetlog.txt" without the quotes and press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
It can also help to reset the winsock catalog:
1. go to your start screen/menu and type CMD.
2. right-click on the command prompt icon and select run as administrator.
3. in the window that opens type "netsh winsock reset" without the quotes, and then press ENTER.
4 restart your PC and test.
Reinstall the NIC drivers:
1. download the drivers from here, but do not run them again.
2. go to your Start menu/screen and type Device Manager.
3. expand network adapters.
4. right click on the wireless adapter and choose uninstall.
5 install the drivers downloaded in step 1.
6. restart your PC and test.
Test an ethernet connection:
Explicit. Test if the problem persists on a wired connection to the adapter hardware troubleshooting wireless can be directed to the appropriate areas.
Test another connection:
Many people excluded their home network as a problem if another device working on the same network. Networking is not as simple as that. Each device interacts differently with your router or modem and it is impossible to exclude the settings for this device until the laptop has been tested on another network.
My brothers computer has problems to our Virgin Media Home Hub wireless conecting. I contacted Virgin Media Services customer and they say that the driver is the worng version. The computer has a driver adapter G series and we need a driver to adapter N series. What is the difference between the two, and where I could get the adapter driver series N of for the Atheros AR5007EG Wireless Adapter?
I hope someone can help
Thanks for posting to the community by contacting Microsoft.
The drivers are developed by the hardware manufacturer. I suggest you to contact the manufacturer for more information about the driver and support:
Let us know if it helps.
_ * My specifications: * _
* Model: * Toshiba Ultrabook (Satellite PSU6VA - 00S 002 U940)
* Operating system: * Windows 8.1 x 64 (upgrade of Windows 8 x 64)
* Wireless adapter: * Intel Centrino Wireless - N 2200
* Wireless adapter driver version: * 220.127.116.11 (which is the last for my device)
I got this Ultrabook since February 2013, and throughout this period, I always had problems with wireless connectivity, even after a factory reset. My wireless icon varies between three States:
* Internet access
* Limited (in which case I can't connect to the internet or any other device on the network)
* Not connected - connections are available (and if I try to connect to the network, it will fail)
Sometimes my computer would instantly reach the State of "Internet access" at startup and remain in this State. Other times, it would be 'limited' for several minutes after the start of my computer before it finally connected, and even in this case, the connection will drop out every now and then. In the worst case, it would indefinitely remain "Limited" or "not connected", regardless of how many times I reset my adapter wireless or rebooted my computer.
Until very recently, I always thought that these problems have occurred randomly. However, I noticed recently that I have always a connection perfect, whenever there is no other computers connected wirelessly to my router, and I always have problems more or less when there is at least another computer (or even a smart phone) connected wireless to the router. If there is another computer connected to the router via an Ethernet cable, this causes no problems. It's only wireless connections that interfere with my computer.
It is only this computer that has these problems; the other computers in my house ever experience these issues, no matter how many computers is online. In addition, my computer is not only these problems with my home router; It has the same problems on the network wireless at my University.
My question is, how do I fix? Is this a known bug or is my defective wireless adapter? I know that I can connect using an Ethernet cable if possible (I have never problems with Ethernet connections), but this is not always possible at the University.
Did you remove the old driver Win 8 Intel of the system before you upgrade to version 8.1 to win?
The old Wlan Intel driver could affect the performance of a Wi - Fi connection.
The driver update page Win 8.1 says clearly that Intel Wlan driver must be uninstalled and the
Inbox Windows 8.1 version must be used.
We bought the laptop above for our son for Christmas and he continues to lose its wireless connection, we also have a satellite L450 that works well (not to lose the internet connection), we were on our broadband provider that they told us that the wireless connection on our other laptop is fine It's something to do with the C660, one of the pilots is in need of an update, unfortunately I forgot the name of the driver, but it's something to do with the modem, our son is desperate to use his laptop.
Can anyone help?
Try it please update driver WLAN.
Latest version, you can find the portal of Toshiba WLAN > http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/wlan/
If you n t know that you need please exact notebook model poster or the name of the template for laptop.
This info, you will find at the bottom of the thumbnail of Toshiba.
I'm sure this has been covered, but after more than an hour on the forum trying to navigate to find I dropped...!
I recently formatted my hard drive, thinking that I had covered all the bases. No matter what I download to raise wireless internet and running again, nothing works. I have a method NP543 card (works well before) and downloaded and installed everything I'm told to do. I have run the command of thumb between my computers and had no trouble to set up my main computer (xp), mac - the wireless router method but I am at a loss here. He returns constantly with no hardware installed - with being the culprit - ethernet controller message apparently... I downloaded what was informed via the Web from Toshiba site and a few other recommendations randomly the other forums.
I hope someone can point me in the right direction that I work from home and am now about 1 week behind... Thank you!
You use the software method to configure the wireless connection? Or do you use the Microsoft Automatic Wireless Configuration service?
You see the connection Wireless in the list?
Can you connect to the connection, but Internet is not working?
Bought an IPOD itouch 32 gb last night. When I connected the ipod, it is connected to my itunes account and copied my music for me.
It is also recognized by the name of WI - FI for my wireless account. Unfortunately, I can't remember or find my password for my wireless connection and so I am unable to connect my wireless to the ipod and establishing the ability to connect to the internet and get my email, etc.
What is the best course of action for me now. Should I drop my wireless connection and it restore? Note: I have a laptop that connects fine, but he asks me a password... it goes directly to the wireless?
Go into your router configuration utility and in most cases, you will see the password. If the password is not in clear text, you can change it to something that you will remember. If you do this, you will need to change the settings on the laptop, too.
To enter the router configuration utility, connect a computer with an ethernet cable. Open a browser such as Firefox or IE and type the IP address of the router in the address bar. For a Linksys router, you must type: 192.168.1.1 [press on enter]. Refer to the manual of your router for more details.
MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!
What I have: HP Photosmart C4795
What I use: Macbook OSX 10.9.5, wireless network with WEP security, running, I'm not sure if I have WPS or not (don't know how to say or use it)
Problem: I used it as a wireless printer without problem for the past five years. Recently, I moved and cannot find out how to configure the wireless connection. USB connection works fine. I still have the installation software, and as far as I can tell, it is updated (I'm not positive however.) When I run the HP Installation Wizard, I've got to the point where I select "Set up for wireless" and the HP installation wizard crashes every time. I scoured the forums and have found conflicting advice about this problem. Someone please give me a clear answer. is there something I can do to get the job of wireless or no wireless capability is no longer works with Mac OS x 10.8 or superior?
Ah ha! I thought about it. For anyone who uses an ATT Uverse router, maybe that's your problem. My router is a NVG589 of Arris. I don't know about other routers, but I guess that's the same thing. These routers are capable of WPS, but their default settings have the WPS is off.
You have to
1 access to the properties of your router via a web browser (Safari, Internet Exploere, Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) to the address http://192.168.1.254/mdc
"2 click on 'Edit your settings or wireless security'", you will need the code printed at the bottom of your router.
3. turn on the 'Wireless Protected Setup (WPS)'
From there, you should be able to follow the Setup instructions for printers WPS enabled found here: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02273853
This next set of instructions is specifically for anyone who has a Mac and running the version OS x 10.9 or higher. (If you don't know how to check this, click on the apple icon in the upper left corner of your screen. Select "About this Mac" a box will appear with the information of OS x).
Select Mac OS X.
Select the third option OSX v10.10 Yosemite, Mavericks Xv10.9 OS and OS X v10.9 Mountain Lion.
Select Option 1: Wireless Installation (EVEN IF YOU ALREADY HAVE IT CONNECTED VIA USB.)
Skip the second step and proceed directly to step three.
Select the second method: install the software using Apple software updates
Follow the instructions for the method of the push button.
I hope this helps for those who had as many problems as me!
I recently bought a L850 Pro Satellite 1 p 7 and led to a new installation on Windows 7 (64-bit)
After the new installation, I manually installed the driver for the network card, I then shot all windows updates.
In Device Manager, I noticed that it lacks a few downloaded drivers so a load of drivers who have resolved most of the issues.
I don't have one that is still yellow, it's for network controller.
My one question is with wireless network.
I tried to install several drivers, but cannot get the wireless network card to show in the settings of the card.
I can see a bit of reading I have a wireless / Atheros Bluetooth combo.
Reading some other threads that I downloaded the value added package, the package of Atheros Bluetooth and Bluetooth stack filter. After that I turn on Bluetooth with F12 function key, it warns me about issues with Bluetooth and wireless on at the same time.
I also noticed that windows tells me there is a problem with the Bluetooth software and am trying to get download and install driver_bluetooth_TC00131900C
This does not seem to fix anything.
Has anyone else had this problem and the fix is? I really need to get my wireless working...
See you soon
You are right, that the Satellite Pro L850-1 p 7 was equipped with the WLan ATHEROS 802.11 A/G/N WB222 card, which also supports Bluetooth.
> Reading some other threads that I downloaded the value added package, the package of Atheros Bluetooth and Bluetooth stack filter.
It is almost correct. But you forgot to install the Atheros WLan driver.
You must first install the Atheros WLan driver then the filter package Atheros Bluetooth and battery Bluetooth.
This should be the key ;)
I just downloaded updates Microsoft last night and as soon as I restarted, my wireless connection was gone/missing/non-functional. I have read some other posts that made me think that the issue may be with the (Qualcomm Atheros AR956x) wireless network adapter driver, but the download or install the latest driver from Lenovo (wlan149w81) support site didn't do me good. I do not see again for a Wi - Fi connection in the center of network & sharing.
Someone at - he never saw something like this before / know what might be causing the problem?
Hi solid Cruver - thanks for the help. Looks like that the combo of what I did and what you recommended has done. Update the driver LAN first and second WLAN driver seems to have solved the problem. Thanks again.
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