Satellite L50 - C - impossible to update Realtek Wireless LAN Driver
Whenever I try to install the Driver Realtek Wireless LAN 2023.17.731.2015 using Toshiba Service Station, the program starts and the permissions window arrives, I click Yes but nothing happens. No other window does not appear, and the update is still in service station as if nothing happened.
Is there any fixes for this?
I am using a Satellite L50 - C
Thanks for any info
It could be interference from program, first go into your software settings in your BIOS, go to security and disable secure boot. This can sometimes prevent update programs. And then perform a clean boot, follow these instructions to make a boot minimum https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/929135
Then, disable your antivirus and firewall completely and run the update again.
I just upgraded my Satellite U940 PSU6VA - 00S 002 Windows 8 to 8.1 of Windows and am currently following the instructions of the upgrade from here. I noticed that European and Australian Toshiba sites include a 'Realtek Wireless LAN Driver' in their list of downloads driver for Windows 8.1 for the Satellite U940:
- European page
However, I have never noticed any a Realtek wireless LAN driver on my computer, before even that I have upgraded to Windows 8.1. I've only seen in Device Manager network cards:
-Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2200
-Realtek PCIe FE Family Controller (which I believe is a wired LAN driver, not a LAN wireless driver).
So my question is: do I have to download the Realtek wireless network driver or is it not suitable for my system?
> So my question is: do I have to download the Realtek wireless network driver or is it not suitable for my system?
Your laptop was equipped with Intel wireless network adapter and NOT card Realtek WLan and therefore the Realtek WLan driver does not need to be installed.
You should consider a fact: there are different laptops on the market models that are equipped with different material parts. Some support the Realtek WLan card and some models were equipped with modules WLan Intel and that's why you can find some drivers (like Realtek Bluetooth Driver Package Filter) in the driver from the list of downloads that are not essential for all models.
I have just reinstalled windows on my Toshiba Qosmio X 500-140 and installed all the drivers I need.
But I could not find Realtek Wireless LAN driver in the download list.
I just find the LAN Driver. If I can just connect to the internet with LAN cable.
Check please the Toshiba WLAN http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/wlan/ Portal
I hope you can find it there.
Whenever I try to install the Driver Realtek Wireless LAN 2023.17.731.2015 using Toshiba Service Station, extraction ends and permissions invites pop up, I click Yes but nothing happens. No other window does not appear, the driver does not disappear in the list of the software updates in a gas station. It's just as if nothing is happening.
No idea why this is happening?
I use a Toshiba Satellite C55 - C PSKWSV with an OS 64-bit of Windows 10.
Hi my C50 - B Satellite did the same thing.
Thus, HP support Assistant said I had to update the 7 things. Including RealTek Wireless LAN drivers. After having done that, I've disconnected my wireless network. When I click on the internet icon in the bar below, it shows only a "Airplane Mode" button and that's it. Before, it would also show all available networks. I don't know what I have to do, but I need a quick fix!
Let me welcome you on the HP forums!
I read your post about the loss of WiFi after a driver update and wanted to help.
I see that you are running Win10. Then, click the start menu and open the Device Manager.
When you find the wireless network device, try rolling back the drivers to the previous version. With a little luck, after you do this and you reboot, the WiFi will work again.
And if it works, then disable HP Support Assistant so it won't mess up your drivers more.
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After buying the HP 15 - G208UR laptop, I installed Windows 7 64 instead of default Windows 8.1. Then I started to install Windows 7 HP official drivers and each of them worked correctly except for Realtek Wireless Lan RTL8723BE/RTL8188EE 802.11b/g/n.
The Setup program stops just silently after the extraction process. I used different ways of installation, even tried to download it from third-party sites, it has not helped. With cable, internet works fine. And with OEM Windows 8.1 everything worked perfectly.
Have you tried this driver?
You know that your laptop is the Realtek wireless card?
There is no information available online about what model of wireless card your laptop is.
Please do the following so I can understand that, and then I'll post the links to the drivers you need.
Go to Device Manager. There should be a category of other devices containing a list of devices that need drivers under this category.
The wireless card is labeled as a network controller.
Click the network controller device, and then click the Details tab in the upper part of the window of network controller device.
Now you should see a drop-down list of property and it is set by default to the Description of the unit.
On this list and select the second element (Hardware ID).
After the first string of characters you see in the window.
I receive a notice indicating that my wireless lan driver should be updated. I followed the instructions and know which unit my laptop (Realtek: RTL8188CE) and download the appropriate driver software. It appears as a zip file in my downloads folder. I unzip and then what?
Read the instructions Dutch (although I prefer English on notice that download and update the driver) it is said to look for a readme file (they are all very old, since 2010, none in 2011). Really they don't say anything about what to do. In Dutch, he also says to click on SETUP. I find one that is marked as an application, so I double click that.
It runs, and then on the screen it says something like: "the software may or may not have installed correctly". So I click on it to install it again. Same thing.
I had no idea if it installed correctly or not, so I clicked on the features of network/system/control panel (?) / Realtek... and right-click to see which version of the device driver is there and it has not changed.
So, what should I do to get this new driver works correctly?
I tried several times and it doesn't work right. It becomes very frustrating and there seems to be no way to contact Toshiba support, other than through this forum (which is users rather than support from Toshiba, I think).
Try to install the driver using the old-school method.
Enter the card WLAN (Device Manager) properties > driver > Update driver and browse to the RTL_Driver folder. Choose the folder 7 x 64 or 7 x 78, according to the version of the OS you are using.
I think that it will install the driver.
By the way: If your WLAN is working properly you should not install this driver.
I have an out of the box of Toshiba Satellite L50-B-2CP portable wihtout os because I had a free w7 license and the wireless connection is turned off. I downloaded the broadcom drivers both atheros from the toshiba site, but also the intel wireless lan driver but nothing works when I go into Control Panel, wireless network card is not visible, I don't see Bluetooth.
The Device Manager has no intel listed lan card wi...
Are you sure?!
Have you checked it properly?
LAN and WiFi should appear in the Device Manager in the network adapters box.
Please check this!
I recently reformatted my laptop with windows XP, and I have all the drivers working except the wireless Lan driver.
I got the driver from the toshiba page and this is the XP driver. I install it, but the computer still does not recognize that the map has a pilot (appears as a question mark in the Device Manager) does anyone else have this problem? is there another place to get the driver?
PS: I'm pretty good with computers, I just need the driver file and can installed with on an EXE file
What page of the driver Toshiba did you use for the download of the driver?
As I m not wrong not the * Satellite A210 - ST0 PSAFGC * is a Canadian series and therefore, it would be desirable to use the Canadian page for the download of the driver!
Check this box:
The WLan card chip could come from Realtek or Atheros.
Last but not least, you should check your BIOS version. If the latest version is available on the Canadian page and then try to update!
Since I bought my Satellite M70, I had the same problems described by many on the forum and to keep band from b instead of g and the ability of its 54 Mbit connection.
I updated the intel lan driver and I am now using intel Pro/set utility driver.
Last week, I got a message from toshiba for download the latest Atheros driver which is supposed to improve connectivity.
The problem is that to happen once I installed Atheros driver nothing: there is nothing that I can do with the atheros utility, and I can still only go from Intel or Windows to manage the wireless card.
Does anyone have a good idea on how to use the atheros driver?
Thanks for your help
Hi, Jean Paul
I never had any message of the Toshiba who advise me to update all drivers.
However, I don't know what your laptop is the WLan card but you can't use an Atheros driver on the Intel WLan card for example.
If the Intel WLan card has been installed on your laptop, you must use the Intel Wlan drivers.
Check in the Device Manager you what Wlan laptop using the card you.
I have a Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 with a built-in wireless lan mini pci card. My problem is that I only have Windows XP! But in the toshiba Download Center, there is only the driver for Windows 2 k. What can I do to use the complete wireless lan card controlled? There is a wireless lan client Manager program under Win 2 k called. Can someone help me?
[Edited by: admin on 5 August 05 23:00]
Basically, the WIFI connection can be configured using settings in Windows and it is not necessary to use a WLAN client software.
Qualcomm-Atheros AR8171/8175 PCI - E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.30)
In the specifications it is said that this network adapter might work on the speed of the LAN 1 Gbps 1000base-t.
But the max speed that is displayed on my system is 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX.
Toshiba Satellite L50 - A - 1-5
Windows OS 8.1
Driver version 184.108.40.206
Qualcomm-Atheros AR8171/8175 PCI - E Gigabit Ethernet Controller (NDIS 6.30)
You're right, the network adapter. Atheros QCA8171B supports networks: 1000BASE-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T
To use the range, the router should also support the 1000BASE-T.
Did you check that?
In addition, you can change the LAN settings in:
Device Manager-> LAN card-> properties-> Advanced tab
Here, you should check if 1000BASE-T option is selected and chosen.
I also recommend you check the BIOS settings because as fat I know some LAN function can be enable/disable in the BIOS
I just formatted my Toshiba Satellite L402, and I noticed that I don't have an installed wireless local area network.
My question is; How can I detect my wireless lan driver?
At the bottom of the unit, you will find different labels.
There is also a WLan card part number.
Take it, google about this issue and you need to determine which wireless network card has been installed.
Yesterday my HP Support Assistant marked me on two updates for my system.
Atheros Wireless Lan Driver 2011
This package contains drivers for the Atheros Wireless LAN adapters supported in the...
SoftPaq number: SP52131 Version: 9.20Ap4 size: 81,94 MB
Atheros Wireless LAN Driver - Win 7
This package provides the driver for Atheros WLAN Devices
SoftPaq number: SP48755 Version: 1.00Ep1 size: 20,91 MB
I tried to download both without success. Have I not the right drivers?
Here are my details of computers...
Product name: HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook PC - Windows 7
Serial number: [edited by Moderator serial number]
It would be the last card for your PC's Atheros wireless driver...
Updates were recently fired the SW update. I have installed all the other updates the BIOS etc successfully, with the exception of the wireless Lan driver. Instead of doing an update, it has disabled my wireless totally when he said that the installation has failed.
During my first attempt, I downloaded the driver 100%. Then a pop up message appeared saying that "the installation may take several minutes", and then another Intel logo appears and disappears, but said later that he could not install. After that, I get disconnected from my internet connection. No sign of wireless activity were found. I tried to watch the wireless icon and it was gone. I tried to solve the problem and it says that the only device for my wireless connection is Bluetooth.
I thought it was just the problem of internet connectivity, so I tried to download the next day, but this time while being connected to a local network. The same thing happened to downloaded 100% and does not once again during installation. I just want you to know that I closed all applications and my laptop plugged in during installation if it helps your troubleshooting. I asked SAMSUNG support and they told me that the problem is with Microsoft, so I should ask them.
I tried to update for like 5 or more times, but it's the same thing. I use my laptop for work and it's like I can't live without my wireless LAN are not always available. Download of the update becomes tedious because I have to wait like half an hour to finish the download only to find out that the installation will fail. I searched his driver I can install it manually but its nowhere to be found, looks like I'm stuck with SW update
Thanks for posting your query on the Microsoft Community.
Here in this scenario, I suggest you try to re - install the latest driver for network/wireless connection on your computer and check if it helps.
Download the driver for the network adapter / wireless computer/hardware. Visit the Web site below.
Uninstall the driver for Wireless LAN / network card.
Follow the steps to uninstall the network adapter driver:
a. press Windows + X keys, and then click Device Manager.
b. search for network card.
c. right-click the WLAN network adapter , and then click Uninstall.
d. follow the command prompt, and then restart the computer.
Install the network card driver / wireless that you downloaded from the website of the manufacturer of the computer/hardware.
Please reply with the status of the issue so that we can better help you.
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