Satellite L500 - wireless network adapter is missing in Device Manager
Hi guys, I have read a lot of discussion but not found a job of answer to my problem and yet, although this doesn't seem to be a common problem, so I was wondering if someone can help out me. Model laptop is L500-1VT. There is no switch on / off external WiFi.
-Awake portable sleep, already before his pan was connected to wifi, but suddenly had no connection.
-Adapter doesn't not appear in Control Panel, so checked Device Manager. Isn't there. : S
-Thought that maybe something has come loose? But then checked msinfo32.exe and adapter was seen here.
-Read a lot of discussion about it being from PVAT with FCU, then followed advice doing reinstalls and uninstalling and reinstalling driver wlan (this being seen in lost msinfo32.exe.) Unfortunately, it did not work. Still not apparently visible to windows.
-Fn + F keys never worked and after reinstall of the above programs still do not work.
-Wireless is enabled in the bios.
-However, and I don't know if it's the crux of the problem. * Wireless is DISABLED in HWsetup.exe. When I try to turn it on, it says reboot needed. If I do that immediately, or much later, I get a blue screen and memory dump.* so I'm sure it's a software problem.
-J' also tried restores system and disks of microsoft repair. But I am at a loss about what to do now, so use my phone via USB WiFi to connect to MTAs.
If anyone has any ideas, it would be great!
WLAN works when you restart your laptop?
Latest version of the BIOS is installed on your laptop satellite?
Have you tried updating the BIOS too?
And Yes, last question: do you use the original OS that you got with your laptop (recovery image)?
Satellite L500 model PSLS0A-084002.
Wireless network adapter is not listed under network adapters in the devices menu. FN does not display the wireless tab. There is no off / switch for the wireless on this laptop model. In the BIOS, the wireless LAN is selected ON.
Switch OFF wireless and then re-start and then plug the wireless, and then re-bots don't find out the wireless adapter.
Other messages suggest the update of the BIOS. Running version 1.9. ersion 2.1 is available. When I try to run the update: code error-144. BIOS is not flashable.
Thank you very much.
Before you start with the update of the BIOS, you should try to install the latest driver WLAN you can get on the official website of Toshiba. It seems that you have an Australian model laptop to check the Australian page here:
www.MyToshiba.com.au > Support > downloads
After installing the latest driver WLAN check the status again.
BIOS update error could be related to missing value added package. Have you installed this tool from Toshiba?
Run the update as an administrator?
I have a Satellite L450D - 11 X Windows 7
It seems to me suffer a problem mentioned by a few others, although I can't find a definitive answer on a cause/solution.
Out of the blue, the other day while using my laptop, my wireless network disconnected and instead of an indicator in the taskbar wireless, I find myself with a wired connection indicator. The option to turn on wireless using FN + F8 disappeared (he jumps now from F7 to F9), and in the Device Manager, the only listed network adapter is "Realtek PCIe FF Family controller".
My computer is only 4 months, so I imagine that it's under warranty still...
Can anyone advise me on what I should do?
Thanks in advance for your help
Try to update driver Wlan, you can consult:
Post edited by: Jeka-HE
I've seen a number of similar questions but no solution to my problem.
Windows 7 Home Premium - 64-bit
Realtek WLAN driver
After the resumption of a sleep, the network adapter dissappeared. This has happened before and they have replaced the computer, after trying a system restore and recovery then full. Apparently, it is not the computer.
The wireless adapter is missing in Device Manager, even less space network and connections. To solve the problems, the computer simply says that a network cable needs to be connected. There is no choice under wireless network connections. It has no label adapter wireless on right click of the NIC in Device Manager.
Realtek WLAN driver appears in the list programs & features. I uninstalled, reinstalled and also found/installed a patch for the pilot. It did not work. I have also started/automated wireless auto configuration scripts. Nothing works.
Any help is appreciated.
This same thing happened to me. What are the causes it to happen is very low battery, but has found a simple solution to turn back on the wireless network card.
Hold the Windows key and press x
menu should appear
Click on Device Manager
must go to a list of devices on your computer
Expand the network adapters in the list
Maybe a little choice but look for 2 people with the same name. one for the wifi and the other for ethernet
Double click on the wireless network card
Click the power management tab
Click on the tab that allows wifi to be off with low battery
Click the tab drivers and turn on the device
should be fine from there
After upgrade to W7 to professional W8 for my HP 802. 11b / g wireless network adapter does not work. Manager displays with a yellow!. I can't find any driver updates. May I ask your help please?
I have HP Pavilion m8140.ch (for desktop)
Looks like you did the manual install right.
It's an old wireless adapter and just, it may not work with the W8.
Have you tried to run the windows update since the real device?
If not try this, click on the driver tab, click on update driver, select Auto search and see if WU detects a driver in this way.
I can't connect to the wi - fi network because the network controller is missing in Device Manager. Please help with link where I can download the right software to. My hardware ID as it is in Device Manager - Properties - Hardware ID is
PCI\VEN_1814 & DEV_3060 & SUBSYS_3C041186 & REV_00
PCI\VEN_1814 & DEV_3060 & SUBSYS_3C041186
PCI\VEN_1814 & DEV_3060 & CC_028000
PCI\VEN_1814 & DEV_3060 & CC_0280
Please I need help fast.
You don't specify what operating system is installed.
Is a HP 500 b, your desktop PC?
My wireless was working fine yesterday, but today when I turned on there is no wireless signal.
The switch is on, but no light on.
And the wireless card is missing from Device Manager.
Does anyone have any ideas how I can reinstall the Please?
I don't know what type is the adapter...
It's a Satellite A100 - 02M. Thank you
Satellite A100 - 02 M seems belongs to the PSAANE series and the Atheros WLan card driver should be right.
The latest WLan card driver can be found here:
See you soon
The Windows 7 RC Device Manager does not recognize my wireless network adapter (for example: Atheros, Intel or Realtek). I tried to install all the Toshiba support drivers, but none of them work:
After installation, they ask me to connect the unit to my computer (of course it is still on the motherboard!).
=>, Is there a way to know what is my Wifi adapter?
that one failed: http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/HTD7201PO000SR01.htm (this is the only Word to say "network adapter" with a yellow exclamation point).
-Online someone knows when will be released Windows 7 drivers on the website?
Before you begin to install all drivers WLAN you can find on the Toshiba site you must make sure that wireless network card, you have exactly. You can check in the Device Manager-online properties-online Details of the local network adapter device.
Need you an information like PCI\VEN_XXXX & DEV_XXXX
If you have based this information you are looking for with these terms on this site in order to determine the exact WLAN card:
After that, you can download the driver appropriate for your laptop. Before installing, you must uninstall all other versions and restart the laptop.
Also, make sure that the WIFI is enabled with the hardware switch and FN + F8.
Hi guys hope you can help!
I have a Satellite Pro A660 - 11 M Windows 7-64 bit
The wireless network adapter does not work...
I tried to reinstall the bios and the driver wireless.
The wireless button is lit to Yes as the key Fn + F8 doesn't show not relevant wifi is turned on/off as usual!
It shows also in the Device Manager and BIOS.
Is there something I missed? Or is it a faulty card?
> It shows also in the Device Manager and BIOS.
First of all, you won't find any WLan entries in the BIOS.
But you should see the local network card in Device Manager.
If good WLan driver has been installed, the local network adapter device should appear in devices-> network cards Manager.
If WLan driver has not been installed properly, you'd still see an entry under network adapters, but it should appear as unknown device or Ethernet controller.
You can this inscription?
In addition, the WLan driver was released on the Toshiba UE driver page.
The question is; have you chosen the right Wlan driver.
As much as I know that the laptop supports the BROADCOM 802.11(B/G/N) BCM94313 WLan card and, as a result, Broadcom Wlan driver should be used.
PL. seated me in solving the WIFI issue in my newly purchased Toshiba Satellite L300-2This (PSLBGE 020004AR)
1. me confirm - this model is equipped with WIFI as shown in the Web of Toshiba site but my device manager it is not displayed at all. (using Windows XP)-its only display Realteck LAN
2. I installed the drivers from the site web of Toshiba - but always hardware WIFI not be picked up by any driver. Device Manager showing that a single 'Ethernet LAN' not installed-may be it is the WIFI card but once again on three pilots (real teak/intel/Ac..). which is the right selection computer-based laptop model No.? as none does not detect the hardware.
3. confirm me - this model is NOT - equipped also BluTooth?
Appreciate the quick response in this regard.
Just a simple question: have you activated the wireless network adapter using the hardware on the computer switch portable and key combination FN + F8?
Satellite L300 is permanently equipped with wireless network card because a friend of mine had the same specifications.
However, you should try to update the WLAN driver. Check the download page of the Toshiba driver for an update.
Hello. I'm having a frustrating problem with an old laptop Satellite P15. I restored the phone to default settings using the recovery disk that the system was working very badly. After that, the wireless network adapter has stopped working. In the Device Manager "Atheros AR5001X + Wireless Network Adapter" is marked with a yellow exclamation point. In the menu properties, under general, the State of the device the following is listed:
The device cannot find enough free resources that it can use (code 12)
The operating system is Windows XP Home Edition. The same problem has been present in SP1, SP2 and SP3. I also updated the BIOS to V2, but it also did not help.
At work, we use a wireless internet connection. At home, I have a DSL connection. Curiously, when I plugged the network cable to the House, the yellow exclamation mark disappeared and a wireless connection icon appeared in the network connections window. I assumed that the problem has been resolved by updating to Windows; However when I brought the computer in the office, the wireless adapter was once more in the State I described.
I searched the internet for the same problem, but was unable to find anything. I would be very happy to help.
all the best,
BIOS version is installed on your machine? And you have you recently changed some hardware etc...?
I don't know what it could be, but in the worst cases, the wlan card has certain shortcomings. You can check this by getting somewhere such an atheros wlan card or intel and install it instead of the one installed.
Maybe the exchange of cards should solve this problem?
My wireless network adapter does not work under Vista. If I press FN + F8 nothing happens. Wireless communication is always offline.
What can I do?
Typ: Atheros AR5008X Version: 18.104.22.168
Laptop Satellite 200
Please help me!
Thanks in advance!
BIOS bug? I don t think so
First of all, you must make sure that this isn't a hardware problem. In this case, insert the Toshiba Recovery CD and reinstall the operating system of this device. This will outline the laptop to factory settings. Notes; This would format the whole HARD drive.
After the new installation, you must activate the WLan switch on the side of books, and you can then use the switch button FN + F8 to select the WiFi network.
I assume that you have already configured your Wlan router. So the same settings such as the SSID, encryption of WLan, etc. must be defined on the laptop too.
2.5 years ago I bought L-750d-159:
Video: AMD Radeon HD 6520G (TM)
Wireless: Atheros AR9002WB-1NG wireless network adapter
CPU: AMD A6 - 3400 M APU with graphics Radeon (TM) HD
RAM: 4 GB
OS: Windows 7 Home Edition SP1, 64-bit.
For the majority of the last 2.5 years I had the same questions, alternating between them over and over again without solution in sight.
Repetition of questions: *.
1. wireless adapter goes dead, no help of the troubleshooter in windows. Only restart help to, rarely he demans restart another. at the same time #2 arrives:
2. cannot read USB (IE external HARD disk). allows you to restart.
3. wireless mouse does not respond. Randomly, reset help.
4 gel. Sometimes, when there is nothing running in the background. Of course, hard restart (only power button)
5. office freeze.not always, but if he gets in the mood, he could go the days where minutes after I start the 'word' it would just freeze. Hard reset again.
6. "atikmpag' blue screen. After not having it for a long time, I started just have it again.
7 power supply and battery issues:
7.1 with battery:
Suddenly load stops. disconnect and reconnect do not help.
Fresh only when the computer is turned off.
7.2 without battery:
Instant stop. Usually when you use Chrome.
These issues are alternating, everyday sense I get something else, without a prescription for them that I noticed.
* How to try to remedy: *.
1. updated all the drivers for the toshiba page.
[Page drivers Toshiba | http://www.toshiba.co.il/innovation/download_drivers_bios.jsp]
2. update the BIOS. I do this cotton after having feeding problems, not so useful.
3. formatting and reinsalled Windows 7 to factory settings.
I am sure that there is a solution out there, the computer itself works fine for me (when it works) and I will not buy a new one, until it falls dead (I could give a year or two).
Are you guys famliar with these questions?
Here are the proven solutions for this model?
Post edited by: fish85
> 1. Wireless adapter goes dead, no help of the troubleshooter in windows. Only restart help to, rarely he demans restart another.
WLan problems could appear for different reasons. I don t think that it is a WLan driver problem. I think that you should just check the WiFi configuration.
For example, you should check whether changing the WiFi 1-11 channel would improve performance. Also change the settings for encryption (WPA/WP2-AES, TKIP) is worth trying.
Turn off all the settings for the WLan to save energy and check if there is a difference if you turn off the WLan mouse.
> 2. Cannot read USB (IE external HARD disk). allows you to restart.
Also the issue of USB can be related to energy saving settings.
In the Device Manager-> USB Controllers-> properties-> tab power management option that allows the system to power off the device to save power.
> blue screen "atikmpag. After not having it for a long time, I started just have it again.
This file/process is tied to the ATI graphics card. Try to use the latest graphics card driver. An update is recommended in this case.
Well, sooner or later each battery must be replaced. I put t know if your battery is malfunctioning but probably new battery would help to resolve the issue
In addition, to remove and uninstall the device control method battery Microsoft acpi located in Device Manager.
I have a Qualcomm Atheros AR956x wireless network adapter
status "this device cannot start (code 10)" exclamation mark = in side of the yellow triangle
so no wireless
Impossible to update via MS suspect this could cause problem in the first place
tried to download from toshiba, but same website
tried to uninstall even
tried the 3rd driver manager advantage but only to see mobile as U500 not U50 (no provision)
athwbx.sys file worm 10.0.0.301 latest version (looked in the sys32/victory/drivers date modified 17/10/14? 4.03 MB?) I think that download was 39 MB)
vwifibus.sys worm 6.3.9600.16384 file
I guess I could remove old and copy new download in one place
I was wondering if anyone has had the similar problem
Any help appreciated
I found the page sheet of laptop here:
But unfortunately, the page provides no details on the integrated WLan module.
However, all the drivers are available here:
and the Atheros WLan driver win 8.1 has the version number: 10.0.0.308
I need help to identify the wireless network adapter for my laptop. Anyone know the type of card?
As a first step, we need to identify your model of laptop. ;)
Please send us the model name and model number. You can find it on the gray label placed at the bottom of your laptop.
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