Satellite M45-S265 does not recognize WLAN adapter
I just restore my computer and it does not recognize the WiFi device,
I tried with the support from Toshiba but I couldn't find an answer, the switch is on but I do not have the Green ligth and in the network of connections is not appear.
Could you tell me how I can implement this feature? or check the hardware?
Is a Toshiba Satellite M45-S265
You see the device wireless in Device Manager?
Its drivers are installed correctly?
If the driver is installed, try to disable or reconfigure your firewall
the question is:
Why my Satellite A110-294 does not recognize the wireless card?
I re - install Xp PRO with all the drivers.
I have try all the drivers Wireless: Wlan intel + proset intel atheros wlan + wlesscmgr
I don't understand, can you help me?
To my knowledge, the A110-294 uses the Atheros WLan card and therefore the Atheros Wlan dirver should be the right one.
You can find the latest driver for Atheros WLan here:
Just a question;
You see the local network card in Device Manager? I mean, you should see an Ethernet controller or an unknown device in the network adapters
The driver is missing, then the device must be marked with a yellow exclamation point
My computer (Satellite P20 S203) does not recognize my second Bank of memory (1 GB). I have two banks of memory of 1 GB installed. BIOS reports only 1 GB, Windows reports that 1 GB and my Linux so he says only 1 GB of memory. I removed each Bank of memory and restarted the computer successfully in each of the two slots, No Problem, but when the two banks of memory are inserted, it always uses only 1 GB. My BIOS is on version 2.10:
BIOS is the PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Release 6.0
I know it's an old computer (about 10 years), but what could cause such a problem?
Thanks a lot for any advice or suggestions!
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The upgrade modules, bought exactly?
To me it sounds like that it s a compatibility problem or your computer laptop doesn't support 2 GB.
If you use two memory modules, you must only use two modules of the same production.
Whenever I have start Satellite Pro 6100 Win XP Pro with standard battery mounted and connected to the power supply computer laptop does not recognize the ext battery supply single supply and during 'start-up' goes into hibernation.
By pressing the power on button laptops "wake up" and indicate that the battery is empty or may not even decide when completely loaded, then says connect the station even if still connected, looking under Toshiba console when it runs shows running on battery when still in the power of the ext?
I have two batteries and both give the above symptoms even when I remove ext of laptop power always runs with power supply by battery but no light orange or green for battery.
Is your AC adapter malfunctions or there is something wrong with the power supply to electronic s laptop.
In the first case you could purchase a new compatible AC adapter and could check if the laptop can run successfully.
The second possibility is a serious hardware problem, but in this case, the laptop must be checked by an authorized technician.
I have a L655. Most of the time it works perfectly fine. Sometimes when I turn on my computer, it does not recognize my wireless card. He considers that it is not at all.
The icon in the status bar says that there is no cable ethernet plugged in and nothing on the wireless.
Usually this icon is not present, and one for the wireless is (whether it is connected or not and if there are connections available or not). In the device manager there is nothing for the wireless card.
Under network card it has only ethernet. Its as if it does not exist.
Basically the way to solve this problem is by restarting simply my computer until he figures it.
Sometimes, it can take 5 or more times.
Any help please?
What satellite L655-xxx you have exactly?
As far as I know there are different models with different wireless network cards.
Your BIOS is up to date? Please check this box.
So now to a few proposals of solution:
First of all that I recommend to check if the update of the Wlan driver would improve the Wlan functionality.
In addition, you must deactivate the energy saving feature for Wlan in Device Manager and Windows 7 power options as well.
I just bought a Toshiba Satellite 1900 (PS192E) and place an old 20 GB HDD from an old laptop.
When I boot, the screen is in VGA 16 color mode, it recognizes the DVD player, but does not recognize the CD/DVD when inserted. I tried to install and run the utility "driver robot" Toshibas, but the display is such that I see all of the screen to start the search.
If there is someone out there who could give me some advice, I would be extremely grateful.
Thank you very much
OK, you have installed the disk HARD of another laptop but too format the HARD drive? I mean if the HARD drive performed from another laptop, you need to reinstall Windows because now you have other hardware installed.
What version of Windows is it?
If you want to install a driver for the graphics card go into Device Manager and select Update driver.
I have a laptop Satellite A30 and when I start it up I get this message:
For Realtek RTL8139 (X) /8130/ 810 X PCI Fast Ethernet Controller v2.13 (020326)
PXE - E61: Media test failure, check cable of
PXE - M0F: Exit PXE ROM
I think my laptop is trying to boot from LAN because that does not recognize the hard drive, but the drive is ok, I tried on another computer with problem. Sometimes, not always, and I don't know why, I can start from the CD. If I boot from the Windows XP installation disk, I can access the hard drive. I've run fixboot and fixmbr hard disk, but that does not change. The bios recognizes the hard drive. BIOS vertsion is 1.20. I tried to upgrade the BIOS, but I need to Windows, so...
Thank you very much and sorry for my English :)
To message PXE, you can consult this document:
I think that your HARD drive or disc HARD controller of the motherboard is faulty, but I don't know m.
Have you checked the HARD drive with a special tool for this? The Drive Fitness Test can check the HARD drive for bad sectors or something else:
Take the test and post your result!
For some unknown reason, my Satellite C650-1CP stopped reading DVDs (although it works for cd), it does not recognize all simply that a DVD is in the drive.
I tried several games (including games that worked on my laptop) and none do not work, any suggestions?
Maybe the DVDs are scratched... Have you tried different types of DVD and you are sure that the drives are ok?
You can also try to remove the server - and lowerfilters in the registry. So follow the instructions in this Microsoft article:
Hi there I hope someone can help me
I have a Satellite L30-105 PSL33E, which came with 1 GB of ram installed (2 x 512 MB made by TeamViewer)
and it's terribly slow with vista, not to mention programs.
The toshiba website says max RAM is 2 GB, so I bought a Kingston 1 GB ram chip to increase the ram to 1.5 GB. I thought should try before moving to 2 GB
However after installing memory vivid it's show still only 1 GB in windows and in the bios (894 + the rest for video). It has the latest available BIOS on the site 3.10, yet still does not recognize the chip.
The chip is installed in the lower slot, including the original 512 at the top (closest to the keyboard)
Are limited to only some of the Satellite of RAM?
The old subjects indicate if kingston does not work try corsair.
Other topics suggested to change slots
Others suggest that it may have only two of the same ram chips in IE 2 x 512 or 2 x 1 GB, you may not have 1 of each
Can anyone help? everyone knows about similar problems?
I will not buy any more RAM to try different brands for the same issue to occur
The L30-105 is able to manage the 1024Mo modules in each location it should be able to update the RAM up to 2 GB.
> Why the RAM 1 GB module cannot be recognized?
Perhaps the two modules are not compatible with each other
I would recommend using two identical modules of the same manufacturing
I use Kingston modules, they are ok for me
I have a problem because my satellite A200-1AE with Microsoft Vista does not recognize the USB 2.0 flash drive. He asks me a program/software!
The same USB works without problem on other computers with vista!
Someone knows what to do?
First of all, you must disconnect all USB devices and must remove the USB ports and controllers in the Device Manager.
After this procedure, you must restart the laptop. After a new restart the Vista operating system should recognize the USB ports and should reinstall USB drivers again.
Then you must update the Vista to the State! All fixes and patches must be installed. Please note that you will have to visit the MS Update site for all patches
Notes; MS has released a beta of Vista SP1. I installed it on my laptop and it has solved several problems.
I have a Toshiba laptop Satellite L30 113.
It has 512 MB of RAM and therefore struggled to run Windows Vista, so I bought another 1 GB of RAM.
It's DDR2 553 MHZ (PC4200.
The problem I have is that the laptop does not recognize both DIMMs, i.e. the old 512 MB and the new 1 GB when they are in the whole PC. I tried the two DIMM individually in both slots and there is no problem, but when I install both the system sees just 1 GB. I tried the DIMMs around two ways but without success.
Did I miss something?
They should be the same size as in the bad old days?
What is going on?
> I tried the two DIMM individually in both slots and there is no problem, but when I install both the system sees just 1 GB
Seems that the two RAM modules are not completely compatible...
I've read several times on these issues and to be honest it s are not uncommon
I advise you to buy two identical RAM modules ad then to try again
I'm afraid there is no other solution for your problem of m.
can someone tell me why Win98se does not recognize my toshiba cardbus ethernet card?
also, where can I find drivers?
I really hope that someone can give me the answer!
First, you must install the driver. I guess that you don't have the installation disc. You need to download a folder of your choice or to where you can find it, it may come as an exe file or a zip file. Install the driver and restarts. Once the driver is installed, you can insert the adapter. Windows98SE automatically installs the driver from your hardware, if a version conflict is displayed, select 'Yes' to use the new file and continue. Resart your computer.
To find the driver you need, go to driverguide.com and register here, it's free, all you need is a valid email address to activate your account. Once you register with driverguide, check your e-mail and click on the validation link, it'll take you back to the website and you should already be connected, jump offers so that access you the page "welcome to driverguide", scroll down to the driver search wizard, choose your product type of device, in this case , NIC, you should be able to navigate from there and find your driver.
I had a problem with my Satellite Pro 4200 PCMCIA, which worked very well with 2 cards different Ethernet but when I tried to use the WLAN, it could recognize only a SMC EZ Connect 2.4 GHz 11 Mbps Wireless Cardbus Adapter (SMC2635W). I'm now running on XP Service Pack 2 and the big question mark is that XP didn't detect all other cards except the SMC a WLAN.
I tried the Linksys Wireless-B 2.4 GHz 802. 11B (WPC11 ver.4) and the generic IEEE802.11b WLAN CardBus card 2.4 GHz/11 Mbps but XP has not yet detected the card. The power of the map light was off and blinked only one time that when I plug. Both cards worked great on my old friend laptop IBM, which is finally older than my laptop. I bought this laptop 6 years ago and never had any problems with the front PCMCIA.
I have worked on this issue with my friend for about a week and we have no idea if this is a hardware or software problem. I first thought that it might be the PCMCIA 16 bits problem but I think that the SMC card is also not the 16 a bit. I did update the BIOS but I don't think it will make all the differences, if I did. Please help me solve this problem that I'm dying to know what really happened. Thank you!
See you soon,.
Well, the 4200 Pro Satellite does not for me but I found something on the Sat Pro 4220. This laptop supports PC - Card16 - bit PCMCIA and CardBus 32-bit (2 x PCMCIA type II) or 1 x PCMCIA type III
In this case I don't think that it? s a matter of 16 bits.
What you can do is to try to change the settings in the BIOS.
In the "configuration" box, you can set the configuration of the device to "devices".
In addition, in the "PC card" box, you can change the mode of the controller "CCIP compatible" or ' cardbus/16-bit' or 'automatic selection '.
Try all the settings. Maybe one of them will be working.
I have a problem with the extension of the RAM.
I have the Satellite A200-1CR with 2 x 512 MB of RAM.
Now, I bought 1 x 2 GB RAM (DDR2 PC2-5300 (667 MHz); PA3513S-1M2G) but the BIOS and Windows recognizes only 1 GB.
When I add 1x512mo to the second slot, the system recognizes 1.5 GB of RAM.
Where is the problem?
What should I do to make it see 2 GB?
I think the answer is very simple.
Satellite A200-1CR can be upgraded up to 2 GB of RAM.
This means that you can use max 1 GB of RAM in one slot
You used 2 GB of RAM and this module does not seem to be compatible
In my opinion if you want to use 2 GB of RAM then you can buy 2 x 1 GB RAM modules
I have Toshiba Satellite L300 series, PSLB8E. It came with a basic version of vista pre-installed window and it was working fine until I decided to update.
I took it to a computer for an upgrade store to ultimate window.
This version worked very well for a few weeks until I have received a message on the screen that says: 'I have to get a genuine copy of windows.
Because ever since I started having problems with my usb ports, my computer couldn't detect something I connect to it (usb, printer, mouse, etc.) he worked with modem only, sometimes it would open my external hard drive but it does not have its drivers.
I then decided to buy a window 7 home base, but instead of this problem will disappear, that it got worse as my usb ports completely stopped working.
I tried all the stuff I can think, but nothing has worked. the problem I have is that I don't have the original disc in Windows vista
Someone please help!
I agree: installing drivers for Windows 7 is very important to get all devices work correctly. Windows 7 is much better than Vista OS and I don't see any reasons why your L300 Sat should not work properly with this Win 7 OS.
I recommend you to install the Windows 7 system again by install completely clean.
After that, download all drivers Toshiba Win 7 of the Toshiba UE driver page.
Very important are the drivers as value added package, Chip Set Utility, card reader controller, display driver, LAN driver, WLan, Sound Driver, Storage Manager and driver of the touchpad
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