Satellite Pro L10 - wireless network card is not detected in Win7
I have a dual boot with XP and Win7 Pro.
If I install the wireless driver from the download on XP site, no problem.
I tried the same procedure using the download wireless driver on the partition Win7 using a) driver XP b) driver Vista & c) the Vista driver in compatibility mode. Nothing worked and it is even not a yellow exclamation in Device Manager, so the wireless card point don't has not recognized at all.
Same problem with Ubuntu Linux.
In XP, it is recognized as "INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless Lan Card".
The entry in Device Manager is right and so must be included in Windows XP Home edition.
This old model of laptop is not supported for Win7 and on the download section Toshiba WLAN I cant find driver for Intel PRO/Wireless 2200 WIRELESS network card.
Googling around, I see many people have the same problem on different models of old laptops.
Have you tried to find the driver Googling autour?
I have now managed to dual boot my older Toshiba L10 with XP and Windows 7.
The existing wireless LAN card is not compatible with the Windows 7 partition and I use an external usb wireless.
Does anyone have recommendations on an internal wireless card I can buy which can replace the existing one and is both compatible with XP and Windows 7 32-bit? Is it easy to replace one card with another?
Hardware upgrade on mobile machinery is very limited and most of the information you can get on an upgrade supported for RAM or HARD drive. Upgrade for all other hardware is not supported, so actually there is no info on the hardware compatibility.
Nobody here can offer you a list with 100% compatible cards WLAN.
What WLAN card is inside your old L10?
Have you tried to install the drivers of Toshiba Portal Wlan WLAN - http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/wlan/
Download driver driver from here and install it. Maybe this will help you get the wireless network card is functioning properly.
I have a Satellite pro 4600 since 2002. I've never been checked his internal wireless network card. Today I'm trying to use it, but I am unable to even install it.
1) there is a little left switch of the laptop. I do it ON the switch but it didn't not repond on that not everything on same desktop light next to this switch has.
(2) there is not any link showing option wirless card I can update and install the Device Manager.
(3) I have dual boot windows 2000 and xp. In the two I tried to install the driver of his CD moose. But there was no requirement for the office and even in network and Device Manager.
Please give me an urgent response.
I have a similar problem. The text of presentation for the Satellite Pro 4600 says 'model of communication center Mobile with wireless built-in on all Intel® Pentium® III, LAN module card integrated 10/100 Ethernet NETWORK and international integrated V.90 data/fax modem'. Mine is a model of the Pentium III. Operating system is W2K fully patched.
I used the interface NETWORK built-in Ethernet and modem V.90, but so far never had the opportunity to use wireless. The wireless on the left side switch produces a light. Should this model use a wireless PC card? If so, where would be a?
I ve problem. I'm looking everywhere and I don t know what s happened.
I installed XP and I ve problem with WLAN. Before I've used Vista and was ok :)
I got the driver for RTL8187b of
http://www.Realtek.com.tw/downloads/downloadsView.aspx?langid=1&PNid=1&PFID=1&level=6& Conn = 5 & DownTypeID = 3 & GetDown = false & downloads = true #R TL8187B
and I tried the official website of Toshiba.
In Device Manager, everything is ok, but I can't connect.
This n t work:
"The wireless network card is Atheros and not Realtek! The LAN card is Realtek but not the wireless network card!
The Atheros driver can be found here:
Can someone write me step by step how this fix.
Please help me and sorry for my English :)
> Also may try to reinstall the drivers that appear in this web site, appear here the Atheros drivers your need of portable.
Your computer laptop doesn t support card Atheros, but card Realtek WLan.
> In Device Manager, everything is ok, but I can't connect.
As you say the WLan card is recognized correctly, but you can't connect.
I m do not know why, but you should check first if your WLan router uses the same standard WLan (802.11 A, B or G) as the WLan card.
Check the settings!
Then check if the right WLan encryption has been selected, check if the Mac address was not enabled, check if the firewall doesn t affect the WLan connectivity.
I just bought a Toshiba Satellite pro L100, which has a built in wireless card, an Atheros AR5005g. I activated the card wireless via the switch on the laptop, and then I let the search for available networks. She is 4-5 or secured creditor and unsecured networks in my area, but it does not find my router which is about 3 meters from the hotel!
I tried to manually configure my network to see if the laptop can locate it, but without success. I've used a network card in my last laptop, a Belkin 802.11 g that I then inserted in the excellent connection laptop and bingo to 54mps. But I want to use the integrated wireless card that captures an unsecured somewhere network in my area but the signal is weak and is very slow.
Can someone help me please? The router that I'm trying to access is a Netger WGR 614. NETGEAR were not useful.
First of all I want to say that for these questions there is not a magic solution.
I think that you need to check many options that could have a negative influence on the WLan connectivity.
First of all, you should check if the Wlan router supports WLan standard even as the Wlan card. For example 802.11 B or G or both
Disable all ciphers on the router as well as the MAC address filtering.
Then check the WiFi channels! Try to use the same channel on the map of local area network on the router.
Which driver do you use? Try to download the latest WLan driver Atheros site.
I think the Atheros provides the own local network configuration utility. Try to use it.
As you can see, there are many options that must be verified
Also, one of my notebooks is not able to connect to the router because I use a WLan router that supports a 802.11 BG WLan standard and in my book the AB 802.11 card has been installed.
So I can't connect to the router ;(
I'm cleaning a Satellite Pro 6100 for a customer and noticed that it has built in wireless card (something they didn't know). However, I just can't work out how to access. I pushed the little switch on the side backwardsa and I rocked forward, Fn + F8 and everything else I can think. But nothing happens.
I even found the Switch Device Network utility, but that is only to show the LAN card.
First of all please check if Device Manager in the laptop has an integrated WiFi card. The switch WLan available on the website of the laptop does not. Laptops are delivered with different specifications, and the WLan card is optional.
I think that the WLan card is not installed in your laptop and so you cannot use it.
ICH have a Satellite Pro 4600 with processor Celeron 700.
The model Nr is PS460E-00NKZ-GR
Where can I buy a WLAN card for this laptop?
I found this thread:
Someone suggested that the mini-PCI Wireless card has PA3070U-1MPC part number.
Google for this part number and you should find some offers or you will contact the service provider allowed in your country to order a card compatible WLan.
Hardware WiFi isn't in Device Manager.
Win Vista 32 bit, Ultimate
Realtek Semiconductor Corporation
May I ask what is the problem with your laptop?
You description is not really useful
I'm under WXP Pro for over 2 years and I've been connecting to the internet via a pc wireless card in my laptop with no problems PCMCIA slot. Suddenly last week, he started randomly disconnect and reconnect, and now it is gone completely.
I bought a new WiFi card and still does not work. I checked the Device Manager and driver of cardbus PCMCIA works well as all other devices. The driver for the wireless card and another bound network drivers not start little matter what I try and how many times I try. I tried another laptop and my old card and once again work very well.
The device driver I try to start have the error
"Error 1058: the service cannot be started, either because it is disabled or because it has no enabled devices is associated to him."
The card driver is installed, but not from, it is as if the laptop cannot detect or see the card in the slot
Please help; I have difficulties to find someone with the same problem after a week of searching the Web.
This problem may occur if the service is disabled or if the service is disabled for the hardware profile you are currently using.
To activate the service follow these steps:
1. click on start, point to programs, point to administrative tools and then click Services.
2. double-click on the service that is not started.
3. click on the tab to open a session.
4. check that the service has not been disabled for the hardware profile that you are using. If so, click Activate.
5. click on the general tab, verify that the service has not been disabled in the Startup Type box. If Yes, click Automatic to have it start when you start the computer.
What is described here in the article MS knowledge base
After istalling Windows 7 on my Satellite P300 card wireless LAN Atheros can't find my bt homehub.
I tried to change the channel on the hub and updated to update all drivers, but still no luck.
Any ideas anyone?
The wireless network card is properly activated?
This BT hub is not known to me, but check settings WLAN hub and laptop and updated on both devices to run on the standard G only.
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.
Can someone tell me please what sound card has the Satellite Pro L10?
All I know is that it is an integrated, but need to find the drivers for it, as I don't have my original master computer disc with me here in College, but to do my sound!
[Edited by: admin on 22 January 06 08:58]
Your device has Conexant CX20468-31 AC97 Audio Sound Card.
Have a computer Satellite A30 laptop-404, I wonder what kind of card Mini-PCI Wireless would be compatible with my PC?
Found this one for example.
Gigabyte GN-WI01GS MINI PCI ADAPT 802. 11B / G BASE of RALINK CHIP SNM
Anyone who knows what other types could be used?
Hmm, well I've never heard of Gigabyte WLAN cards and I don't know laptops that are equipped with these cards.
I checked Toshiba Web site and some Satellite A30 models shipped with a card Atheros and Intel WLAN. So, I recommend buying a those manufactures wireless network card.
For example Wireless LAN Mini PCI card (2, 4 GHz, 802 11 b) PA3212U-3MPC should be compatible.
What graphics card can I play the sims 3 on a Satellite Pro L10?
It must support shader 2
The L10 Pro Sam is a former an I doubt that you will get the Sim 3 running on this laptop.
You need much stronger unit!
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