Satellite Pro L770-149 - cannot get working Wlan


I recently rebuilt a Toshiba Satellite Pro L770-149 with windows 7 64 bit, when I installed first the operating system, all the drivers were missing so I installed all of the correct drivers and had run as it was before. Form Apart wireless connectivity,

It can connect through the ethernet cable and wireless (Fn + F8) is enabled.
Device Manager, it shows that all the drivers are correct and functional.
The icon in the taskbar just like a Red Cross, unless I connect the etheret cable.

Any Suggestions

Thanks in advance for any help


I think that support for laptop AR9285 WLan Atheros 802.11(b/g/n chip).
Have you seen the Atheros Wlan card in Device Manager?

If so, the WiFi card driver is correctly installed and if you have enabled the wireless network adapter using the FN + F8, then you should be able to configure the WiFi network.

To do this, you must go to control panel-> Network & Sharing Center-> (left) choose manage wireless networks
Now choose Add-> manually create a network profile
Here, you can configure the WiFi using the SSID network and other options needed.

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