Tecra Z50-A-130 - LAN over WLAN connection
My Tecra Z50-A-130 with Windows 7 Professional prefer a WLAN connection over a LAN connection.
When I have a LAN connection available I prefer the LAN connection (speed is better), but my laptop auto activates the WIFI connection.
Is it possible that my laptop active automatic connection of the local network when available, prefer it over the wireless LAN?
Why you n t turn off WiFi if your laptop is connected to the local network?
However, usually Windows controls this connection automatically to change this, you will need to change the priority.
1 click Start, in the search field, type view network connections.
2 press the ALT key, click Advanced Options, and then click Advanced settings...
3 select Local area connection and click the green arrows to give priority to the desired connection.
4 after organizing network connections available according to your preferences, click OK.
5 the computer will now follow an order of priority when the detection of the available connections.
More details here:
Although the latest version of the driver for validity sensor is installed the fingerprint utility cannot connect to the sensor.
System: Win 8.1 64-bit
You should put a little more information on your machine.
Are you using the version Win8.1 as recovery image original Toshiba?
I guess that if you use the laptop with the factory settings, everything should be OK.
Have you noticed this problem with the original driver?
I think to buy Tecra Z50, but one of the features that I need is the ability to connect two external monitors.
Is it possible to have a monitor connected to the HDMI and a VGA (with computer laptop lid closed)?
* Hi-speed III Port Replicator is not an option, because it is not available in my country (Croatia).
I don t think you will be able to connect two external monitors to this laptop using HDMI and RGB port at the same time because of different types of signals.
The RGB/VGA port supports analog signal.
The HDMI port provides the digital video output and when the external monitor is connected to the HDMI port the device is set to HDMI.
> * Hi-speed III port replicator is not an option because it is not available in my country (Croatia).
What of the Dynadock? Its an external device connected to the s for computer laptop USB port.
It supports own graphic unit and you can connect to another external monitor such Dynadock 2nd.
I have a little old... computer laptop Toshiba Tecra A2 of second hand and apparently his need for an ethernet controller and network controller player.
I used the website of toshiba to download many drivers for this laptop model successfully.
I installed all - but I apparently still need these drivers. Where can I get.
Or where could I go to find them?
Thanks for the replies ^^
PS, its windows xp professional
Ethernet controllers are card LAN and WLan card.
If you install the Wlan card driver and the car LAN driver.
The European driver Toshiba page provides all the drivers and they work for you.
Check again the European driver of Toshiba page. Choose your model of laptop, choose the XP and download the LAN and WLan driver!
The drivers can be installed also in Device Manager.
A few days ago I installed a wireless router at home, and since then I had problems with my computer laptop freeze always when you browse the internet. I could do nothing but just press on and hold the power button to manually stop the laptop. Fortunately I realized that now I am back on internet (wired) LAN and everything works very well and without problems. Does anyone have an idea what could be the problem? Is obsolete wireless modem driver? Or - is it possible that computer laptop is not "fine" with the router? It isn't a problem of a browser, because it happened to me when using Mozilla, Chrome, and IE.
I also noticed that every time my laptop is a not connect instantly to wireless when I opened it, often I had to run troubleshooting for internet connection and after awhile it is connected (the signal is excellent if). Please, I will be very grateful for any help or advice, because I really want to solve this problem.
Finally, I include some of the specifics on laptop:
-Computer laptop Toshiba Satellite L850-18 t
-AR9485WB-EG atheros wireless network adapter
-Microsoft virtual wifi miniport adapter
If you need other info just hit an answer :)
I presume that you didn t have such problems in the past, the right? When you use WLAN on some other router (friend) have you noticed the same freezing problem?
On this virtual path, it is not easy to say what may be the problem. You must study it a bit. If you use the right original preinstalled OS and tested WLAN driver is installed. What you can try is to install the latest version of http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/wlan/
Check it please all WLAN settings. Try to test the protection of WLAN WLAN connectivity. Restart your router. Play with it to see if there is some difference.
Be so kind and post comments.
My problem with TECRA S2 is only there 5 minutes before my LAN and WLAN works! I've tried everything (updated BIOS, LAN, Wirelles etc...)
Does anyone have an option to solve my problem?
And what happens if you reboot your router? You must wait 5 minutes yet?
I just bought a TECRA Z50-A-12 X with HI-speed III 120 replicator Port Replicator.
It works but the computer is not stable and I fear that this will eventually damage the port see me problems when using.
Indeed, the PC sits well in the Replicator.
Is there a solution or did not have this app?
Thank you for your response.
Please don't get me wrong, but you should clarify this with Toshiba directly. Here on this forum, you can hear some useful opinions and comments, but I think you should get info straight from Toshiba directly.
You can also do is to contact the nearest Toshiba service provider and ask for help. You can visit ASP and demonstrate how it works and I hope that you will get a professional opinion on this problem.
Long ago I had a Tecra laptop with port replicator, and he was well in place and really does so port replicator he not there no danger of damage to the small port located in the lower corner.
I use TEMPRO to receive notifications on updates of driver for my Tecra Z50 - A (Windows 7-64 bit).
But every notification contains download links pointing to the file wrong driver.
For example, by using the following notification:
the driver which can be downloaded is over 1 year (http://support1.toshiba-tro.de/tedd-...0410120234.zip) and not as described in the notification.
Also note that the same problem going on research drivers directly from:
So for me there is no possibility of updating my laptop.
Thank you for your support.
See you soon.
Drivers using the following Toshiba official page cannot be downloaded because URL locates the old files:
Please fix the download links or offer another way to update.
I've seen in a Youtube video, that the SSD that come as standard are mSATA those and that there is space for a 2.5 drive "under.
So my question is: if I buy a Toshiba Tecra Z50-A-12R, which comes with a 500 GB HARD drive, can I install an additional mSATA SSD as my system disk and using the 500 GB HARD drive as a second drive?
Well, some models are equipped with an mSATA Solid State Drive (SSD) instead of one
hard disk drive. The computer seems to supports a 128 GB and 512 GB disk SSD 256Go
but as far as I know there is only a single SATA controller to connect a HARD drive or SSD.
The mSATA SSD drive is connected to the controller using mSATA HOLDER ASSY.
So this cpl carrier is necessary if you want to use an mSATA SSD.
Of course, you n t need if you use common disk 2.5 SSD or HDD 2.5
My new Toshiba Tecra Z50-to-17 t constantly crashes on shutdown.
At first I thought that it could connect to the Cisco all lie, as it appeared in the event viewer several times.
After I deleted it went well for a while, but now the problem occurred again, but this time there is nothing to see in the event viewer.
Can someone help me what is wrong and how can I fix it myself?
Hi friendly smirou
The laptop has been preloaded with Win 7 64 bit system.
I guess that you are still using this system, I would recommend you to repair the system using the windows have auto repair function.
Start Notepad, and then press F8.
Now you should be able to access the Advanced menu.
Here, you can choose between different options.
You can choose the last known good configuration option.
You can also choose the first option to fix your computer, which will open the next window, where you can access the Startup Repair feature.
There, you might choose the Startup Repair option
Otherwise, it would be desirable to recover the computer laptop back to settings factory just to check if its a system single or maybe hardware problem related question
I've got Tecra Z50 - A - 11 c and an external display connected to the VGA port.
I implemented the plan of power management to turn off the screen after 10 minutes.
The monitor turns off after 10 minutes of inactivity.
The problem is that is not wake the mouse or a key.
I have to restart the laptop to put the image on the external monitor.
The internal display works fine.
It seems to me like a BIOS problem, but I have the latest version of the BIOS.
What happens if you press the function key (Fn + F5) to change the display output? This combination activates the external monitor again?
Have you noticed the same problem using the hibernation, or "sleep" mode?
I m not very good if it really a laptop before issuing.
I mean the internal display still works fine and it would be advisable to check this problem using different external monitors.
By the way: the laptop supports Intel HD Graphics 4400. Try to install the latest Intel GPU driver:
We bought a M550 Crucial 256 GB drive and you want to replace in a Toshiba Tecra Z50 - Av1
We don't want to make any transfer of data or cloned.
We want to do a clean install with Windows 8.1
The BIOS recognizes the SSD
But when you install Windows 8.1 doesn't detect any disk connected to the device and asked additional drivers. Windows does not detect the drive
I have also tested with version lasted this driver (old F6 to start to locate the hard disk driver)
https://Downloadcenter.Intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?AGR=Y&DwnldID=23496&lang=eng&wapk w = f6flpy-x 64.zip
and with toshiba package
You can see that I have the version 3.20 BIOS. Interestingly, I see that the last one is the Toshiba has released version 3.1
But still the CRUCIAL drive is not recognized by the instalation of windows startup
The problem is similar with ubunto, kubuntu,... the drive is detected by the BIOS, but not for the OS.
You solved this problem?
Could you install system 8.1 Windows on this SSD drive?
I think that the installation of additional drivers during the setting procedure isn't necessary since Win 8.1 should already contain pilots essential.
From my point of view of the few, there could be a compatibility issue (maybe the SSD firmware update could solve that problem).
What another SSD disk usage? You have the same problem with other SSDS from other manufacturers?
Your comments would be appreciated.
I have a problem.
I ve downgraded my Toshiba Satellite A5222 C55T for Windows 7 64 bit and it does not have many pilots.
Windows does not recognize my network connection and it didn't install my wireless driver.
Maybe I need a chipset driver, but I found no drivers for windows 7.
Please help me!
If Windows 7 has not recognized the LAN and WLan card, you have not installed the proper drivers.
A5222 C55T satellite is the portable American model.
The drivers can be downloaded from the Toshiba help page we: [Satellite C55T-A5222 | http://support.toshiba.com/support/modelHome?freeText=1200005866]
Choose here the drivers / updates & filter by Windows 7 64 bit (left)
Now you should get all Win 7 64 bit drivers for Satellite C55T-A5222
Affected by a big problem with my WLAN connection which is ongoing for about a month.
I have problems with a very inconsistent connection.
To start, turn on the laptop of its climate 50-50 I'll successfully connect to my internet. Once connected I constantly disconnect and reconnect, never reached a point of stability, as long as possible without hitch is about 30 minutes, and after this point it will repeat the process above in one or two minutes, making it impossible internet usage.
After following various checks, I can confirm that this is NOT a router problem:
-Several other devices around the home connect without the same problem
-Have you tried the reset and restarted both modem and router without result
-Used new Ethernet cables and checked the other son of bends or damage
-Tried to change the frequency of router and the channel for better connectivity with no result
-Tried to change the location of the router, the closest pass to the laptop for a greater power of the signal without any positive results
Whenever he logs off, I go through a laborious task repetitive troubleshooting and although sometimes it solves the problem, so that it does only temporarily.
Updates on computer and controls are as follows:
-Install the latest drivers for my network card
-The latest version of the BIOS for my laptop
-J' tried UN-installing software and remove driver in Device Manager in the case of a corrupted driver, after re-booting works temporarily and then breaks down in the first 5 minutes
-Tried using windows troubleshooting, which sometimes displays a message on my gateway by default, I don't know what that means well as
-Tried to use other means of verification, connectivity doctor etc., no results
-Tried to reset network cards
-Tried to use an earlier version of the network card to check if the new drivers were the problem - no result
-Tried resetting IP addresses IP conflict with other devices in the House, no results
-Played hundreds of reboots
I would like to point out that when using the LAN on my laptop my connection is quite well and I have the experience without interruption, I have also contacted my ISP to ask if there is ongoing network maintenance tasks and check if the internet I receive is consistent.
Computer laptop specifications: -.
Toshiba Satellite Pro L550
Network card: Realtek RTL8191SE
OS: Windows 7 x32bit
The whole process is infuriating and I am at my wits end as to what to do, is, fuck my network card?
This could be a problem as the dust inside my computer laptop on the map, causing interference?
The problem is much more prolific when I use Skype - might be a bandwidth issue?
Open to the suggestions of many, and any help will be appreciated.
And all this occur with clean Windows 7 preinstalled that you got with your laptop (factory settings)?
I have a Toshiba Satellite A110-378 series and a wireless network problem. The card is an Intel 3945abg. I can connect with the router ADSL (USR9106) with WPA security is enabled. I can navigate on the Internet, but for a large download (or shall file a copy) the connection stop responding. Windows still displays the connection, but after a few minutes I got an error message.
To re - establish it, I need to 'fix' the connection. The driver is the latest in Intel, and I tried to disable the power settings. Seems that the problem is the same with my ethernet card (I'm the check).
Thank you very much.
In my opinion, there is always possibility of losing the motivations and download WLAN connectivity more I prefer the LAN connection (sometimes runs during the night). Check this with connection to the local network, but perhaps is another side responsible for the interruption of the download.
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