Question about Toshiba Qosmio G35-AV600 Notebook
Both the Wi-fi and bluetooth went out at the same time. Is there something that both are connected to that might cause this problem? Where is the wifi located on the computer?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well,I'm not really an expert on Bluetooth, but let me try...
Which version of Windows are you running? If you have Windows XP SP2 or above, the Microsoft Bluetooth stack should be installed on your system. First make sure that the Kensington bluetooth adapter is compatible with the printer and the OS. From what I heard Canon sell a separate Bluetooth adapter for about $80 for this, but I'm not too sure.
Secondly, ensure that the built-in Bluetooth Stack or Software has the required Profile for your printer.
Next, put your printer in "discover" mode (see printer manual for more info ). Use the Bluetooth Connection Utility software that came with the built-in Bluetooth stack to "discover" the printer. Follow the instructions by the Bluetooth stack manufacturer on how to pair and connect Bluetooth devices to your built-in Bluetooth stack.
Please also see THIS article. although it is meant for the Logitech DeNovo keyboard, it can be used for any Bluetooth enabled devices. (Just replace the DeNovo wit your printer in the article.
But mainly, make sure that the Kensington adapter is compatible...
Hope that helps..
Posted on May 04, 2008
If your laptop has a di-fi switch/button chances are you have one integrated on the main board of the laptop, check if the wi-fi adapter is installed properly by going to the Device Manager and check Network Adapters normally a wi-fi adapter will show up if not check if you have any devices listed under network devices(Network Controller, Ethernet Controller). Now if the wi-fi card is installed and the status on the Device Manager say's that it's working properly, you may now check your laptop for a 3rd pary wi-fi utility/application that manages your connection look for it on the System Tray on the lower right hand side near the clock or go to all programs and look for any WLAN utility, when you open the utility make sure the wi-fi radio is turned on or enabled.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
you tried giving it a static IP address rather than using automatic settings (i.e. DHCP).
Sure enough, this cured the problem, connected fine. I looked in the
dhcp server logs and while it was not complaining that the IP address
pool was all used, it did seem that all the IP addresses available were
being used. I increased the number of IP addresses available to be
allocated by the dhcp server and problem solved.
The big mystery to me is why Windows
XP would report this as a problem with a weak signal? Isn't the access
to the dhcp server and the allocation of the IP address at a layer
above the wireless connection? Anyway, it's useful to be warned that
the wireless diagnostics are misleading.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Despite wireless connections being susceptible to EMI, bluetooth signals do not tend cause the kind of interference that would prevent you from picking up a wifi signal. You say the wifi switch is on, but the bulb is red. (It is supposed to be red, that indicates its powered on). The things to check are to see if you are detecting the wireless signal, are you inputting the proper protocols for any known established wireless Security (WEP/WPA). Are you using a wired connection to get on the internet or another computer/location?
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
here is the download link for your Wi-Fi driver
For Windows Vista :
For Windows 7 :
Download and install the driver according to your operating system.
Your Wi-Fi will work fine now.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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