Question about Toshiba Tecra T9000 Notebook
Not all wireless networks can be "seen'. This is because they are not broadcasting the SSID. This is done for security reasons. In order to connect to a wireless network, there are three things that one typically needs: 1) SSID. This is a name for the wireless network. You may not always be able to see this, as it is a common security practice to not broadcast this out. Even if it is not broadcast, you will still be able to connect to it. 2) Encryption type. There are several flavors out there, including the option of none at all. The key here is that this setting must be EXACLTLY the same on both the laptop and accesspoint for proper communications. 3) Encryption key. Again, this must be EXACTLY the same on both ends. Finally, make sure you are in range. Depending on the wireless technology in use, the effective range may not be more than a 100 feet. While initially configuring wireless, it is best to be as close as possible to the access point, and then slowly move away to find the outward bounds of the access point's communication range.
Posted on Oct 10, 2006
First thing I'd do is disable security(enable after connection is fixed) then remove all network drivers that arent being used at the time(uninstall). Next turn off the "Let Windows connect wireless network". I have had better luck with the wireless network adapters connection manager opposed to Windows. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 04, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first check for whether the wireless switch on laptop is turned on or not u have to keep it turned on .further install the drivers for wireless lan
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
SOURCE: Wireless Not working
I thnk i have you in for a treat.. here is a site that hosts the drivers you need...
if that doesnt work i found the name of the driver so that you could continue the search..
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Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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