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Everything is listed above.
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Posted on Dec 09, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Toshiba Tecra 9000 WiFi
this is a known issue with the tecra 9000 series Is your wifi device showing up in device manager??If it isnt then this is your problem this model has issues with your soundcard not showing up in device manager as well that is what mine is doing.I have seen by google search that is has to do with faulty I/O Boards
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
Another Alternative is to check your BIOS to see whether or not your Wireless is turned on, if it is not pressent in your BIOS then update your BIOS Driver on the Internet to ver 1.4, Double check your version Compatabillity. Next if the adapter driver is installed, follow the following intructions: start -> settings -> control panel -> system -> hardware -> device manager -> now look for the wireless adapter, see if it is operational or marked with an error -> if it is marked check that it is configured for automatic, and also the resources. Set the configuration manually if so. restart the system.
1) Resource conflict = change resource settings
2) No adapter = check if the adapter is enabled (Y) then see if there is any conflicts (y) correct the settings e.g. resources and see if windows shows that the device is enabled (N) try to enable this device. If (N) then goto BIOS settings to correct it.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 24, 2009
there can be many possible issues here. So if you do not find the answer on the first try you should post what you have tried already. That said...
has your connection worked with this same equipment in the past?
If so I would unplug all devices from the wall and power off your computer. Then power up each, one at a time. Start with your modem, next router, next computer.
If still no connection, You should be sure your modem is connecting to the internet, by eliminating the router. Use an ethernet cable directly to computer. re-powering all devices with each con figuration.
If you do have a connection w/o the router then I would reset the router by using a paperclip to press the rest button on the back. this will reset it back to factory defaults.
Again re-power all devices and let us know how it goes.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
reboot system tap f8 then boot to last known good configuration. if fails do a system restore to the point when it was still working.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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