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The computer was now capable and recieved 10 wireless sites including internet explorer,I heard a cheap unit was available can you send information to email@example.com
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may be having a problem with the settings in internet explorer. If you open your internet explorer and then click tools then internet properties you will have a window pop up with several tabs. Click the tab that says connections. Down towards the bottom right is a button that says LAN SETTINGS click that and make sure that there is a check in the box that says Automatically Detect Settings. Click OK Click APPLY Click OK. Restart Internet Explorer and see if it connects.
If that doesnt work reset your wifi adapter. Step by step instructions here:
If that doesnt work then open the command prompt by clicking Start then run (vIf you have Vista click in the search menu above the start button) Type CMD and hit enter. You should see a black and white screen that looks like old DOS. Dont worry about what the prompt says. Type IPCONFIG and hit enter. You should see your networking adapters. You should see one with a 192.168.-.- (Linksys routers normally make the first computer 192.168.1.100)
If you see a 196.254.-.- or media not connected then your device is not connected. This will at least tell you if windows is getting a proper IP address.
Some people might say your WinSock files need to be repaired If everything still does not work then you may have a WinSock file or files that are missing or corrupt. This is probably not the case since you can connect hard wired but if you want to try repairing your winsock files then with XP you can use a program from the internet called winsockfix. If you have Vista then when the no connection error comes up you should see a link that asks about trying to fix the problem. If you see this click it and let Vista fix Itself.
If none of this works then try a different adapter. Hope this helps...
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
To the satellite E105 S1402 with WiFi problems. The solution is:
1. Make sure that your router is operational.
2. Make sure that the WiFi switch is on.
3. If your Wifi used to work out of the box, then you need to buy a Flash Drive (if you don't already own one), then you need to do a Backup of all your users documents on the Laptop.
4. Use the CD's that came in the box to re-install Vista 64.
Don't waste time with Toshiba support, you will end up in Phillipines and quite honestly, I am shocked that Toshiba does not have a better support process.
I had the same problem and I had to re-install the OS. It is not that painfull to do and should take about 1/2 hour.
Cons: You have to re-install additional software that you installed after purchasing your laptop.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
perform a browser reset by going into: tools - internet options - advanced - reset.
2. remove all the tool bars from add or remove programs.( like google , yahoo tool bars)
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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