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Fujitsu LifeBook A531 i5-3210M 4GB Wireless drops off every 10 minutes or so. I have turned off the power-save on the wireless adaptor. The laptop this replaced did not experience the same issue so it's not the router.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't know a solution but the router will appear in the list along with neighboring routers but it will disappear and the others will still be there so it's not an adapter problem something in the router stops sending a signal
Posted on May 22, 2007
Steps to troubleshoot are as follows.
1. check the physical connections. Go to a broadband testing site to see if you are connecting correctly b/c i am assuming you are wanting to connect to the internet. if not see next step. A common problem with internet connections is the timeout setttings on netgear you should set it to 0 for indefinite.
2. if your problem is related to just the connection between your pc and your router then you should just plug a lan cable in first to see if you can connect to the router without dropouts. This will help you to determine if the problem is with the router.
3. If it is the router then you need to double check your router configurations. Common problems are firewall rules, port forwarding settings etc etc.
4. if it is not the router then double check that the pc and the network card is working properly. If it is then make sure the the wireless adapter support the protocl eg. wep, wpa, wpatsk etc..make sure they are the same and that you should be setting the network key.
5. one final check is you need to turn off some of the rangemax functionality on the router b/c your wireless adaptor probably doesnt support it. try unsecure connections for a while to see if it works then start adding functionality to determine which one is the culprit.
I hope this help.
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
find the manufacturer/model # of your wireless adapter and download the latest driver from dell's website (you can go to support.dell.com and enter your service tag/laptop model # if you want).
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: Wireless working very slow
You are not getting this problem due to any BIOS and wireless driver.
as you said that you are not getting any problem with your another system.
Checkout for the range you are working in. else it wont be that much effective.
Sometimes it happens that your driver misplaced or changes its parametetr in registry without awaring you.
So first repair your wireless network
else secondly repair ur XP PRO.
this will surely help you to have a good speed with ur network.
Gimme your acknowledge
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
Some laptops have a modem or wireless card that clip onto the motherboard like how the RAM is fitted to the motherboard. This card is larger than the RAM and may have one or two wires connected to this card. If so you will be able to replace this card.
If the wireless is a chip and is mounted on the motherboard then it would be impossible to replace.
Your only solution to this problem is to buy a PCMCIA wireless card and insert into the laptop's PCMCIA slot or use a USB wireless device. You may have to go into the BIOS and disable the internal wireless device.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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