Question about Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet
Showing limited connectivity and not connecting to internet,troubleshoot shows adopter driver is outdated,what to do
Can you tell me where does is reflects that the driver is outdated?
Also what is the NIC you are using for connecting to internet? Is it Wireless or Wired Network? Please provide the full name as under Device Manager.
And lastly, what is the laptop model you are running?
Let me know and I should be able to help you in fixing the issue.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It may be the speed of your connection....dial up...
Try connecting somewhere else and see what you get...
If that does not work, check your dial up settings....
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
Make sure you are connecting to your own internet connection through your wireless router and not on your neighbor's.....limited connectivity means you are out of reach or signal is blocked....
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
If your other laptop is working fine, then have a look at the configuration of the wireless card and use the same configuration on the one that is not working.
Depending upon your wireless card make there is a program that enable you to setup the wireless card. Go to Start - Programs to locate this program. If your wireless card is built-in refer to your Acer manual.
Encryption is setup on the wireless router and these settings are also used to configure the wireless card. If the encryption is already setup, changing the encryption will affect your other wireless card, therefore all the wireless cards will need to be reconfigured with the new encryption to work with the wireless router.
Posted on May 09, 2009
The wireless modem you are connecting to is protected with a WEP key. You have to get the WEP key or find another wifi hotspot that is not protected.
You can also get a better antenna for your laptop to see if you can pull in another site.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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