My Toshiba tecra m1 laptop driver is complete except the network controller that will make my wireless to function. i have searched every where but i can't find help, even the toshiba website which doesn't even recognise the m1 series anymore!. i will be glad if anyone can help.
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The wireless card is in the base of the laptop but the antennas are in the screen. It is possible you have broken an antenna hence you are not receiving wireless.
Are the Wireless drivers installed? If not you need to goto
the manufacturers website, find their support section and there should be a
list of drivers for your specific machine. Installing these will resolve your
problem. The link for Toshiba drivers is on my website. Hope this helps,
Toshiba is very good with the tech support. I had the same problem and they sent me the original installation disk that came with the computer. these disk will look at your system and install the needed drivers. It will also restore the computer to the original configuration when it was first purchased. If you use this option you will loose all that is in the computer now. YOu must backup anything you want to save. I do this on my own computer when it gets to the point that nothing is working properly. I have also found original disk on Ebay for older computers.
Before you rolled back to XP you should have burned a cd with the XP drivers. If you didn't you still can but make sure that you have the chipset utility executable. That comes first as it is what enables your motherboard onboard functions.
Please try this. Please go to the device manager under control panel-hardware-device manager then select the network adapters. Click on the LAN network adapter then please select uninstall. If this option is not present, please click on properties then driver tab. Click on uninstall - ok. Then please restart your laptop. Please check if it works. If it does not, please visit pcsupport.toshiba.com using a different computer and download the driver from there. Hope this helps. Thank you.