Question about IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook
The reason why you need to do a repair is because the wireless router couldn't issue the wireless a IP address to the laptop at the time of booting up. This is a common problem.
Check the signal strength of the wireless card, if it is in the mid range move the laptop or reposition the wireless router so you get a better signal strength.
Also power off the wireless router, wait 1/2 min and power up the router again. This is a suggestion, do this once a month. The wireless router will get a new IP address from your ISP, and if someone locks onto your old router's IP address then it is no longer available to them when the router gets a new IP address.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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