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Network Adaptor not waking on LAN

The onboard Network adaptor is not waking up on LAN

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I have tried all of those mentioned above and the problem still persists.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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Hi,

You have to enable the WOL (wake-up on lan) feature/function in the CMOS/BIOS. If enabled and problem persist, you may need to flash the BIOS and update.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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Toshiba 7140CT laptop only recognizes 65000 kb of new 250gb hdd when started with FDisk


An nice old machine!
If I recall correctly, FDISK low level formats partitions and I don't think the new hard drive will accept it without struggling. The bios on the mother board will not accept a drive as large as 250Gb as they didn't exist when the Bios was made.
Try partitioning as you require and format either FAT16 or FAT32 with another machine and see if it will accept it. I think the Bios was restricted to 6Gb drives so you may need to set up a lot of partitions!

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Processor
Mobile Intel® Pentium® III processor, 500 MHz, 256 KB 2nd level cache, 100 MHz Front Side Bus Memory
Standard 64 MB SDRAM, expandable to 320 MB Hard disk
6.0 GB1) capacity, S.M.A.R.T. hard disk Internal video modes
1,024 x 768 x 16.7 million colours Display
13.3" (33.8 cm) TFT active matrix colour display Battery
Removable lithium-ion battery, 2-3 hrs battery life, with extra high capacity battery up to 5 hrs Size and Weight
297 x 241 x 25 mm, 2 kg Further Product Specifications1_download.gif

Diskette drive
External: 3.5" 1.44 MB/720 KB
DVD-ROM drive2)
6-speed (max) with optional DVD Network Dock II, 12 cm (5.25") and 8 cm (3.5") disks, data transfer 3,600 KB/sec, average access time: 140 ms
Graphics adaptor
128-bit graphics accelerator, SVGA-/VGA compatible, AGP bus, 64-bit BiTBlT, 4 MB internal Video RAM
External video modes
640 x 480 x 16.7 million colours,
800 x 600 x 16.7 million colours,
1,024 x 768 x 16.7 million colours,
1,280 x 1,024 x 65,536 colours,
1,600 x 1,200 x 65,536 colours
Up to 85 Hz refresh rate
Keyboard
86 keys, 12 function keys, 8 dedicated cursor keys, inlaid numeric keypad, 8 Hot Keys, 2 Windows® keys, AccuPoint™ II, Euro key
Sound System
16-bit stereo Sound Blaster Pro compatible, 3D-wide mode, MIDI & Wavetable synthesis, volume dial, built-in speaker and microphone
BIOS
ACPI (1.0b) enabled BIOS, SM BIOS V. 2.3
Expansion
2 x PC Card Type II or
1 x PC Card Type III,
CardBus support, memory expansion
Communication
Integrated international V.90 modem (56 Kbps data, 14.4 Kbps fax)
Interfaces
FDD connector, external monitor, USB, Fast Infrared Port, RJ 11 modem jack, headphone, external microphone, slot for Kensington Cable Lock
With I/O Adaptor:
serial, parallel, PS/2™ mouse and keyboard
With Docking Station (DVD Network Dock II):
serial, parallel, external monitor, PS/2™ mouse and keyboard, video out (NTSC/PAL), line-in, line-out, integrated FDD, includes built-in Ethernet (Wake-On-LAN and Service Boot support), 6-speed DVD-ROM drive
Power supply
Autosensing 100-240 V AC adaptor for world-wide usage
Casework
Magnesium alloy
Bundled software
Windows® 95 and Windows® 98 selectable installation, Windows® NT 4.0 on request (limited language versions available), PC Card management software, Toshiba utilities and drivers (all preinstalled on the hard disk)
Bundled hardware
External diskette drive, autosensing AC adaptor, I/O adaptor
Special features
Toshiba Hibernation and Resume, Toshiba Power Extensions, System Password Securities, HDD password on request, SecureSleep™, LANDesk Client Manager (LDCM), Wake-On-LAN and Service Boot support (with manageability software and LAN chip), Recovery CD, 3-year international warranty
Options
DVD Network Dock II, carrying case, extra high capacity battery, battery charger, 32, 64, 128 and 256 MB memory modules

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Toshiba Portege 7200 i try to fomat it it does no format why


Windows won't as a rule allow format of an older system onto a newer system, it goes into protect mode.
If you are trying to format the laptop with say XP and you have XP with SP3 installed, because SP3 is newer than XP it will try to stop you from destroying the newer system. Matbe you are running out of space?
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Processor
Mobile Intel® Pentium® III processor at 600 MHz featuring Intel® SpeedStep™ technology, 256 KB 2nd level cache, 100 MHz Front Side Bus
Memory
Standard 64 MB SDRAM, expandable to 320 MB
Hard disk
12.0 GB1) capacity, S.M.A.R.T. hard disk
Internal video modes
1,024 x 768 x 16.7 million colours Display
13.3" (33.8 cm) TFT active matrix colour display
Battery
Removable lithium-ion battery, 2-3 hrs battery life, with extra high capacity battery up to 5 hrs
Size and Weight
297 x 241 x 25 mm, 2 kg
Further Product Specifications1_download.gif

Diskette drive
External: 3.5" 1.44 MB/720 KB
DVD-ROM drive2)
6-speed (max) with optional DVD Network Dock II, 12 cm (5.25") and 8 cm (3.5") disks, data transfer 3,600 KB/sec, average access time: 140 ms
Graphics adaptor
128-bit graphics accelerator, SVGA-/VGA compatible, AGP bus, 64-bit BiTBlT, 4 MB internal Video RAM
External video modes
640 x 480 x 16.7 million colours,
800 x 600 x 16.7 million colours,
1,024 x 768 x 16.7 million colours,
1,280 x 1,024 x 65,536 colours,
1,600 x 1,200 x 65,536 colours
Up to 85 Hz refresh rate
Keyboard
86 keys, 12 function keys, 8 dedicated cursor keys, inlaid numeric keypad, 8 Hot Keys, 2 Windows® keys, AccuPoint™ II, Euro key
Sound System
16-bit stereo Sound Blaster Pro compatible, 3D-wide mode, MIDI & Wavetable synthesis, volume dial, built-in speaker and microphone
BIOS
ACPI (1.0b) enabled BIOS, SM BIOS V. 2.3
Expansion
2 x PC Card Type II or
1 x PC Card Type III, CardBus support, memory expansion slots
Communication
Integrated international V.90 modem (56 Kbps data, 14.4 Kbps fax)
Interfaces
FDD connector, external monitor, USB, Fast Infrared Port, I/O adaptor connector, RJ 11 modem jack, headphone, external microphone, slot for Kensington Cable Lock
With I/O Adaptor:
serial, parallel, PS/2™ mouse and keyboard
With Docking Station (DVD Network Dock II):
serial, parallel, external monitor, PS/2™ mouse and keyboard, video out (NTSC/PAL), line-in, line-out, integrated FDD, includes built-in Ethernet (Wake-On-LAN and Service Boot support), 6-speed DVD-ROM drive
Power supply
Autosensing 100-240 V AC adaptor for world-wide usage
Casework
Magnesium alloy
Bundled software
Windows® 95 and Windows® 98 selectable installation, Windows® NT 4.0 on request (limited language versions available), PC Card management software, Toshiba utilities and drivers (all pre-installed on the hard disk)
Bundled hardware
External diskette drive, autosensing AC adaptor, I/O adaptor
Special features
Toshiba Hibernation and Resume, Toshiba Power Extensions, System Password Securities, HDD password on request, SecureSleep™, LANDesk Client Manager (LDCM), Wake-On-LAN and Service Boot support (with manageability software and LAN chip), Recovery CD, 3-year international warranty
Options
DVD Network Dock II, carrying case, extra high capacity battery, battery charger, 32, 64, 128 and 256 MB memory modules

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Engenius wireless lan usb2.0 adapter driver


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1. Lan adaptors are outdated versions incompartible with recent operating systems. Acquiring a new USB device or even wireless modems are the latest alternatives to lan computer connections of the past. Modern wireless modem connection have built in installation kits,also present is the computers capability to recognise to integrate to a network.

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My pc is not detecting my in built lan adapter


I have had this problem with my SysteMax Ascent as well. Not sure if you re-installed your OS or not, but the same will still apply. What is happening is that your OS (assuming Windows) is not recognizing the onboard LAN adaptor, even with it's native drivers, so the driver must be downloaded and installed. But first..

What you will need to do is open up your PC and look on your Motherboard for (what will likely be) a Letter-Number combination that will be large in size. Mine was M7NCD, yours may be different. If yours happens to be M7NCD, then your Motherboard is manufactured by BioStar, and here is their webpage with the download that you will need:
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdownloads.asp?model=M7NCD%20PRO
It is located under Drivers, and be sure to check to the right of the download link to find which one will be compatible with your Operating System (OS).

If it is different, enter what you see into your favorite search engine, followed by 'drivers'. You should be able to find what you're looking for in the first few results. If not, just keep checking, and if needed, use different words in your search (like lan driver, chipset). A manufacture's website is usually the best result.

Once found, check for compatible OS and install. Your LAN adaptor should work now.

Also, for good measure, check in Device Manager (Start>Right-click properties>Hardware tab>Device Manager) for any exclamation points (black ! in a yellow circle) under Network Adaptors. If there are none, then it worked! If you do see any in a different category (Sound, video, game controllers for example), look on the webpage for any drivers for that category. After I re-installed drivers for the LAN adaptor, I also had to re-install drivers for the onboard sound card as well.

Anyway, hope this helps you! It should, I had the exact same problem :D

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LAN DRIVER


Here's my post from another thread...
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I have had this problem with my SysteMax Ascent as well. Not sure if you re-installed your OS or not, but the same will still apply. What is happening is that your OS (assuming Windows) is not recognizing the onboard LAN adaptor, even with it's native drivers, so the driver must be downloaded and installed. But first..

What you will need to do is open up your PC and look on your Motherboard for (what will likely be) a Letter-Number combination that will be large in size. Mine was M7NCD, yours may be different. If yours happens to be M7NCD, then your Motherboard is manufactured by BioStar, and here is their webpage with the download that you will need:
http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdownloads.asp?model=M7NCD%20PRO
It is located under Drivers, and be sure to check to the right of the download link to find which one will be compatible with your Operating System (OS).

If it is different, enter what you see into your favorite search engine, followed by 'drivers'. You should be able to find what you're looking for in the first few results. If not, just keep checking, and if needed, use different words in your search (like lan driver, chipset). A manufacture's website is usually the best result.

Once found, check for compatible OS and install. Your LAN adaptor should work now.

Also, for good measure, check in Device Manager (Start>Right-click properties>Hardware tab>Device Manager) for any exclamation points (black ! in a yellow circle) under Network Adaptors. If there are none, then it worked! If you do see any in a different category (Sound, video, game controllers for example), look on the webpage for any drivers for that category. After I re-installed drivers for the LAN adaptor, I also had to re-install drivers for the onboard sound card as well.

Anyway, hope this helps you! It should, I had the exact same problem :D

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Wireless Network?


The modern laptop and Wii will be no problem. Windows 98 will work but it can be much trickier to set up.

Parts needed
1 x Wireless Router - You can pick up a 2WIRE Router from around £20 on eBay
3 x Wireless LAN Network Adaptors - Around £20 each.

Firstly, the Router. This bit connects to your telephone line and broadcasts your broadband signal by radio and allows several computers to use one service. When you buy a router make sure it includes installation software. You can install routers without, but it's a whole lot easier if you have it.

Next you need to be able to receive the broadband radio signal on your computers and Wii.To receive the signal you need Wireless LAN Network Adaptors on each device. Network Adaptors also have software, which allows you to install the drivers needed.

Your laptop may already have a wireless adaptor built in.
You can check this by clicking
Start\Programs\Accessories\System Tools\Communications\Network Connections
Then see if a Wireless adaptor is present. If it isn't, you can install one inside the laptop by buying a laptop wireless network card. Easier, is to buy a USB Wireless LAN Network Adaptor which just plugs in to a USB socket on the laptop.

Look for LAN Network adaptors that are suitable for the Wii and a separate one suitable for Windows 98. Most will be ok for the laptop.

Install the router first. just do what the software tells you, then install the LAN adaptor drivers on each device you want networked.

Finally, make sure you secure your router signal. That stops the guy next door using your network and offers some security from hackers. Your router will include a firewall and you can set up a key code that your adaptors will need before they can connect. Unless the guy next door has the key, he won't be able to use
your network and play your MP3s...hoorah!
Follow the instructions given in the software to set up a WPA or WEP security key.

Great fun, you'll love it if you can get it all going.





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