Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L300 Notebook
My laptop still recognizes when there are wireless networks availible and will "connect" to them but won't let me get online. I went to the network and sharing center (vista) and it shows 2 problems, one between my PC and the unidentified network and another between the network and the internet. I have tried diagnosing both of them and trying the suggested repair options. One option was to automatically get new IP settings for the network adapter, but it came back and said it didn't fix the problem. then it suggests resetting the network adapter, but that doesn't work either. It also suggested turning off and unplugging it for 10 seconds, then trying again. Still doesn't work. It's frustrating because I can see the network and it recognizes it, but it just won't let me use the internet.
OK, try this go to START>>RUN>>services.msc (enter) Now when the services window comes up, scroll down to DHCP, set to OFF and Disable, While U R there scroll on down to Wireless zero configuration, and again, set to OFF and Disable, back out and reboot, now try. make sure DHCP is set to ON in the Router. TOO.
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If you have a laptop, you can see a list of available wireless networks, and then connect to one of those networks, no matter where you are. The wireless networks appear only if your computer has a wireless network adapter and driver installed and the adapter is enabled.
To view and connect to available wireless networks
Open Connect to a Network by clicking the network icon ( or ) in the notification area.
In the list of available wireless networks, click a network, and then click Connect.
Some networks require a network security key or passphrase. To connect to one of those networks, ask your network administrator or Internet service provider (ISP) for the security key or passphrase.
Whenever possible, you should connect to security-enabled wireless networks. If you do connect to a network that's not secure, be aware that someone with the right tools can see everything that you do, including the websites you visit, the documents you work on, and the user names and passwords that you use
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