Hi, ok, so I have an antique Maxdata ECO40001, everything is running fine but after a total crash I reinstalled all drivers - or thought i had till I came to make Wireless LAN connection, thats when I found the chipset was there but no driver for same. I went to the maxdata d/load page and tried installing both the LAN drivers available 8 and 9......niether worked! Can anyone help please.....nothing too technical... I'm your basic knowledge kind of guy
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Open the internet explorer Click on Tools tab on upper right side corner Then click on Internet Options Then click on Connections tab Then click on LAN Settings Make sure nothing is checked over there. Then click OK OK and then try to go online.
try this... 1. download the updated driver 2. go to the device manager then uninstall the wireless driver 3. restart your computer then reinstall the driver 4. restart your computer for the last time and the driver will be installed properly
Please try to check if you sound card driver is properly installed in your saystem and also try to check if your driver on audio card can support the currentl platform Operating system you are using now. Then if worst comes then reinstall your audio driver using the driver of your laptop if you are using onboard audio card.
You can tell if its the driver by going into Device manager. Start>right click on My Computer>click on Manage>then find device manager in the left plane window. Look down the list of hardware and find network adapter. Click on the plus sign and it should show you are card with 802.1xx on it, that's your wireless lan card, if there is a yellow, red or black symbol next to it then just right click on it and choose :"reinstall driver" see if that helps. If everything looks fine then let me know there is one more true way to check if it is your wireless card or something else. If you have any questions let me know. Pls rate this solution.
Dell has a known problem with driver conflic the best remedy is to right click on my computer click on property open hardware uninstall the driver there and restart the conputer but first make sure you download the driver from intel and burn them on a cd then when you reinstall you won't have to try to figure out if everything is downloading also in security make sure that you allow this site so that all the drivers download.
but most of the time if these driver are on a card that is micrsoft certified it will be in the driver file and will reload automaticly when you restart the computer after uninstalling and it should elimenate the driver conflic.
if i was you i would load up a version of win xp on another hard drive inserted into your laptop, load the drivers for the laptop including wi fi drivers then see if ok. if not you can be sure its a faulty wi fi card in your laptop,you need to disable internal wi fi card remove,replace it.but first try borrow a pcmcia wi fi card just to check if everythings ok
hi there, i had kind a same problem with u, the only difference is mine shows "connected" but i can't surf the internet when others in my network are doing just fine. 1st i tried to uninstall my LAN card driver and the reinstall it back. It worked, i can surf the internet but only for a few minutes. So i installed a firewall, in my case, i installed windows defender. After reinstalling my LAN card driver, i realized an unknown program tried to change some of my LAN driver files, so i denied the program access using windows defender. The problem solved !! Maybe it's a virus or spyware, i don't know because before installing windows defender, my avg and antispyware don't detect any virus/spyware. Hope this help, gud luck