Question about Toshiba Satellite M50 Notebook
Go to the laptop. Open Internet Explorer. In the address bar type
192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1
Do you see the new Router or the old one. This is where you set up the connectivity and password. Disconnect your X-Box when setting up the Laptop.
Tips, tricks and videos on setting up in the link.
Home networking explained part 5 Setting up home router
Posted on Apr 12, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To resolve these type issues, you will need to start the Wireless Zero Configuration service and set the Startup type to Automatic.
To start Wireless Zero Configuration in Windows Vista you need to log in as an Administrator.
1. Click on Start and Control Panel
2. Select Administrative Tools and then Services
3. In the Services box scroll down the list of Services (Local) until you find the one labelled Wired AutoConfig and double click it.
4. In the Wired AutoConfig Properties (Local Computer) box change the Startup type to Automatic
5. Click on Start and once the service has started click on OK
Now find the service labelled WLAN AutoConfig and double click it.
6. In the WLAN AutoConfig Properties (Local Computer) box change the Startup type to Automatic
7. Click on Start and once the service has started click on OK
8. Go to File and Exit to close the Services window
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Try resetting your router first off. Then repair your connection by right-clicking on the connection. You may have a sketchy router or one that could benefit from a firmware upgrade. I would get into the router's homepage and check the settings for your connection, then make sure your getting IP addresses and DNS addresses from your ISP.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
i am having the same problem and its not software related as i have my laptop dual booting with sabayon 5.0 and im getting the same result in that OS so this tells me that the hardware is failing
if your problem is the same as mine have you exposed your computer to cold or humid atmosphere?
mine sat in my trunk for a week this newyears
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
You have wiped all drivers by formatting and need to go to friends PC / download latest drivers for the exact model laptop from the vendors site and install them.
NB = install mobo driver FIRST.
Best thing about drivers on the net is that they are later than the ones with the laptop from new.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
Check your device manager in controll pannel and see if your network drivers are installed.
if any components show up in device manager with a yellow exclamation mark, you will have to install drivers for them.
If they show up with a red X, just right click and try to enable them.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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