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T-30 NOTEBOOK WHEN I START THE COMPUTER, IT COMES UP WITH ERROE 1801: UNAUTHORIZED PCI CARD. REMOVE PCI CARD AND RESTART. BUT THERE IS NO PCI CARD IN THE COMPUTER

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Reboot in safe mode (hit F8 as soon as you reboot till the option screen for safe mode comes up)

Once there uninstall the last software or hardware you installed. If you truely don't know what was last installed, instead of Safe Mode when you hit F8 go to "Last Known Good Configuration"

If that does not work, IN SAFE MODE - see if it comes up - if it does .... Restore computer to eariler time (say a day before you got this error)

IF that does not work, you can do a windows repair with your winxp or vista cd rom -

Write back for further instructions if needed.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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Replace wireless card


Computer components have become more reliable than ever. Although many parts are now integrated onto the motherboard, it may become necessary to add or replace a sound, video, or network card due to component failure or the need for improvement. Integrated components can be left in place, and the problem solved by installing a second card into an available PCI slot. If a component such as a network card fails it can be replaced easily and inexpensively.

WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source. Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer. While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards Turn off the computer and inspect the case. Remove the screws that hold on the removable side access panel. Remove the panel and lay the computer on the other side. Locate the network card. Inspect the rear of the computer to locate the network port. If it is a PCI-style card it will be the card with the single connection port on the rear face of the card. If it is a fixed part of the motherboard it will be located near the connectors for the mouse, keyboard, and USB ports. If it's a PCI card, remove the retaining screw and remove the card. Remove the PCI network card if present. Leave the case open and stand the computer back upright. Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor and restart it. Open the new network card and remove the installation CD. Insert the CD in the computer and follow the installation instructions. Shut the computer down again after the installation is finished. Lay the computer back down. Install the new network card in any available PCI slot. Replace the case and stand the computer back up. Hook up the keyboard, mouse, monitor, and a network connection. Restart the computer. Accept the default installation settings when the Windows Found New Hardware Wizard launches. Select No on the screen asking you to check for drivers online if it appears. The wizard should continue and find the newly installed drivers. Complete the Found New Hardware Wizard. Reboot the computer even if it does not ask you to. Open Internet Explorer, Firefox, or your favorite browser once the computer is running again. Ensure connectivity by trying several different websites. Hope this helps.

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Dec 07, 2012 | Sony VAIO VPCEE31FX Notebook

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Replace wireless card


Computer components have become more reliable than ever. Although many parts are now integrated onto the motherboard, it may become necessary to add or replace a sound, video, or network card due to component failure or the need for improvement. Integrated components can be left in place, and the problem solved by installing a second card into an available PCI slot. If a component such as a network card fails it can be replaced easily and inexpensively.

WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source. Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer. While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards Turn off the computer and inspect the case. Remove the screws that hold on the removable side access panel. Remove the panel and lay the computer on the other side. Locate the network card. Inspect the rear of the computer to locate the network port. If it is a PCI-style card it will be the card with the single connection port on the rear face of the card. If it is a fixed part of the motherboard it will be located near the connectors for the mouse, keyboard, and USB ports. If it's a PCI card, remove the retaining screw and remove the card. Remove the PCI network card if present. Leave the case open and stand the computer back upright. Connect a keyboard, mouse, and monitor and restart it. Open the new network card and remove the installation CD. Insert the CD in the computer and follow the installation instructions. Shut the computer down again after the installation is finished. Lay the computer back down. Install the new network card in any available PCI slot. Replace the case and stand the computer back up. Hook up the keyboard, mouse, monitor, and a network connection. Restart the computer. Accept the default installation settings when the Windows Found New Hardware Wizard launches. Select No on the screen asking you to check for drivers online if it appears. The wizard should continue and find the newly installed drivers. Complete the Found New Hardware Wizard. Reboot the computer even if it does not ask you to. Open Internet Explorer, Firefox, or your favorite browser once the computer is running again. Ensure connectivity by trying several different websites. Hope this helps.

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Dec 07, 2012 | Sony VAIO VGN-FS660P/W Notebook

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Error Message: 104-Unsupported wireless network device detected. System Halted. Remove device and restart.


Hi,

I think you can try this steps and hope it will help you.
Try to reseat the Wireless Card in your machine.

You will need the following tools to complete the removal and replacement procedures:
-Magnetic screwdriver
-Phillips P0 screwdriver
-5.0-mm socket for system board screwlocks
-Flat-bladed screwdriver
-Tool kit-includes

Turn the machine upsidedown

Remove the battery.
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Wireless Card Removal

1. Loosen the PM2.0×5.0 screw 1 that secures the Mini PCI
compartment cover to the computer.
2. Lift the rear edge of the Mini PCI compartment cover 2, and
then swing it forward.
3. Remove the Mini PCI compartment cover.
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4. Disconnect the wireless antenna cables 1 from the Mini PCI
communications card.
5. Spread the two retaining tabs 2 that secure the Mini PCI
communications card to the communications compartment
socket. (The board rises up).
6. Remove the wireless communications card 3 by pulling the
board away from the socket at a 45-degree angle.
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**Reverse the above procedure to install a Mini PCI
communications card.


If happens that it does not work, I think you can just reinstall OS just to make sure if its Hardware or Software problem.

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Apr 24, 2011 | HP Compaq Presario V2000 Notebook

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Hallo to everyone! I have this notebook: System Information Manifacturer: Hewlett-Packard Notebook Model: Compaq nc4000 (DU310S#ABZ) Processor Type: Intel Pentium M 1400 MHz Processor...


the pci wireless card you purchased might not be compatible with your laptop ask your vendor for a compatible wireless card as per your laptop model or search on the net for compatibility

Dec 01, 2010 | PC Laptops

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My laptop wont boot up. it only goes to the IBM screen and on the top it says error 1805 turn off and remove pci card. and if i go intothe diagnostic boot it says internal pci card shadowed and also says...


The POST error code 1805 for the ThinkPad is as follows :-
1805
Unauthorized Wireless USB card is plugged in—Power off and remove the Wireless USB card.
  1. Remove the Wireless USB card that you installed.
  2. System board.
Please click on this link for further POST error codes and explainations
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?sitestyle=ibm&lndocid=MIGR-42321&velxr-layout=print

Jul 03, 2010 | IBM ThinkPad T30 2366 Notebook

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IBM R40 2722 1802 Error Message


This is due to the fact that IBM laptops have a list of accepted devices, and the pci card is not recognised in the list. On IBM - Amilo, Mini PCI card slot is usually at the back of computer. Locate and remove Mini PCI wireless card, you will not have integrated wireless after this.
Other solution is to find the option to disable mini PCI in bios settings.
Here is how mini pci wireless card looks like:

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May 28, 2008 | IBM ThinkPad R40 2722 Notebook

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