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First be sure your wireless is turned on. This is done either by a switch on the front or side of the computer or by a combo keystroke of Fn and one of the special function keys that has a picture of an antenna on it. If you are sure your wireless is on, then make sure that there are wireless networks to detect. If you have the wireless router be sure that the wireless function is turned on and the SSID is being broadcasted.
I bought a used toshiba laptop off of ebay. It also had no instruction but I went to their website and put in my model number . They had a link that you could download into adobe. also if you put in search toshiba satellite model number and instruction sheet to see how many search links/ good luck
when you get into windows you need to perform a surface scan of the hard drive and check it for bad sectors, i sounds like it is having difficulties reading the boot drivers, run chkdsk /f to check the disk for any problems and it should fix them for you, if the drive comes up clean with no problems then the system 32 folder is corrupt and you are looking at a full system recovery, make sure you back up all of your data while you can still use the machine
You seem to be onto things (though your problem classification was generic instead of for your Toshiba model A305.) Install all the updated drivers for your laptop from the laptop's support site (Toshiba's, that is) so you can use your drive. Drives fail sometimes, and you could try sticking an old movie or something in there instead of nothing, but it is likely it is just the missing driver.
I've had to deal with this SO MANY times! Go into control panel
-system -hardware -device manager to look for the problem (should
have a red or yellow "X") (if something is wrong with the driver, which is what has always happened to me for no reason whatsoever!). So, just delete & reboot; this should reinstall the driver. Hope this helps!
Hi subji, try running the notebook without the battery connected & just the AC adapter. See if the notebook continues to shut down. It wouldn't hurt to raise the notebook off the table surface anout an inch but check the function of your notebook like I mantioned (without the battery first).
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