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Wifi want stay connected.p205-s6267,tried new driver,disable used wifi adapter in usb work fine, removed enable wifi again same problem connects to internet fine try to surf web disconnect

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update the drivers and run the wizard again to set up fresh settings
are you networking this unit or direct of the modem

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yes. your laptop can be upgraded to windows 7 but make sure you have with you your original cd installer for your motherboard. also, visit the toshiba's website to see if there are updates and patches for windows 7 compatibility with your hardware.

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Your system is consuming much power.

Go to Control Panel, Power Options.

Click "Advanced Power Settings" for your current power plan.

Under the section "What happens when I close the lid", choose "Do nothing" for both "Battery" and "Plugged-in".

Click "Apply" and "Ok".

Now, close the lid of your laptop and open it, it would restore but next time don't overload your system power.

This is common with Dell and Toshiba.

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I can't connect to WiFi. Any advice?


Is the wifi enabled, can you see any wifi networks? If not, make sure wifi is enabled, if there is button on laptop to disable/enable wifi connections, swich wifi on.

Check from control panel -> network (network and sharing center in Vista/Win7) -> change adapter settings. If wireless lan adapter disabled (grayed out).

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My Gateway nv55c will not connect to my wifi. My phone connects to the wifi, and I can connect my laptop with an ethernet cable. When I try to connect to a ntework it says "windows was unable to connect...


try to remove / or disable ( disable wifi ) in control panel, and try to go on(enable) again

If still not solved, just contact to my email, i will helped you

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I can't turn the wireless on?


Hi - With some laptops there are a few places you need to check to see if the wifi is enabled.

1st - check to see if you have a wifi switch. Usually found on the front at one of the corners or on the side of the laptop. Make sure the switch is "On". It may also be a button on the top of the keyboard.

2nd - make sure the wireless is "enabled" in your OS. If you are using windows, go to Control Panel then Network Connections. Make sure that where the wireless card is shown as a connection it says enabled.

3rd - If the second does not work sometimes certain wifi cards will use their own utility or program to operate the wireless card functionality. This can most likely be found in All Programs. Hard to say what it would be called unless we know the type of wifi card. Try the 1st two options, if they dont work, try this. Find the program, open it and make sure that it is enabled from there.

If none of this works, try restarting the laptop.

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Can I get a replacement AMD wireless card


Try this first before you give up...any usb adapter will work by the way....just keep the windows wirless utility as your main wireless software.

Windows WiFi Fix,

Windows Zero Wireless Configuration is one of the best programs to run a WiFi in Windows XP or Vista. Most of the other software packages that come with the different adapters have been poor at best in keeping a connection through Windows. Here is the best guide to get you back up and connected.

Windows XP:

Click Start
Right click on My Computer
When a window pops up click on properties
Click on the Hardware tab
Click Device Manager
Click the [+] next to Network Adapters
Find your wireless card and right click on it.
Click Disable
Windows may warn you that disabling the device may make it stop functioning.
Continue disabling the device.
Wait 30 seconds or so.
Right click on your wireless again and click Enable.
Exit the device manager.
Reconnect to your router.
You should now be able to connect to the internet.

Windows Vista:

Click Start Logo
Right Click Computer
Click Device Manager
Windows will ask you about opening Device Manager

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I've tried to wireless adaptors in this machine


Are your drivers for XP 64? If not, they will not work.

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WiFi unable to connect/maintain connection


Hello b... couple things.

First; see if going into Control PanelNetwork Connections and disabling the wireless network connection, then enabling it again fixes it. If it does then you have a work-around...

Second; there was a Realtek driver update offered by Windows Update. If that has
been installed (Control Panel-Programs and Features-View Installed Updates)
roll it back to the previous driver through Device manager and get the
update direct from either Toshiba or Realtek.

See if that helps.

This seems to be happening with that Wireless card and Vista... let me know what happens please.

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Wireless Internet Access


Hi, Normally there should be an Icon at the system tray (lower right) which is for the WiFi. Placing your mouse over the icons would tell you what the icon is for. Right clicking on the WiFi icon would show you whether it is enable or disabled. Double clicking on it would give you the WiFi access window where you can select which WiFi network you can connect to. Some of these wireless internet cafe would grant free access while others would need you to check-in with their admin or somebody and on certain cafes for a fee. Hope this be of some help to you and pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.

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Malfunction


This is one of those Cuckoo! problems. Assuming you have enabled your wireless connections again, have you tried a system restore to a few days before you dissabled the connection to see if the settings as they should; revert back to before the problem. If all other devices work in usb ports can't be that, if the device works in another pc, can't be that, so it's back to the software driver or a usb controller problem, on your pc that cannot start the device.

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