Question about Maxdata Pro 650T Notebook
Is there a wireless switch on this laptop as it suddenly cannot find the wireless network
Yes there is a wireless switch on laptop, or you can do one thing press the Fn key and the key that has marked wirelss on it together
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if it flashes orange it is trying to connect and detect the internet, if you are connected to your wireless router but no internet check the security keys on the router and the laptop if they are the same, I guess you get the error limited connectivity, and if possible check for programs that could cause your wireless to not get the internet but get connected to the router, check for network magic uninstall the program from your system restart the computer try connecting again.
worst case that can happen is you can try uninstalling the wireless drivers and reinstalling it if the wireless devices gets an error during installation of the driver then you will need to replace your wireless card in your laptop, orange flashing in router meaning it does not detect internet from the modem ^_^
Posted on Jun 08, 2010
One of the things that I have seen that might fix this problem is running a program called winsock fix. What this does it reset/rebuild your network config on your laptop. You will need to download this program from the other computer and then take it to the laptop via thumbdrive/cd. Here is the link. Hope it helps.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Make sure you don't have your wireless turned off on your laptop. Sometimes there is a button on the laptop.
or. Go to Control panel on laptop -- then system --then device manager and check to see if there are any "explanation points" on any of your devices listed. If so, right click on the one with the "exp point" and hit update driver. Then follow the process on the screen. Sometimes you may have to select roll back driver to get it working again.
The wireless adapter was disabled in the same device manager. if so, right click on the adapter line and check to make sure it is enabled.
Hopefully my explanation isn't too confusing. I appologize, I'm relative new at typing directions.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 26, 2009
Perhaps, it just needed a new IP address. Simply rebooting the computer and resetting the IP Address of the computer took care of the issue.
That sounds like symptoms of Manufacturer & Windows drivers conflicting. Try uninstall the Manufacturer Drivers and let the windows ones do the work, and see how that goes down.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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