I bought a Sandisk Wifi card for my pocket pc. It seems to work, as it lists in the Ap Browser page that the connection has a 100% signal. On the status page both the link quality and strength are listed as zero. When I try to get online it trys, and then gives me a message that it cannot connect. Yet when I am linked with my pc it does connect independently. What do I need to do to make my wifi card work?
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if you are telling me that it has already builtin wifi,you dont have to buy it, those people who doesnt have built in wifi can use sd card for wifi,im sure it will fit to yours,because SD card has standard size..
There are a few requirements other than the laptop and the wireless card. You need to also have an Wireless AP/Router that must be connected to the modem that connects to your ISP. All your PCs must then connect to this router either using the wired/Ethernet ports or WiFi.
If such a device (WiFi AP/Router) already exists and is connected to your modem and your other PC(s) are tied up to it and can access the Internet, you need to install the drivers (in a CD that came with the wireless card) to your IBM ThinkPad. Thereafter, you need to configure your laptop's wireless networking to access the AP/router. Your AP/Router must also be configured to accept wireless clients.
Please post back with brand/model of your AP/Router.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
In my experience this type of thing bodes of a hardware failure...I think ya WiFi module has gone faulty, sorry to say.. In fact the only way to "Troubleshoot" something like this is to replace the unit and see whats what anyway.. perhaps ya can get one on Ebay or the like?
I have bought the Bluetooth Option Part for my e400. It was an "PC Bluetooth SD Card2".
In the specs of the Bluetooth Card is an SD/IO enabled SD Slot required for the Card.
So I think your Wifi will also work.