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Arkas
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Registered: ‎02-15-2012
Location: Australia
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WiFi not connecting

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I have a problem with the IpV4 an Ipv 6 no internet access

 

Status connected

Speed 54.o Mps

IP Address 192.168.0.2

2x2 11 a...........

 

Product ID 1141CTO

Type 1141-CTO S/N * 12/01

 

Ive gone onto support and updated 72w803ww for drivers

 

All is ok, my other computers/iphone connects ok.

 

Problem started when i plugged in the pwr cord, since realised that the energy save may have caused so ive fixed that problem by turing of the SD Card to no on both battery/pwr cord

 

I dont want to have re-instal windows 7,

 

Im at a loss, ive searched the interent and tried all on the support forum, pls help

 

many thanks

Mat

 

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802.11n
DAF
Posts: 120
Registered: ‎08-12-2008
Location: Florida, USA
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Re: WiFi not connecting

One other thing you can try is removing the wireless adapter in Windows device manager and then rebooting. Windows will find the adapter and reinstall it after the reboot. This has fixed similar issues for me before. Good luck!


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Arkas
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Registered: ‎02-15-2012
Location: Australia
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Re: WiFi not connecting

Removing the wireless aadapter, you mea disable the connection ?

 

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Arkas
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Re: WiFi not connecting

Sorry i need sleep, my head is done in, will follow up tomorra, but i have disabled the wireless connection many times, no avail, hmmm....

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802.11n
DAF
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Location: Florida, USA
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Re: WiFi not connecting

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In Device Manager under the Driver tab, you can "Disable" or "Remove" your wireless adapter. If you have tried "Disable" already I recommend you now try "Remove". This will force Windows to find the adapter on reboot and install the drivers again. This fixed a similar issue I was having with my T61 some time ago. Sweet dreams!:smileyvery-happy:


E420, i5, 8GB, 500GB/7200, 32GB mSATA, Win 8.1 Pro x64
T61, 4GB, 500GB Hybrid, Win 8.1 Pro x64
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Arkas
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎02-15-2012
Location: Australia
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Re: WiFi not connecting

There is no `Remove`, any other suggestions, this should be able to be rectified without a re-install
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Arkas
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎02-15-2012
Location: Australia
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Re: WiFi not connecting

Well, this is crap to have these issues with wireless, Im going to re-install no other chioce, which means getting my hands on a windows 7 disc, not bad for a 4 week old product having to fix this fastet growing computer sales in Australia !!

 

thanks for ya help :-)

 

cheers

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ColonelONeill
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Registered: ‎12-26-2009
Location: Toronto
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Re: WiFi not connecting

It's called "Uninstall", not "Remove".

Try a bootable Linux live CD first, so you don't have to go through the hassle of a reinstall.
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802.11n
DAF
Posts: 120
Registered: ‎08-12-2008
Location: Florida, USA
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Re: WiFi not connecting

Sorry for the confusion! I meant "Uninstall". In the properties window for your wireless adapter in Device Manager find the Driver tab and click Uninstall. This will make Windows remove the wireless adapter like it was never there. Now when you reboot, Windows will find the adapter and re-install all the drivers again. Give it a try before yo do something more drastic!


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T61, 4GB, 500GB Hybrid, Win 8.1 Pro x64