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Toshiba Satellite S laptop wireless issues | NotebookReview

Moderators, -please- do not remove that thread. Did u enable the card from the Network Connections folder? I had problems with Windows XP Pro about a week ago – toshib corrupted system file – preventing loading of the os. AC Adapters View Product.

Discussion in ‘ Toshiba ‘ started by bSep 29, Retrieving search results Please wait Be aware, top of the card has the odd numbered pins.

It solved the issue I was working on.

It’s as if there is something internal inside the laptop preventing it from displaying anything wireless, and I have no idea what it could be. No, create an account now. The problem was, the system would shut off the wireless adapter as a power-conservation option. I know this post is long dead 1 yearbut it just helped me, so I thought I would add my comments. Similar Threads – Toshiba Satellite No problem, found them and installed them.


I hooked up the antenna wires to the card when installing it with the white wire on the main, and the black on the auxiliary, but I’m wondering how to check if these wires are connected properly to the switch, or if there’s another problem I’m not aware of about turning the wireless hardware on.

The switch on the side of the laptop is turned on, but the led light is not on, and the Intel wireless configuration software says the hardware switch is not on. I just wanted to thank “dustystrings” and “OneTimePost” for their solution to the Toshiba Satellite S wireless issue.

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You must log in or sign up to reply here. AnoterOneTimePostJun 18, Toshiba Satellite CM cpu upgrade problem mnumicDec 8,in forum: If I can find a disassembly tutorial on ueb model, I’ll try checking the wiring all the way through to the switch. Do you already have an account? No, create an account now. I used it with my Dell laptop without any problems, so it’s not the card.

Ask a question and give support. I updated the drivers on the Intel 113-s155, so I’m almost certain that’s not the issue, and I’ve tried the Belkin on another computer with no problems.

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Share This Page Tweet. I see instructions on how to disassemble some models of Toshiba laptops, but when I removed the keyboard, my laptop didn’t look the toshoba as the ones I’ve seen online and I couldn’t figure how to remove the metal cover that is covering the system board, so I tosbiba put it back together.


Some folks in the Toshiba section of this forum might be able to provide more help also!

EvenNotOdd Dec 20, Do you think that might be why it wouldn’t run the Linsys USB wireless card? After completing this, the hardware and Fn key seem to have no effect on the state of the wireless.

Pass this on to as many people as possible, perhaps we can save a few man-hours. My problem is the software is saying the hardware isn’t turned on, and the switch on the laptop is set to the “on” position, but the led light doesn’t come on, and although I have a wireless router with a signal that clearly shows up on my other laptop and my desktop, it’s not showing up on the available wireless networks on todhiba Toshiba with the new card.

It’s lame; doesn’t show any of the peripherals or much other info.