Results are here at pastebin http: Still Have kernel 4. It was not in that driver page, but I installed it anyway just to be sure no result. Possibly a Hardware Problem with Wifi? However, when the laptop is connected to an ethernet cable internet works. Please mark your thread as solved if you get a satisfactory response Different ways to contribute to Xubuntu.
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Here are the WLan drivers from Toshiba page: It’s very strange, my laptop connects to the network and for a miinute at best the connection is fine, but then it just drops it and it shows limited access. The Fn F8 does not Appear to work? Reconnect wireess and power cord then boot it up, then check Code:. Results 1 to 6 of 6.
I remember on my previous laptop I had some intel wireless software; do you think I need some similar software for this? To join the discussion, please login or register. It seems that I fixed it! Everything else works fine, it’s just this wireless connection which is very incosistent.
It was not in that driver page, but I installed it anyway just to be sure no result. Everytime I connect to a wireless network, it connects than in a minute it drops the connections and says that there is “limited access”, it might go back to being connected but then goes back to limited access, so back and forth.
It will create the file “wireless-info.
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Do you think this is just faulty hardware?
Hello all, I recently purchased a Satellite L notebook, however, there is one big problem. The time now is The Answer Please if at all Possible. Satellote MovMus I’m having the exact same issue and also have the same realtek network adaptor. Toshiba Satellite LD-S No wifi It has a hard block satllite wifi and since I can’t find anything about a switch on your model for wifi, please try this Shutdown your computer, remove power cord and battery, then hold the power button for 20 seconds.
Maybe you should try different router settings as well.
Possibly a Hardware Problem with Wifi? I’ve also looked on the realtek website for the latest drivers and it seems mine is up to date.
You can do this in Winnows 7 power management. It seems many people run into this problem, so please make this solution more known.
Have you tried to change WLAN card settings, especially wireless mode? The time now is Still Have kernel 4.