Acer :: 6920G WLAN Can Find Networks But Unable To Connect
Nov 7, 2008
WLAN is shown in device manager as functional, it even can find networks in range and everything. But when I want to connect to a network it gets to a point when it asks me for the username and pass, and stops there. The error sometimes says that it can't identify the server or that i should just try to reconnect. I tried connecting to various networks, and I can't even make it tell me that my pass is wrong... It seems that it isn't able to communicate with the server. It passes Intel wlan tests until the 'association' test.
Rainstalling the drivers and/or the windows didn't help, should I send it for RMA?
I have 3 thinkpads that after a fresh reload are unable to connect to wireless networks. I have gone through and installed the different wireless drivers on the lenovo support website.I have gone through several steps of similar problems others have had but it hasn't made a difference.
I have installed:
-HotKeys & patch -Power manager & driver -Chipset
The realtek network -ethernet adapter and communications LAN driver.I have installed and removed each wireless adapter available
Thinkpad Edge 15 Type: 0319-46U
On a side note in the Device manager screen there is a "Network Controller" alert saying no driver installed for this device. I have determined it is some Realtek device but beyond that I am lost.
I have Inspiron 3521 laptop with Windows 8 and Dell Wireless 1703 Card. After I start Windows it cannot find the wifi adapter and any wifi networks (including mine). If I reboot the Windows a few times it finds the adapter and connects to the wifi, however after 10-15 minutes Windows freezes and restarts. Is this a hardware or software problem? How could I sort this problem out?
i was able to connect the dell cause it had some round hole that i stuck a cable into and then my into T.V. My laptop(Aspire 6920g) doesn't have that hole(I think, didn't find it) , so anyways, how do I connect it to a T.V.?
I purchased a Dell Precision M4700 pre-installed with Windows 8 just before Christmas. Over all I am happy with it. My biggest regret was getting Windows 8.
The issue that is really starting to frustrate me is the inability to access the internet through certain secure WiFi access points. For example, I am sitting in a Marriott hotel using the Wifi network in their conference facility. Yesterday I could connect, today I cannot get to the login page. After several attempts to force a fresh connect by connecting to another network I have given up and am now tethered via my phone. A Windows 7 laptop and iPad connect without any problems.
At two companies that had a secure guest network I was unable to login at all.
As far as I can tell from the Dell web site the drivers for the Wifi card (Dell 1540) are all upto date (version 18.104.22.168).
I just installed a Windows 7 64 Bit (Professional) onto my HP Pavilion DV6-7014nr, and now it is unable to detect any networks. I checked device manager and there is not even a tab for network adapters and the only message I see on diagnostics is "Install a driver for your network adapter. Windows did not detect a properly installed network adapter. If you have a network adapter, you will need to re-install the driver." Where do I find the specific driver I need and how do I get it onto my laptop without being able to use the internet on it? Also, I noticed under "Other devices" in the device manager that almost everything under it has the yellow triangle mark next to it, like for the ethernet controller, network controller, PCI device, USB controller, etc.
I tried to read a blu-ray disc yesterday, it opens Acer Arcade Deluxe and then I get a black screen, nothing happens...
When I purchased the laptop I tried the sample blue-ray that comes with it and it works perfectly, but apparently not the blu-ray that I rented yesterday. Do you guys think it might be a zone issue ? I am in canada and I have the zone set to A, so it should be ok.
I already upgraded to the version of Acer Arcade Deluxe.
I recently bought this laptop (HP Pavillion 17 F035ND) with win8 pre installed.Because of the limits of my school's software I can not use win8.So naturally, I downgraded to win7, and installed everything I needed.But I have problems with 2 drivers, Bluetooth driver and the WLAN driver.Bluetooth won't connect properly, and the WLAN is extremely slow.My driver software says that I need Broadcom drivers for both of them, but the HP downloads only provide Intel or Realtek.
Is the hardware really Broadcom? I know my way around computers and I searched the entire web.The bluetooth doesn't bother me that much, but I really need the WLAN drivers..link me to the correct drivers for my laptop with win7?
Product: HP 15-g029wm Notebook PC Original OS: Windows 8 Currently Installed: Windows 7
I recently downgraded my Windows 8 HP 15-g029wm Notebook to Windows 7 Ultimate. Of course this has caused issues with drivers, and the Windows 7 64-bit drivers listed on HP's website for my laptop do not work properly. Currently the laptop does not recognize any USB device and I am unable to connect to the Internet, making it difficult to run any diagnostics to obtain information needed to find the best drivers for my system. Where can I find drivers for my laptop that will allow it to function properly?
I am using hp 15-r078tu notebook and im using windows 8.1 OS
The problm is , i cant connect my own WIFI to my HP LAPTOP sometimes whereas i can connect to my mobile and desktop..
laptop can detect other WIFI networks but it is not detecting my own WIFI
Im using BSNL bradband connection with D-LINK routerand i have done troubleshoot through HP SUPPORT ASSISTANT but the problem is not rectified. i can connect sometimes but it is not connecting sometimes
I just received a new Studio 15 (Vista Premium) with the Dell 1510 Wireless card and I'm unable to connect to my network using a Belkin N1 router. First let me say I'm limited in my knowledge of wireless networking but I did try troubleshooting a little without any success (Wi-Fi is turned on). When I click on "Connect To" it does pickup my network plus several others with great signal strength so the card is seeing networks but when I put my Key in it keeps coming up can't connect to my network.
Since the Studio 15 came with McAfee with it's firewall enabled I disabled it but still no connection. I even tried Safe Mode With Networking but still no success. I finally called Dell and he did some troubleshooting like having me go to Network Adapters and then to the Dell Wireless Card and Advance.
Under "Property" it was set to 802.11h+d and under "Value" it was set to "Loose 11h" but he had me change it to "Band Preference" and "Prefer 802.11g/b". It didn't make a difference but I did notice it had reverted back to the first settings when I back to that screen.
The tech gave up and transferred me higher up so the new tech says he needs to configure some settings on my Studio 15 and my Belkin Router in order for it to work but it would cost me $69.
I'm not paying Dell another $69 so can someone help me? I should state I have a Dell 1505 with their standard wireless card (not N1) and it connects with no problem.
I want to use my notebook to do a presentation in class. However, no matter which projector I connect to my Vaio SZ440, the display is unable to be shown on the projector.
I've tried Fn+F7, not working, tried stamina mode, not working, tried speed mode, not working. I've tried "Connect to a projector or other external display", not working. I've no idea what I should do. I really need to fix this or else I'll get screwed this semester. Every other notebook the projector connects to, it will automatically detect and show the display. Only mine is like this.
Please help. About 1 year ago I didn't experience any problem when connecting to a projector. I didn't remember what exactly I do to make it go bad. But I really need it to work this semester.
I own an HP Envy dv6 Notebook PC, MOdel No.2CE243OCYT. It has an Atheros AR9485 802.11 b:g:n WiFi adapter. There is an HP update for that adapter, but when I updated it, I was unable to connect to the internet. I realize that this WiFi adapter is only for 2.5G. I had to refresh my laptop, then I had internet access again. I have not tried that driver update again, but TWC just updated my Cable modem to dual band using the 2.5G and 5G bands.I am afraid to install the Atheros update in my lapotop again because I don't want to go though the hassle of re-installing all my software pd[rograms again.Is there a dual band WiFi adapter that HP recommends, and is it easy to install?
I have recently purchased a laptop Dell Inspiron 5520, & all of its USB ports are USB 3.0, so i am unable to connect my USB 2.0 devices. May i know what exactly must be the problem?? or is it that i can't connect USB 2.0 devices on USB 3.0 ports??
I am having some difficulty getting a Dell Latitude D630 to connect to a projector. I have tried the Fn key+F8 key however this does not work. This option merely cycles through three other options all saying 'Presentation Mode Off'. I have been successful in connecting other laptops with the projector. Is there somthing with the D630 that I have failed to do that is causing this?
I'm using Windows7 on Dell vostro1500, I'm unable to connect to Internet through wireless modem router, let me know whether I need to Install any driver separately for the same. If yes Please provide me the link for for the drivers.
I've had my Inspiron N5030 for about 10 months now. I've been using the same wireless router for about 8 months with no problem up until a week or so ago. I started to intermittently have the limited connectivity issue. It would come and go. So I tried to unplug the wireless router and modem. After that it seemed to work okay but the next day I turned on my computer and it wasn't connected at all. It shows my network but when I try to connect it says that windows cannot connect to my network. I'm the person that set up the network so I have the correct key and code and it's worked fine for months so I'm not sure what's causing the issue. I've also tried resetting the router but that doesn't seem to work either. I have a ipod touch that's able to connect to the wireless fine though so whatever the issue is it seems to be with the laptop.
I am unable to connect wireless network through my Dell Inspiron 15R(5520) laptop.A red cross sign is shown in front of wireless network name and show the message "This network is not connected with present settings". I am not change settings of wireless connection. Previously on same settings wireless network is connected.
I was happily connecting to my home wifi yesterday evening before my HP Pavilion g7 notebook updated to windows 8.1. Now I can only connect via ethernet cable.
I phoned Microsoft Support and was told that my wifi driver was out of date and that this needs to reinstalled. I have had a look at available downloads for network drivers but I am unsure how to establish which one I need.... there are 4 options.
Under Device Manager > Network Adapters, there was only one driver which needed update according to this. The Realtek PCle FE Family Controller. When I checked for updates here is said that it had updated successfully, but I am STILL unable to connect to the internet.
I have Dell Insipiron 15 R N5010 laptop and I cant connect to cable internet. I was getting error 651 which I fixed after changing my raspppoe.sys file but after that I am getting error 797.
Error 797: The connection failed because the modem or other connecting device failed. Please make sure that the modem or other connecting device is installed.
I tried checking the Modem under Network Adaptors and found there is a yellow mark next to "WAN miniport pppoe"
I tried updating the drivers but its not accepting and gave me error:
"Windows has found the drivers for your device but unable to update, could not found the specified file"
I have tried udisabling and re-enabling wan miniport but no luck....Tried un-installing it and check all other settings in Internet options but no luck. How to restore it to factory settings if that is my last resort ?
I am using HP Compaq 15 a00t2u, windows 7 ultimate 64 bit. I'm not able to connect to the internet via WiFi. Everytime I connect, it says,"no network access." There's a yellow triangle over the WiFi icon. Windows diagonsed it but failed to correct it. A message appears " Wireless Network Connection doesn't have a valid IP address. At times, it fixes the issue but within seconds, the problem again hops up.I am able to connect my mobile and other devices via same router. Also, when I switch on my mobile's Wifi Tethering, laptop connects to the network easily without any issue.