07-21-2010 05:11 AM
I have a Toshiba Satellite 113-S155 that is currently unable to do anything wireless. The internal wireless card that came with the computer is an Intel ProWireless 2200BG and I also have tried using a Belkin wireless USB adapter as well to connect, with no success.
I have a clean install of Windows XP Pro running on the system with nothing else present, but for some reason I cannot get it to find any semblance of a wireless network, even when I am sitting next to another computer that finds multiple ones to connect to. I've made sure the switch on the side is on, checked all of my settings and the like, but to no avail.
I'm pretty much at a loss right now as to what to do with this computer, as there is no logical explanation for why I cannot find a single network in my wireless settings. 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.
Hopefully someone can help me out and give me a few options to try to fix this. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. Cheers.
07-22-2010 12:21 PM
I have a clean install of Windows XP Pro
You don't say anything about installing the Toshiba drivers and utilities from here
In particular, you need this driver for the Wi-Fi card that came with the computer.
For things to work correctly, install the Intel chipset software followed by the Intel display driver prior to any other driver (including the one above).
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