Question about Toshiba Satellite A105 Notebook
Disable firewall settings to check if it doesn't block connection.
1) Update the WLan driver. In most cases this solves connections issues.
2) Go to device manger -> WLan card -> Properties -> Advanced tab and check if the WLan modus 802.11 B/G or N has been set to the same Wlan modules supported by router!
3) Disable the WLan encryption and password on the router and check if you could connect to the router without any security settings. Do this only for testing purposes. If it connects properly, enable the encryption password and try again.
4) Disable WLan power saving! This can be done in Win Power Management. If that doesn't work, perform a system restore, set your computer to how it was the last time you were on the internet.
Posted on Apr 15, 2011
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