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Toshiba satelitte refomat - now no wireless network


Jocat1972

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Dear All,

Hoping someone can help.

Toshiba Satellite Pro A300 - Windows Vista 32bit model PSAG9E

I have just reformtted the laptop the recovery disc and now there is not any wireless(yes, it is switched on). Under Device Manager there is a yellow exclamation triangle next to network controller, it says no drivers.

I have tried installing drivers downloaded from a USBkey and that doeesn't work.

Would appreciate help, before WW3 breaks out in the house, due to teenagers needing it for GCSE coursework.

Thanks

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chub_tor

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You can get the driver from the Toshiba Support page Click Here

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Jocat1972

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I tried this yesterday. I downloaded realtekwlan20100225 and clicked install, and it didn't help.

Was I doing something wrong

Ty

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rdave13

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Check to see if you've typed in the right model and number if you think the auto detect is wrong. The 2C4 has an Atheros wlan card for instance,http://uk.computers.toshiba-europe.com/innovation/jsp/SUPPORTSECTION/discontinuedProductPage.do?service=UK&toshibaShop=false&BVUseBVCookie=yes&PRODUCTID=1067884

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