Press this in (with a pen or other small object) and hold for a few seconds.
Have you tried connecting the computer directly to the modem?
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try un-install your wifi drivers re-boot pc
see if that helps http://www.geekstogo...te-emoticon.gif
You have 10+ computers connected to your router?
The only reason I have not reset the router is because I have multiple (10+) connections going, and it would be a pain the --- to reconfigure them all.
I have tried hard-wiring, and yet the problem persists.
Edited by ipods619, 20 December 2008 - 10:36 PM.
I'm fairly certain its a Vista issue. I've contacted Toshiba, my ISP, and Linksys and they all have concluded that its a software issue. Toshiba (as usual) is no help, so I'm assuming that after I backup all my data and software, I'll reinstall.
i just bought a toshiba satellite a350 laptop.
i have the same problem you have.
i can't connect it to the internet, both wired and wireless.
is this toshiba hardware problem or vista.
p.s. 'im using 64-bit os
Heh, exactly the same.
When I diagnose the problem, I get:
1. Realtek ethernet driver or hardware problem blah blah blah...
2. Make sure internet protocol bindings are correct.
3. Atheros driver or hardware problem blah blah blah...
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