While SkiRac3rDud3’s suggestion didn’t help me on my machine, installing updated drivers did. Login or create an account to post a review. To join the discussion, please login or register. Alex no third party software, i’ll try the update. I had to reformat and reinstall my laptop today. There are things that can go wrong during the SP3 updater process that lead to subsequent wireless connection problems.
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Sign up using Facebook. It keeps stalling at ‘waiting for network to become ready I installed the OS, then installed SP3 before installing the wireless driver for my laptop. From the menu bar choose Action, then click “scan for new hardware”. Please check to see whether your wireless card needs a a5r004g update from the wireless manufacturer.
I have a satellite P30 with the same problem. Sexually explicit or offensive language. Thank You for Submitting a Reply,! Do I start running Ubuntu full time? I suspect it may be a driver issue, and the correct driver doesn’t install with XP Pro.
Download Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver for ARG and Windows XP
The same configuration did worked without problems for about 3 months. The only way to do it, is to get an extra external card such as a USB dongle that will support it. If anyone would like to know the full steps I did to solve the problem: I have seen another user, peter-jaap did mentioned on this forum a few weeks earlier the same problem. Friend bragging about 10 year old car with really low mileag [ Automotive ] by IowaCowboy LLigetfa Member Apr-8 4: I had the same troubles more than once with my AS I went to the Toshiba site aps2.
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Download selected Qualcomm Atheros wireless driver v10.0.0.274 for AR5005G and Windows XP
Most Active Forum Topics this week Resource conflict – PCI network controller in slot 3. Hi all, I can and do relate to your problem! Check to see whether the wireless card is under the wpa of Windows, or under the control of an application that was supplied with the card’s software.
If there atheeos Atheros card from the beginning it must be installed properly because the right driver is already installed on Recovery CD.
The time now is I have a P35 and it is such a relief just to find someone with the same problem after spending so much money on this laptop only to have a recurring problem. I’m having this same problem.