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what is the driver you downloaded? Is it from Intel website? You can try downloading their software from here but from what I know Intel recommend customer to contact the notebook vendor for support, but you might want to give the software a try
if the wireless card is really faulty, guess you have no choice but have to go back to Toshiba
Thanks for the quick reply. I tried downloading the driver from the link u gave me, but still, the Intel my WiFi utility shows the driver but i cannot enable the WiFi.
how would i knw that my WiFi card has stopped functioning.???
I got the same card on my VAIO which i recently bought and traveled outside US ... so basically same story.
My card is the same yet "advanced"... SO ADVANCED THAT IT STOPPED WORKING.. EVEN THOUGH THE LIGHT IS GREEN. the sony people tried to help me online, they accessed my system remotely.. and still no cure. What did you end up doing? and do you think we can change the ship (or whatever hardware it is) at least...
at least sony bothered to connect remotely to your computer and check for the problem... Tohisba just dont care for their customers..they said they would call back and untill now no one has called me back and to get some to speak to i have to stay on hold for 45 mins...
well back to the main point i bought a USB wireless.. no other option i had.. cuz m still out of US....
So, this is an Intel Forum but no Intel personnel will repy back to us. My laptop company does not care... so very are pretty much _____ up....
Feel like just trashing the laptop now... Frustation....
Same problem on my Samsung.