Wireless problem in Lenovo® ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One PCs
Common wireless network problems that can occur in Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One PCs and tips to resolve issues
The Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One PC features a 19-inch widescreen display and supports the Windows 7 Professional operating system. It is powered by the 2.94 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM and a 300GB hard disk drive. It also includes software like Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Reader, Lenovo Online Data Backup, Microsoft Office (60 days trial version), Norton Internet Security etc. When you are connected to a wireless system, you might notice that your computer might get many secured and unsecured signal choices while connecting to the Internet. You can also face some issues about safety and security of personal information. The Wi-Fi signal quality might fluctuate, or even disappear altogether etc. For proper functioning of the wireless network in your system, you will have to resolve these issues.
Following are the common issues in wireless network in Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z All-in-One PC and tips to resolve the issues:
- Problem in network settings
- Problem with wireless router or access point
- Improper signal
Problem in network settings
You might use the Lenovo Network Assistant for validating the wired and wireless network settings. You can download it from the original website from where the licensed product is available. Ensure that you are downloading from an authorized website. Otherwise it might create serious security issues. While downloading, also check whether the network settings are compatible with the system.
Problem with wireless router or access point
The power light in Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z should be solid and steady. If it is not enabled, check the settings of the power adapter. The test light might be on only when you turn on or reset the router. If it is always on, there might be some mechanical problem. So, try to repair that. The Internet link might be on if the router is connected to a LAN, DSL, or cable modem. And if the DSL or cable modem might be on then the light might be solid.
While using Wi-Fi in your Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z, often the signal might go down or show very weak signal strength depending on the location of the router. So try to avoid obstruction in between the router. Often telephones, microwaves, or other appliances might interfere with the wireless signal, so try to keep wireless router away from these equipment. Also use a ‘Repeater’ for boosting wireless signals across greater distances.