Wireless Problem in Lenovo® IdeaPad Z560 Laptop
Lenovo IdeaPad Z560 offers high definition display advanced audio and dedicated NVIDIA graphics and gives a stunning audio experience. It is integrated with Intel Core i7- 620M processor and 1GB dedicated NVIDIA Graphics card or Intel Integrated GFX. The memory capacity of Lenovo IdeaPad Z560 is up to 8GB DDR3 RAM and storage capacity includes up to 640GB Hard Disk. It comes with a Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit Operating System and has got a 15.6”³ inch HD Widescreen LED Backlit Display. Since you are having Wi-Fi features in Lenovo IdeaPad Z560, you might often face some issues in wireless internet connection. While using this wireless network, you might notice that you are getting many secured and insecure signal choices while connecting to Internet. Sometime the signal quality might get fluctuated and your entire connection might get failed.
- Due to corrupted WLAN driver
- Due to improper network settings
- Tips fix these issues
Due to corrupted WLAN driver
Your WLAN driver might get corrupted due to many reasons and you might face issues in your wireless internet connection as a result. Viruses and other malware programs are the main reason of corruption of WLAN driver. These viruses have the ability to alter critical Windows files as well as installed user programs and, sometimes data and documents. Also WLAN driver files might get affected by these viruses.
Due to improper network settings
Use of improper security settings might cause serious issues with your Internet connection. When you use default settings on the router, anyone might be able to connect to your wireless network and steal your bandwidth. WPA security uses stronger encryption methods than WEP. While using WEP, it might result in an unauthorized party hacking into your wireless network. Improperly configuration in your security settings might also prevent network computers from accessing the Internet through your router.
Uninstall the corrupted WLAN drivers completely. Then reboot your computer and reinstall a compatible WLAN driver. Also install good updated Antivirus software in order to prevent your system from virus. When you set up your router, you need to change your username and password. Make note of the new username and password and put them in a secure place where you might easily access them. Also ensure that you have configured all the settings properly. You need to make sure that you update the drivers associated with the network.