Lenovo® Thinkpad W510 Wireless Problem
Know about Lenovo Thinkpad W510 Wireless Problem
The need for wireless Internet in Lenovo Thinkpad W510 arises if the Internet connection setting is not proper and the IP address is not disabled. Problems may arise if the user is using different Internet connections on the same laptop. Speed of wireless Internet depends on the strength of signals as the laptop receives when it is connected to the wireless network.
More details about wireless problems in Lenovo Thinkpad W510 are given below,
- Wireless in Lenovo Thinkpad W510
- Problem faced by user in wireless
- Points to remember
Wireless in Lenovo Thinkpad W510
ThinkVantage Access Connections is useful for detecting the wireless connection available. This can be used for any network adapter which includes WLAN, WWAN, WAN, Ethernet, and Bluetooth wireless or it may be available in any combination. The user has to make proper arrangements while moving from one Internet connection to another. Even when you move between a WLAN and a wired LAN connection setting is properly handled to save the precious time of the user.
Problem faced by user in wireless
Users may face problems in the wireless network adapter if it is not functioning properly. The solution which most users prefer to install is the ThinkVantage Access Connections utility. It helps to install and start up wireless facility in the system. You need to use the related information to activate the service because laptop is not able to acquire a proper IP address via DHCP. Ethernet is also connected in the same manner but the users have to start up a wireless connection in the system. After this effort the user might be able to user internet easily if any other issue is not arises. And all the steps are taken properly by the users.
You need to go to the download page for the ThinkPad. Download from the reliable site as IBM or Lenovo. Download and install the Hotkey Utility, Power and Power Management utility. Uninstall the previous Wireless Network Connection drivers which are present in the system. When you are done with the help of Device Manager, click ‘Network adapters’ option. Then right-click the option ‘Select the driver listing’, and then select ‘Uninstall’ it. Download and install the Intel Wireless adapter driver for ThinkPad W510. Uninstall the Access Connections application. Download and install the Access Connections utility the latest version on the IBM site. Now, reboot the system, it will resolve the wireless problem.