Resolve wireless problem in Lenovo® ThinkPad X100e
Know about resolving wireless problems in Lenovo ThinkPad X100e
Lenovo ThinkPad X100e laptop comprises of AMD Turion Processor, up to 4 GB RAM 320 GB SATA HDD and 11.6 inch high-definition display. System is preloaded with the Windows 7 or Windows XP operating system. System contains ThinkPad 11b/g/n, non Intel low cost wireless LAN Half Mini Card for network connectivity. When you try to connect broadband wired Internet connection on a wireless network, the network problems arise in Lenovo laptop. Main wireless network problems that might occur include repeated disconnection, no connectivity error, LAN card disabled and slow connection. The main reasons for these problems might be a damaged network card, low signal strength, corrupted LAN card driver software and virus attacks in wireless access points.
Some of the tips to resolve wireless network problems in Lenovo ThinkPad X100e laptop are described below:
- Upgrade Wireless LAN Card Driver
- Check the Security Settings
- Scan the System
Upgrade the wireless LAN Card Driver
After working for some time, the system might show errors like repeated disconnection or you won’t be able to get connection once after it is disabled. It is recommended to upgrade your wireless LAN card with any Intel LAN card. Thereby, you will get fine network connectivity.
Check the security settings
You need to make sure that all the routers and access points are setup with the same username and password. Otherwise you will not get access to the Internet. Routers and Access points have some security features. You need to setup your LAN card device in accordance with the WPA security policies. Using wrong security settings might make serious problems with your network connection.
It is advisable to scan the system before and after you connect the system to the Internet. Any threats in you computer system might make corruptions on your LAN card driver or it might damage your access points. So scan the system with strong antivirus software and always turn on the firewall in your computer system. It will prevent the unexpected threats and virus attacks to a greater extend.