Toshiba® Portégé M780 Tablet PC Wireless Problems
The Toshiba Portege® M780 Tablet PC is best known for its smart and fast performance. It assures reliability and durability through its advanced technology, spill-resistant keyboard, and reinforced hinges. Fingerprint Reader, eSATA/USB Sleep-and-Charge Ports, and EasyGuard technology are some of its additional features. You can power up your smartphone and other favorite portable devices even when your system is asleep or off. The dual-core processor helps you to do more. At times, while using a wireless Internet connection on your Toshiba Portege M780 Tablet PC, you might face some issues that can be solved easily by following some useful tips.
- Issues with wireless signal strength
- Problems with drivers
- Connection issues
Issues with wireless signal strength
You might face the problem of losing the wireless network connection on your Toshiba Portege M780 Tablet PC. The main reason for this problem is weak wireless signal strength. You can resolve this problem by replacing the wireless hardware on your Toshiba Portege M780 Tablet PC or by adjusting the wireless controller settings.
Problems with drivers
Drivers are programs that allow your OS to access all the internal as well as hardware accessories, like mouse, keyboard, speaker, monitor, and wireless adapter. You might face some problem in connecting to the Internet using wireless connection, due to faulty, outdated, incompatible, or missing drivers, too. The drivers for wireless networking on Toshiba Portege M780 Tablet PC need to be updated, to cope with the latest available wireless technology. Therefore, by updating your system drive, this issue can be overcome.
Sometimes, you may face network connection failure on your Toshiba Portege M780 Tablet PC when you try to connect to Internet wirelessly. Sometimes, in such cases, you can resolve the issue by just turning off the wireless router and then turning it on again. In case your Toshiba Portege M780 Tablet PC has a wireless card with a USB wireless adapter or a wireless adapter, restart the system. By restarting your Tablet PC, you can reset all the settings and make it work like before.