Toshiba® Portégé R600 Ethernet Card
What are the different issues that can come with Ethernet card in Toshiba Portégé R600.
Ethernet cards are sometimes known as Network Interface Cards. It is the most widespread networking topology in the PC industry. Ethernet cards are technically more reliable and it supports higher performance. Hence it has some problems. While you are using your laptops, the Ethernet card will not respond properly. It might look like it is connected to Internet, but you can’t actually get any webpages to load. If your Toshiba Portégé R600 laptop’s network is not functioning properly, you might see “A Network Cable Is Unplugged” message appear repeatedly on the Windows® desktop. Messages may pop-up on the screen once in every few days or even once in every few minutes depending on the nature of the problem. An Ethernet network adapter is needed while using Ethernet cards.
The following are some tips to resolve Ethernet card problems in Toshiba Portégé R600 laptop :
- Use a good crossover cable
- Install an identified new driver for the hardware
- Use a card that is compatible with your computer
Use a good crossover cable
The cable modem connected to your Toshiba Portégé R600 laptop Ethernet card might not be good sometimes. It might be incorrect or defective. It might cause problems in network connection. In order to solve the issue, you should use a good crossover cable. You can make a simple loopback to test also.
Install an identified new driver for the hardware
When you start your device you might receive a message telling that the “Windows has found a new device”. This happens every time you startup your computer. In order to stop the message from appearing every time you startup your computer, you can install drivers for the hardware in Windows® which has been identified as being new.
Sometimes your computer might not recognize the Ethernet card that you are using. The computer will recognize it only as an unknown device. This is the most common problem which happens when you are using an Ethernet card. The reason for this problem might be because you are using a card which is not compatible with your computer. So try to use a card that is compatible with your computer.