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Cannect Connect With Wireless


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#1 ghewitt

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Posted 18 December 2006 - 07:33 PM

I'm having trouble connecting to the internet over a wireless connection is my laptop is charging. If it's using battery power it connects just fine. Also, the hardwire connection to the modem works when the computer is using either batery or AC. The machine is a Tosh Satellite A-100 running Configfree. I think that might be the problem. A couple of times when I log out I get an error message about shutting down cfserv.exe which is the Configfree executable. I tried to download a new version of configfree but I'm not sure which I need (there are 5 liste on the wesite for the A-100).
Any suggestion???

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#2 fozzie

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Posted 17 January 2007 - 04:58 AM

You have to check simply the notebook details. There are different A100 notebooks but there must be also a serial number listed on the label at the bottom of the unit.
Then select the right notebook from the driver page form.
Select you OS and download the newest ConfigFree version…




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