Network Controller in Fujitsu® LifeBook® TH700 Tablet PC
What are the possible reasons for the network controller not working in Fujitsu® LifeBook® TH700 Tablet PC?
The Fujitsu LifeBook TH700 is equipped with Ethernet 10/100/1000, wireless LAN and Bluetooth device to make the system capable of connecting to network. Network controller in Fujitsu Tablet exists in the form of cards. The network controller actually acts like an interface between the machine and the network that you are going to connect. Wireless network card in Fujitsu Tablet converts the makes the data in your system capable of travel through the communication network. You could connect both wired and wireless network and Internet to the Fujitsu LifeBook. One of the main functions of the network controller in the Fujitsu Tablet includes controlling the flow of the data to and from your Fujitsu laptop.
Some of the reasons for non-functioning network controller in the Fujitsu LifeBook TH700 are described below.
- Problems with Network Card
- Driver Issues
- Configuration Changes
Problems with Network Card
If the network card in your system is not installed properly, it will not be detected by the operating system in the Fujitsu LifeBook so that the network card in your system does not make any communication with Windows. Any physical damage that occurs in the network controller will also cause troubles in your system. To resolve this problem, you need to reseat the network card or replace it with a new one.
Incompatibility of network card driver makes network connecting problems with your Fujitsu LifeBook TH700. Malware infection in your system can cause corruption on your driver software. In such situations you may get “No network connectivity” error from Windows. Outdated driver software in your system causes repeated disconnection when you try to connect the Internet. You could uninstall your corrupted driver in the Fujitsu Tablet and can reinstall it or upgrade with a new one.
Networking problems in Fujitsu LifeBook can also arise due to software configuration problems. You need to verify WINS configuration, DNS configuration, registry, etc. For the wireless networks, you must ensure that the password of the router is same as that of the wireless machines that are connecting. Some configuration issues that can come with the driver software in Fujitsu LifeBook include non-matching SSID and WEP settings.