Why do you thinks it’s RealTek? I have taken the laptop apart before and checked the wi-fi card. If this was a Dell the app is called Quickset. Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: Proffitt Forum moderator November 13, 6: I don’t understand why the XP drivers won’t work on this computer. Get the install plan from the maker.
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Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. The rtlb wireless card works fine aslire Linux. Why do you thinks it’s RealTek?
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If so, it’s problematic as to whether the drivers are available for XP. Device Manager is showing the wireless card is correctly installed, but it cannot find any available networks.
Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: I’ve provided the link for “All Operating Systems” but you can narrow it down to just XP but using the drop menu in the upper right.: You are posting a reply to: I am pretty sure the card used to work on Win Vista. You are reporting the following post: Proffitt Forum moderator November 13, 6: The wireless card chipset is rtlb. I have taken the laptop apart before and checked the wi-fi card.
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Get the install plan from the maker. See the link below for the drivers for your computer.
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I don’t understand why the XP drivers won’t work on this computer. I have tried pretty much all rtlb WinXP drivers I could find online manufacturer’s website, Cnet, etc. Toshiba calls it TVAP and you find folk that are stumped by this everyday. The Linux builds tend in incorporate not only the driver but turn on the card for you.
If this was a Dell the app is called Quickset.