Message 9 of Any help is appreciated. But on the xe, the connection drops from time to time. I just did the updates, and it seems to work pretty well now. Perhaps the problem is due to an outdated device drivers. Message 10 of
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Lenovo ThinkPad X100e Laptop Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 Drivers, Software
Thinkpad Laptop X100e Drivers for Windows XP/Vista/7 (32-bit,64-bit) Download
contrloler I am connected to my wireless network at home, and it works properly on my other computers at house. DId a google search and got this post.
I also replaced my D-Link router with a Cisco Linksys router and now I dont drop the wireless connection any longer. Suddenly, the internet is gone, but ten seconds later, the network is back up again.
Anyone knows what my problem is? I just did the updates, and it seems to work pretty well now.
New Xe Realtek Wireless Driver – Thinkpads Forum
I just got my new xe laptop today, and i really like it. It’s not that big a problem, but it is frustrating to lose the internet from time to time. No internet crash since I updated the drivers.
Perhaps the problem is due to an outdated device drivers. Would it be worth disabling that or the Access Connections software, and if so, what’s the best way? Is this a known or suspected issue with this adapter upgrade? Basically the connection to the internet will crap out then come back suddenly.
Lenovo ThinkPad Xe Laptop Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 Drivers, Software | Notebook Drivers
Xe Wireless connection problems. Forums Knowledge Base Blogs. Also, what operating system is running on the ThinkPad Xe? Our commitment to the environment Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. If I disable then enable the wireless radio the internet connection will be restored.
Having that information can help us determine what steps are needed to help you troubleshoot the problem. I’ve also set the power setting for the adapter card to “maximum performance”, which I assume keeps it powered on most of the time. I am beyond frustrated with this as I have 4 othe devices on the wireless network that never have these issues.
Message 2 of This helped me too. It happens from every 5 minutes to once 30 minutes. Message 7 of Lenovo is committed to environmental leadership from operations to product design and recycling solutions. Message 5 of See our Sustainability Report. Just wanted to let you know.