IBM thinkpad wireless lan question
Hi, I have an IBM thinkpad R40 Celeron (model# 2681 CTO) that I want to add
to my home wireless network. It's wireless upgradable ready (the antenna
wires are already installed and there is a mini pci slot) I've been looking
at the IBM 31P9107 as it supports 802.11a/b/g. In trying to determine
weather this card is compatable with my system I found the following
information on the IBM USA site:
On this page,
the information shows a compatability with the ThinkPad R40 Celeron and P4
but on...ibm thinkpad 380d wireless network card
trying to find a wireless network card for this laptop and it will be
for 2.4g 802.11 type anyone has or know were I can get one
...Two IBM/Lenovo ThinkPads over a wireless network
Hi, I have been struggling for some time trying to get my two IBM/
Lenovo ThinkPads to work over our wireless network (see http://
lnk=st&q=Garny&rnum=5#6f6779b235421b1d). One of them is a T42p and the
other a X41.
The X41 was recently bought to replace an old laptop, which used to
work fine with the T42p over our wireless network. Since we have
replaced that old laptop with the X41, things have just stopped
working: we lose our wireless connection on both the T42p and X41
within...IBM Thinkpad R40 Wireless Radio Control
I have lost my Fn+F5 functionality. Is there another way to enable the
Well, I think you can do it all through the control panel | wireless LAN
settings choice, and I've got an icon in my systray from an IBM utility
that also lets me control the WIFI card.
"WirelesslyChallenged" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have lost my Fn+F5 functionality. Is there another way to enable the
> Wireless Radio?
...IBM Thinkpad T30
I'm using wireless lan and I cannot get the bluetooth to work.
Is it true that I cannot use both at the same time ?
Where can I get information on how to enable blue tooth to connect to my mobile ?
no.. that would be crappy..
i use bluetooth and wifi simultaneously on my t41 all the time..
they are seperate devices.. with seperate antenna.. (on seperate
windows may object to you using both as lan adaptors tho.. even though i'm
pretty sure i've done that as well.
"flahmeshess" <email@example.com> wrote in message
news:58...Question: Do I need a keyboard driver
I just bought an inexpensive keyboard (Memorex TS1 100) to use for my
IBM Thinkpad 600X. However, when I plug it into the back of my
laptop, it doesn't respond.
Do I need some sort of driver, and if so, which one?
They keyboard says System Requirements:
1) IBM PC or compatible
2) Compatible with Windows 95/98/2000/NT/4.0/ME/XP (I have win 98)
PS/2 Port (does the Thinkpad 600X have this??)
If this is the wrong keyboard, does anyone have suggestions about
which one will work with my laptop?
firstname.lastname@example.org (Lidya) wrote in
news:973e4427.0307191929.6c3d31c@posti...End of "Two IBM/Lenovo ThinkPads over a wireless network"?
Hi, some of you may remember the problems I have been experiencing
when having two IBM/Lenovo ThinkPads connected to a wireless network
If those problems were not enough, one of my laptops' motherboard died
on me! I have just got that laptop back on Friday.
This means that I have been spending more or less the whole of
yesterday and a bit of today playing with my 2 ThinkPads, modem/
router, network printer and network hard drive trying to get them t...Windows 2003 server Wireless lan driver for IBM ThinkPad R51
I've tried to install the Wireless driver for Windows XP on an IBM
ThinkPad model R51 (type 2887-K2G), but the installation program shows
ERROR - OS Section not found in INI file [iProInst.ini]
Unfortunately it is not possible from the IBM driver downloads to
download drivers for Windows 2003 server (the automatic driver
download/install software does not help either).
If anyone knows howto hack the iProInst.ini file (or any other tips and
tricks) to install the driver then please let me know!
Thomas, did you find a workaround?
I am t...Network Question, Subnetting Wireless Network, etc.
Hey guys, I trying to create a small network, I have a cable modem,
connected to a linksys wireless router, i have two computers connected
via wireless cards, to that router, I'm using DHCP to give me
192.168.1.X address, my question is my buddy is in an apartment next
to me and we want his own seperate network and file sharing, which
will not me visable via the entire 192.168.1.X network, so if I hook a
router to an 192.168.1.X address, "his valid DHCP address", into
coming connection line to the router, will the computers connect
behind that router have a different addr...IBM LAN ADAPTER DRIVERS QUICK REFERENCE IBM Network Support
...Spirit of wireless - 4
Ends Mar-05-05 08:56:01 PST
"Louis Ohland" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Ends Mar-05-05 08:56:01 PST
Yes. He has the link down the page to the product description on IBM's site.
Run the P/N.
> Is this http://ohland.kev009.com/NIC/Wireless_LAN.html ?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Louis Ohland" <...Wireless networking questions...
Alright, I just got done setting up my wireless network. I have one
computer hooked to a Linksys router/WAP combo with CAT-5, and another
computer with a Linksys wireless PCI card. Internet access is up and
working fine, both computers get about 1.2 Mbps downloads on a speed test.
I'm running WinXP Home on both systems, along with Grisoft AVG and ZoneLab's
ZoneAlarm (free version). However, when I try to access the hard drive of
either computer from the other, I get error messages. When using the
computer that is hard wired to the router, I can get to a point (in Windows
Explorer) ...Wireless Network Question
I have a PowerBook G4, 15 inch, 2GB memory, OS X 10.4.(most recent update)
I connect via the Airport Extreme to a my Wireless Router, a D-Link DI-524.
In the past year the wireless connection has been getting flakey, compared
to the wired connections which have always had good throughput.
I sometimes reload web pages, when Safari seems stuck and the page loads on
a second or third attempt almost instantly. Apple Mail sometimes gets the
mail real quickly, sometimes I wait forever, do a forced quit and try again.
A chap I know says that the D-Link are known for flakey wireless operation.
So...wireless networking question
Apologies if this has been covered somewhere recently; if so, perhaps
someone could tell me where to look!
I want to add my husband's RPC (upstairs) to my network (downstairs) via a
wireless link. I've got a Net100 card waiting to go into the RPC, and need
some sort of wireless adaptor, but I'm not sure what to get.
I already use a Belkin WAP (connected to a broadband router) to allow
laptop connection with the wired parts of the network. Everything on the
wireless part is 802.11g (54g), so I'd want the adapter for the RPC to
support that too.
Any advice apprec...