So what is wrong with the above line please? Excellent laptop for basic tasks like. Local Loopback inet addr: There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. Internet surfing is fine Unit has scratches and scuffs.
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Texas Instruments PCI rev 03 I applied latest Ubuntu updates 32 files as of With WICD it doesnt even connect to the wifi Improving signal strength B.
The more evidence of a problem, the faster itll be fixed. Mainly drops out and doesn’t reconnect with wicd. Any advice for this newbie on: I have a feeling it is the default driver.
The original serial number is located on the bottom of the laptop. I just don’t 802csg which one to change it to or try. Also, operating system and specs are in the screen shot.
IBM 802.11A Wireless LAN CardBus Adapter Windows Drivers, Utility
The working unit has these following specs. This t30 is in very good condition. Ah sweet mysteries of applying updates! Now, i am wondering whether the card really sees a poor signal or it just reports the signal strength incorrectly. I am also kind of a newbie at this. Both of them have 15″ LCD Screens.
There are no hard drives, no batteries and no power unit. I applied latest Ubuntu updates 32 files as of The power adapter is included. Has finger print scanner for added security measures. Only damage is to the right section of the keyoard noted in the pics. Item still 802ca on and functions as it should.
No visible scratches or marks. I was able to connect right away, surf, get email. Guaranteed by Mon, Jan 7.
Low signal strength I have similar problem with newest kernel 2. Item Location see all. I still get excellent signal when using xp 7m.
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Sounds like bad drivers in intrepid. Thank goodness for this thread! Excellent laptop for basic tasks like.
Nice condition, for parts or repair. Skip to main content. This is an incredibly great computer.
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