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So, how are you guys doing with your Intel AC cards? Did you have Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN Any tips solutions you used to solve them? Before I left home for work I Googled someone with a similar issue and managed to fix my initial throughput problems. The solution was this I now get the full internet connection speed Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN my Wireless N-equipped laptop gets! However, what I have not tested yet is if I will get through Wireless AC throughput between my router and my laptop, or if the Intel settings page now states that I am connecting at AC speeds.

However, this is already a BIG improvement! Please note that this an issue specific to this Intel chipset What am i supposed to do?

Gateway laptop wireless not on

Send it back and wait for weeks for a new one with probably Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN issues? I have not tested transfer speeds within my home network, but overall things seem to be working well. What version did you upgrade to? Where did you download it from? I mean seriously, is this not checked before shipping out en masse?


I couldn't get the wifi connected during the initial set up. I have to get in the card setting to change the wireless mode to I also disabled a bunch of setting in the wifi card configuration under wireless card configure - advanced menu.

I hope this helps. I went to the Intel website.

Warranty & Support

Search for the AC drivers. You can also use the Intel Driver Update Utility Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN find the latest driver, most of the time: The model numbers of the routers would be nice, and if it isn't too much trouble, the firmware versions running. These little details add up to a compatible functional pairing, which is eluding some others I have a Netgear v2 Wireless AC router.

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It turns out that this setting isn't Intel's fault, all properly implemented You don't need that to enable with other cards. Wireless Network Speed Tweaks - as good an explanation as any: I learned to fix my problem by restarting the computer that just to mention, took AGES to restart, to the point I'd have to press power button and force it. Then, on the Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN days of past week, with this persistent error, I noticed that this issue grew on very weird proportions, my Wireless Network simply disappeared from the Device Manager and no matter what did I do, I couldn't get the thing back there I tried installing the driver again but it said there was already a driver, so I'd uninstalled and did the process all over, and nothing.

Weekend I could only connect to the internet through ethernet. So I decided to format my notebook, resetting it factory standards and fresh start, I already have everything set here, all drivers updated, no other crap that could interfere on the Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN network functions, but the error persists.


Then under Value I clicked enable. None of the solutions in this thread were Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN a thing to enable the disabled wifi service on my Gateway NV52L laptop. I had even upgraded the OS from Windows 8 to 8.

Gateway laptop wireless not on - Wireless Networking

I clicked on the Power Management tab and there is a check box that states "Allow computer to turn off this device to save power" which was checked. My wifi adapter came back on and I'm in business. So what I did was turn on airplane mode and wifi was on so I turned wifi off and then turned airplane mode back off and then wifi stays on now. Seems that some how wifi was turned on Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN in airplane mode and it was locked off when airplane Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN turned off. CCisme Mar 10,2: I turned out to be related to my battery which loses the charge quickly. For me it was the Qualcomm Atheros. Close all windows and restart your computer.

You should be able to connect to your router as you did when you initially set Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN your computer. I ran into this issue after performing factory recovery. There were no updated drivers on Gateway website. If you go to device manager>network adapters, and you don't see anything for wireless you might need to download the driver. For Gateway, go  Missing: 68 ‎ ‎Must include: ‎ Wireless Gateway Revised Manual details for FCC ID EJM-AP made by Intel Corporation Page 1 of AP Wireless Gateway User Manual user_guide_rgbook Intel Gateway T-68 Intel WLAN. Page 68 of AP Wireless Gateway User Manual I can't connect to the Internet through my gateway The assumption for the.

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