I just bought an Toshiba Satellite C855-1UT laptop and I installed ubuntu 12.10, but the wireless doesn't work. Does anyone knows where to find wireless driver for it?
on 01/12/2013 – Made popular on 01/12/2013
I have a Toshiba Satellite C855-S5118 for 6 months now, but I got a new PC for gaming. But I still like using this PC "Toshiba Satellite C855-S5118" for most of my gaming. I know it's a slightly below average on spec for gaming but is there any way of increasing the CPU or GPU basic on the type of motherboard?
Okay, so I'm pretty new to the whole Ubuntu thing. I installed it yesterday alongside Windows 8, and it installed fine. Then I started it up and tried to connect to my wireless router. It wouldn't give me the option and the only thing that I could find was Edit Connections thing along the top which I didn't understand at all and just ended up confusing me.
I updated to 13.04 from 12.04 LTS (which also gave me wireless problems), and now I am having more severe wireless issues. I cannot stay connected for more than 1 minute. Ubuntu claims I am connected, but I cannot do any of the functions one would expect they could do when connected to the internet (for example, post this message.
UPDATE: So i figured it out and now have wifi working perfectly! In case anyone else has this problem i'll leave the links that helped me:
Wireless not working on Toshiba Satellite C55-A5281
i bought a new Laptop yesterday (Toshiba Satellite L50-A) and had a lot of problems dual booting as it came with Win 8 pre-installed.
Hello Every one,
I have a Toshiba satellite C55-a5100 with Fedora kde. Everything seems to be working but I can't get fedora to see the wireless driver, This is the first time that I have installed fedora on toshiba so I need some help in getting the wireless to work.
Does any one have any Idea on how to get it to work.
I just bought a Toshiba C855D satellite yesterday and installed 12.04 this morning without a problem. on the first boot up, I had no issues with wireless at all until I installed updates and restarted my computer. At this point, even after disabling and reenabling networking, I am not being shown any wireless connections that are definitely in range.