Wireless Problem on Samsung® P560
Tips to fix different wireless problems on Samsung P560
Samsung P560 is a new laptop with an excellent finish and services. These features include multimedia graphics and super sonic effect. The 15.4” screen of LED display supports high definition picture class. It also supports both wired and wireless LAN. This notebook sized laptop has a hard drive memory of 320 GB with Windows Vista OS pre-installed on it. There are mainly two types of networks, the wireless networking and the wired networking. In the wired networking, a physical link is established between the system and the main Internet service provider for communication. The wireless networking do not contain any physical link, instead communication is carried out with the help of antennas carrying radio waves. A number of factors are responsible in ensuring a successful and reliable communication link.
The following explains the various wireless Internet problems on Samsung P560 and tips to prevent and fix such issues:
- Carrier issues
- Wireless card issues
- Improper driver
The wireless communication is enhanced with the help of radio waves. They are the carrier of data. The data is transmitted and received in the form of signals. If the signal strength is not enough to carry the data, the wireless Internet connection will be at a loss. If the signal overlaps with another signal due to adjacent frequency, data received will be tampered. If any antenna error is reported, wireless connection can fail.
Wireless card issues
The wireless Internet connection can be established only with the help of an interface card, called the wireless network interface card. This card has to be inserted properly into the wireless LAN slot. This card, if not identified by Samsung P560 operating system, will result in network failure. WNIC can be connected to the system via USB or PC card. This card initiates system communication with the network with the help of microwaves and antennas.
A main issue for failure of wireless Internet connection is the presence of improper drivers and wireless routers. For Samsung P560 to take part in wireless communication, it requires installation of wireless adapter drivers. These drivers have software that enable connectivity and thus, carry out communication without establishing any physical link. If the wireless router fails to locate an access point, the wireless Internet connection will be compromised.