Network Controller Problems in Samsung® Q35
Are you facing some network controller problems in your Samsung Q35 notebook and want to fix them?
Network controller is a hardware device which allows computers to access the network. Through network controller you can connect various computer systems to each other either through cables or wirelessly. It consists of a ROM chip over which the MAC (Media Access Control) address is placed. Network controller needs the help of the driver for the proper functioning. The network controller has an electronic circuitry. A network controller can support a data transfer rate of 10,100 or 1000 Mbps. Samsung Q35 is an ultra mobile notebook with 1.9 kg weight and a long battery life. It uses an Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 1.83GHz speed. Samsung Q35 notebook has SATA hard drive of 100 GB and 1.25 GB of RAM. Samsung Q35 notebook comes preinstalled with Windows XP Professional operating system.
Following are the reasons for network controller problems in Samsung Q35 notebook:
- Improper Installation
- Missing driver
- Disabled connection
Improper installation is one of the reasons for network controller problems in Samsung Q35 notebook. If the network controller card in not installed properly in your notebook, then you may face problems while accessing the network. If you are using a damaged network controller, then also such problems can come up in your Samsung Q35 notebook.
Another reason for network controller problems in Samsung Q35 notebook is missing device driver. If the network controller in your Samsung Q35 notebook is not supported by proper and genuine device drivers, then some problems may come up while accessing the network. So, it is necessary that you install the network controller driver from the manufacturer’s website and also remember to update it regularly.
If the network connection is disabled, then network controller problems may come up in your Samsung Q35 notebook. If the connection is disabled, then it becomes impossible to access the network. So, to enable it go to the ‘Start’ menu, click on the ‘Control panel’ and then click on ‘Internet and Network Connections’. Then click on ‘Network connections’ and right click on the icon to enable it.