Wireless network problem in Samsung® X360
Learn how to resolve wireless network related problems in Samsung X360
The smart and light notebook system from Samsung, the Samsung X360 features a Core 2 CPU from Intel with Centrino technology. The Centrino technology incorporated in your Samsung X360 makes it more power efficient without affecting the system’s performance. The system features other high-end components like a DDR3 memory system, 120GB hard disk and integrated HD graphics for enhanced functionality. Latest connectivity options like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are also included in your Samsung X360 for added convenience and usability. The wireless network access facility called Wi-Fi incorporated in your Samsung X360 allows you to connect to other high speed computer networks like the Internet without using any wires. Although this facility is highly convenient, the users of Samsung X360 might come across some issues that will restrict the system from connecting to these networks. Limited connectivity errors, frequent automatic disconnection and unable to detect available networks are some issues that can happen with the wireless network in your Samsung X360. Taking adequate steps to find and resolve the causes under expert assistance will help the users to successfully re-establish wireless network connections using your system.
Discussed below are some points that will help the users of Samsung X360 to solve wireless issues in your system:
- Scan for threats/infected files
- Reinstall/fix adapter driver
- System firewall/adapter setting
Scan for threats/infected files
Infected files and active threats in your system can seriously damage the system files that are needed to establish successful connections with wireless networks. Scanning and removing the active threats in your Samsung X360 with the support of a powerful antimalware/virus program with extended detection rates and most recent definition files will help the users to solve related wireless issues in your Samsung X360.
Reinstall/fix adapter driver
Issues with the adapter driver files like corruption or modification will also restrict your Samsung X360 from connecting successfully to the available wireless networks. Checking for any issues in the adapter driver and fixing the issues by reinstalling it with the original driver will help the users to solve wireless network issues related with faulty adapter driver in your Samsung X360.
Improper settings in the system firewall and network adapter will also cause problems while your Samsung X360 is trying to connect with wireless networks. Allowing the required connections through the firewall and reverting the adapter configuration to its default settings will help the users of Samsung X360 to restore the working configuration needed for establishing proper connections with the wireless networks.