Resolve wireless problems in Sony® VAIO E Series
Need to resolve wireless problems in Sony® VAIO® E Series?
Sony VAIO E Series is designed to meet the everyday demands of customers across the world. It comes with a variety of features. Most of the customers are using wireless networks to build connections and to easily connect to the Internet by using wireless Internet services. The great thing about wireless networks is that they are not intrusive and they do not require much space to setup. A router can be setup on a main computer like the Sony VAIO E Series which is great for home use. Sometimes, wireless connections can have some major issues that need to be addressed for safe and secure networking as well as Internet connection.
Here are some of the wireless issues that might be experienced by a user:
- Security issues
- Virus and malware issues
- Connection problems
One of the biggest setbacks that you might experience while using a wireless connection on your Sony VAIO E Series is the security issue. This could be a leaking broadband connection, stolen bandwidth, or hacked network. With these wireless network issues, you need to improve the security by setting up a password for your network. You should also allow only access to those people whose MAC addresses are included on the list.
Virus and malware issues
Aside from local issues, you might face problems due to virus infection from the Internet. You could also see that a lot of adware and malware gets installed on the system on their own. In such case, you need to protect your wireless network and Sony VAIO E Series by implementing security programs such as firewall and antimalware programs. The wireless router usually has a physical firewall to protect the device against network viruses. Make sure to protect your computer from such things as they are much more prominent now on unsecured networks.
If you are having connection issues on your wireless network, change the channel of the wireless router since most of the time, in one location, there could be similar routers functioning and set on a preset channel< this could lead to a stolen bandwidth. Again, set a password and secure a new channel so that your bandwidth is dedicated only to your needs. If you are feeling that your connection has dropped and is consistently doing the same thing, ask your wireless network and Internet provider or have a computer expert to set the wireless network.