Networking Issues in your Sony® VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC Series System
Tips to resolve networking issues in Sony VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC
Sony VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC Series System comes with Windows Vista Home Premium edition of Operating System. You shall have a great entertainment with 20.1 inch LCD screen that comes with this XBRITE-ECO system. With 1680 x 1050 of screen resolution, you would be able to enjoy an image with HD quality. At times, you might face some issues regarding the Internet connectivity with your system. The device that is used for wireless connectivity is called Access Point. Wireless connectivity problems might be due to some features of access points or it might be due to the problems with your laptop settings. Else, such network issues might also be due to increased distance or use of incorrect of bad drivers for the network devices.
The following are some of the network issues you might face along with tips that help you to fix it in your Sony VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC Series System:
- TCP or IP installation issues
- Use of compatible hardware
- Issues with network adapter
- Disabled Wireless transmitter
TCP or IP installation issues
Check whether the Internet Protocol is properly installed in your Sony VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC Series System. When it is not installed, you could install it by going to the Network places. Select Wireless Connection Properties to install TCP or IP. Then, ensure whether you got a DNS Server address and IP address.
Use of compatible hardware
Certain access points come with lots of new features. Sometimes the hardware of your Sony VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC Series System might not be compatible with these new features. These issues could be solved by updating firmware. You could also disable new features when you find that the issues caused to one of those new features.
If the network adapter is not been detected by your Operating System, you might not get the Internet connection. In such cases, check whether the network card is installed properly. When the network card is not seen in the network adapters of Device Manager, check whether the driver for that adapter is installed. If it is not installed, then you need to download and install the driver to fix the issue.
If you are facing some difficulty in getting connected to Internet, check whether the wireless transmitter settings of your system are enabled. Even though the Device Manager is not showing any issue, the wireless transmitter of your Sony VAIO JS All-in-one desktop PC Series System might have been disabled. So, enable the radio transmitter by clicking the icon of wireless card seen at the bottom right corner of the screen to get back the connectivity.