Networking Issues in Sony® VAIO RS Series
What are the different networking issues in Sony VAIO RS Series?
The Sony VAIO® RS Series is a 13.3” laptop and it has the Intel® Core 2 Duo 45nm processor. It has a GMA 4500MHD integrated graphics card. It offers 4 GB of DDR2 memory space with 320 GB hard drive. Its graphics functionality is done with the help of an ATI mobility Radeon HD 3470 card. The data transfer and communication between the systems is carried out through a network. Computers can send and receive data via a network. Many devices like the Network Interface Card, LAN card etc are used to connect network capable devices to the Internet. There are many chances of errors during the network access. By solving these problems you are able to access the Internet without any problem.
Some of the network issues that come with the Sony VAIO® RS Series desktop and the tips to resolve them are:
- Router connection problem
- Network adaptor driver problem
- Networking Protocol problem
Router connection problem
This problem is such that, you cannot connect to the Internet with a router. This is because of the overheating in the router. To resolve this problem you need to switch off your system and allow it to cool. The router gets overheated due to physical problems inside it. So the replacement of the router is the best solution for this problem.
Network adaptor problem
The network adaptor is used to access the Internet on your laptop. For its performance you need to install driver software. If you are installing incompatible driver software for the network adaptor you cannot access the Internet. So you need to download a compatible driver. Also, update the driver software for better performance from the network adaptor while connecting to the Internet.
Intercommunication of the client and server computers in the network is done with the help of many networking protocols like TCP/IP protocol. If there is any problem with these networking protocols, you cannot access the Internet. To resolve this problem you need to have an updated document for your topology or add a new host to your network without causing any issues. Also, you could use the other available protocols to perform the same task.