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Topic # 4721 21-Aug-2005 08:21
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I've recently purchased an M200 Tablet and have experienced very slow internet over my wireless network. The solution, for those who may have a similar issue: the machine did not come with the latest wireless driver from Intel. As usual, before mucking around with registry etc., install the latest device driver. Result-magic it now performs as expected.

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Reply # 18796 21-Aug-2005 10:11
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Interesting... I have a M205, but have not experienced slow network access or Internet. Where did you get these drivers from? The Intel site or Toshiba?





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Reply # 18797 21-Aug-2005 10:19
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Ok, found in the US support site... A couple of updates, but only in the network area. Everything else seems to be ok.







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Reply # 18800 21-Aug-2005 11:33
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The problem was the Intel driver, I had 9.0.1..., recommended is 9.0.2....

I would have thought that firstly Toshiba, then the retailer would have uodated the drivers before selling to me a month ago - maybe the machine has been in the store for a while? Anyway, goes like a bought one now - hope this is helpful to other M200 buyers.

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