Sony vaio wireless not working?


I bought a Sony Vaio laptop (VPCSA31FX) a few months back. It has been working great until recently.

Lately I can not seem to connect to any wireless connections. I cant even connect to my router at home even though my roommates are having no issues with their computers.

All drivers are up to date and restarting the router and computer seem to do nothing.

And the windows diagnostic says that a problem with wireless adapter or access point was detected.

Any suggestions?

Thank you!

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Tell more.

Is the date and time correct?
Is there any Norton, McAfee, Kapersky or any of those security suites that block the internet when the date/time is wrong or they have expired?

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Even a brand new piece ...

of electronics can have problems and die on you. If under warranty you might have Sony take a look at it to see if the wireless needs to be replaced.

Have you tried a wired ethernet connection to see if it works?

You might also consider taking a look at some of the USB WiFi connectors that are inexpensive and readily available. Here is a lengthy "shopping list" of such adapters:

This one is particularly nice if you move the laptop around a lot because it is so small:

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