SONY VAIO VPCEF47FX SMARTWI CONNECTION DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||14.4 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows XP (32/64-bit), Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
SONY VAIO VPCEF47FX SMARTWI CONNECTION DRIVER
You may not always want to be connected to the Internet, however, which is why your Sony Vaio laptop includes a physical switch for turning the wireless adapter on or off.
If you can't connect to a network, the resolution may be as effortless as flipping this switch. Physical Switch Activating the laptop's internal network adapter is as simple as pushing the wireless switch to the "on" position.
Depending on your specific Vaio model, the switch will be located in one of several locations: Once activated, the wireless light located either above or below the keyboard will Sony Vaio VPCEF47FX SmartWi Connection on. Vaio Smart Network Vaio laptops include extra software installed by Sony that also lets you turn on the wireless adapter without actually flipping over the physical switch.
Navigate to the program named "Vaio Smart Network" if it's already pinned to the Start page, otherwise search for "Vaio" using the Windows search box. Click the wireless LAN toggle switch so it changes from "Off" to "On" and the Vaio's wireless network light will then turn on, indicating the adapter is currently working. Enabling Network Adapter If your Vaio model doesn't have the Smart Network software or you removed it for some reason, the Sony Vaio VPCEF47FX SmartWi Connection adapter can instead be switched on directly through Windows.
To access this feature, bring up the Charms bar, select "Search" and type "Network Connections. Connecting Via Windows Even after the Vaio's wireless switch has been turned on, you still need to manually connect to a Sony Vaio VPCEF47FX SmartWi Connection network before accessing the Web or checking email messages. To find the list of nearby wireless networks, click the wireless network icon located in the notification area of your desktop. Click the name of the wireless network you want to access and select "Connect.
References 2 Microsoft Windows Support: Windows 8 Wired and Wireless Network Problems About the Author Ty Arthur has been writing technical and entertainment-related articles for a variety of online sources since His articles have appeared on Metalunderground. Arthur attended the Great Sony Vaio VPCEF47FX SmartWi Connection College of Technology and studied both computer science and creative writing.
This utility updates the SmartWi Connection Utility or VAIO Wireless Wizard software to resolve a security issue. Unless stated otherwise, the file listed below must be installed BEFORE the SmartWi™ Connection Utility (Windows 7 64bit) in order for it to work properly.