Sony VAIO PCG-Z1XSP wireless problem using BT HomeHub. Tags: Configuration Wireless Sony Vaio Wireless Networking Last response: January 8, 2007 6:10 PM in Wireless Networking Share valesaro January 8, 2007 5:52:55 PM Hi all... I have a Sony VAIO PCG-Z1XSP and it's wireless enabled. I connected up the BT HomeHub modem/router that I got from www.bt.com and it works with the ethernet cable when my laptop is in place on the docking station. When I take the laptop off the docking station so it is completely wireless, there is no internet connection and the 'Wireless' light disappears. I have checked Network Properties in Control Panel and the connection is there but I am unable to fix it. Can someone please tell me how I can make my Sony VAIO PCG-Z1XSP completely operational without having to use my docking station to surf the web?? Thanks. Rick. More about : sony vaio pcg z1xsp wireless problem homehub blue68f100 January 8, 2007 6:10:53 PM Check your energy managment properties, and port properties. Your nb may be powering down the wireless to save power. Is your dock connected by wired? if so does it support wireless? And dd you setup wireless. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumBT Home-Hub "click" sound then DC Forumbt homehub question ForumPowerline/ homehub problems ForumSony vaio vpceh35en wireless problem ForumUsing bthub as wireless router ForumSony VAIO K315Z 802.11g Wireless Problem Resolution ForumMsi netbook wireless problem ForumHelp!! sony vaio wireless network bridge enabled, how to get on nternet? ForumSony vaio laptop won't turn on but is receiving power ForumXP SP3 problems with wireless network detection. Please Help! ForumProblems connecting to printer ForumNew Sony VAIO Laptop, wireless will not connect! ForumNeed recommendation for Sony VAIO laptop wireless setup ForumIbm laptop not working wireless on bthomehub settings ForumSony vaio CR 24 WIreless Not Connecting ForumCan't access some devices ! ForumInternet Speed Sudden Drop in Performance ForumBest wireless network card for my router? More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !