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Slow Wireless Connection - Intel Centrino Wireless n-1030

Q: Slow Wireless Connection - Intel Centrino Wireless n-1030

I saw some people having trouble with extremely slow wireless connections using an Intel Centrino Wireless n-1030 card. The original thread is closed, so the problem may already be solved, but if anyone is still experiencing this problem, here is what worked for me:

This NIC is a dual band card (802.11 + bluetooth), and with some routers having the bluetooth enabled really slowed down the 802.11n connection (it didn't seem to happen with my netgear router, but when I switched to linksys, WHAMMO!).

Anyway, when I disabled the Bluetooth adapter in Device Manager the problem was completely solved (uhhhh except I need to use a dongle to make my bluetooth mouse work now... small price to pay IMO)

Anyway, just thought I'd share my experience. Hope it can help someone.

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I'm trying to replace a faulty wireless card and I can't figure out for the life of me where to order a new one. 'HP Part Surfer' doesn't return anything. I'm also not entirely sure where the part number on the wireless card is, all I can really see that might be it is a 'PNOP' number.Thanks in advance!

A:Ordering a Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030

Dear Customer,  These are the Wireless cards supported by the unit. Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6230631956-001.Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000593530-001.Intel Centrino Wireless-N + WiMAX 6150633817-001.  Also please check the below link having the complete guide of your unit.http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c02842252  I  recommend you to Contact HP Support over the Phone for further assistance.  Hope this helps, for any further queries reply to the post and feel free to join us again  **Click the White Thumbs Up Button on the right to say Thanks**Make it easier for other people to find solutions by marking a Reply 'Accept as Solution' if it solves your problem. Thank You,GBL84I am not an HP Employee

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I have a relatively new (few months) laptop of my own running Win7 x64 with an "Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030" wireless network adapter. For some reason, I have serious problems connecting to most wireless networks. On my home network there are rarely problems, but when I attempt to any other network (college, or public hotspot, or neighbor's open wireless) there are often issues.

By "issues" I mean: when I first attempt to connect to the network in question, I'm usually able to connect to the first few sites I try to access, but usually after a second or a minute or a few minutes of normal connectivity, I'm suddenly unable to access anything. The browser's response is that DNS lookup has failed; when I record an IP address (via ping-command prompt) and type it in manually after this point, the browser's response is that "##.##..." is taking too long to respond, etc..." No other program is able to connect either. I have tried setting different DNS servers but it has had no visible effect. At this point, the only thing I can do to reconnect is to either wait a long time for the connection to reestablish itself (which can take an hour or more and isn't guaranteed) or to go to Device Manager and disable and reenable the wireless adapter, which then *sometimes* allows me to reconnect for a few seconds or a minute or an hour before connectivity breaks again. When the connection fails, Windows displays the computer ... Read more

A:Unreliable connectivity - Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030

I had the same issue too. My GF's laptop has a 1030 wireless NIC and it had all sorts of issues connecting to the APs in my house. It would work fine with her Linksys wireless router and my Sprint MiFi. But had connectivity/performance problems when connecting to either of my Netgear APs (WG102 and WNDAP350) along with my PC W 620 wireless controller with AP 105 and AP 125 access points. Updating the drivers helped the problem somewhat, but we were still experiencing dropped packets or extremely high latency when connected. Upon a suggestion from one of my coworkers, I tried adjusting the performance/power settings in Windows and that seemed to have fixed the problem. The laptop has been running fine ever since.
 

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Hello,

I sent my computer in for repairs a while back and now the wireless card won't work. It can't find any signals unless I plug in the one from my desktop. I went to computer/properties/device manager and saw that the wireless card (Intel (R) Centrino (R) Wireless-N 1030) has a yellow "!" next to it. The properties tab says, "Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52)".

I have tried searching for new drivers automatically but it says they are up to date. I downloaded the latest drivers directly from Intel and tried to manually update them but it said that the drivers are up to date again. This problem occurs whenever I update my computer. I did a system restore and it worked fine for about a month, but once it updated it did the same thing again. There is no restore point to go to this time, so I'm stuck.

Anyone know what I should do?

Thanks

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This card supports 802.11n. Obviously... it's right in the name, plus device manager>network adapters>Intel Centrino>Advanced tab clearly shows n enabled.

But can anyone take a second to tell me, if you know, why when I run the command netsh wlan show drivers, "radio types supported" shows only b and g, and NOT 802.11n ??? Confusing to me.

A:Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030, CMD prompt question

that is odd but if your connected using N and your drivers are up to date i wouldn't worry about it.

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I need to upgrade my wifi card from the intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030.  I checked the manual and it says a cards i can use, but then i see that card won't work on hp.  Can someone please tell me the exact card I can use that is an upgrade from the 1030 as all that wifi card has done is give me issues.  My laptop is a hp pavilion dv7-6c60us.  The OS is windows 7 64bit.  This whitelist crap makes everything a pain in the butt!!! 

A:I need to replace my intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030 wifi car...

Hi, Your machine was built before second half of 2014 therefore the chance to upgrade wireless card is very slim to none. There is a list on pp 6 and 7 of the following manual:           http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03099448.pdf You can use USB wireless adapter, this will cost you one USB port       http://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/c/technology/networking/wireless-usb-adapters     (Note: much cheaper from other countries). Regards.

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Hello,

I'm having a strange problem. Intel released new drivers to update from version 15.11 to 16.11. I downloaded them from Intel website, ran install, success. When I go into Device Manager to check on the driver version, I see it is still 15.11. I have tried a number of things, including deleting the drivers from the Device Manager and running the install again. However, in this case Windows 8 automatically installs even older drivers, version 14, dated 2011. I'd like to try the new drivers because it takes very long for the net to comeback after I wake up my laptop. Version 15.11 was installed by Windows Update, those drivers are dated January 2014.

A:Drivers update for Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1030

Just disable allowing Windows to automatically install drivers.

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Speedtest.net download speed is 3 mbps. The issue is not with the internet as it has been compared to other computers in the house. Fresh install using supplied drivers. Connected using WIFI. Not too far away from internet as my 4 year old laptop gets 3 times faster connection in my room.

Please help - at my wit's end. Custom built a gaming pc and now I can't do anything.

CPU: i5 3470
Mobo: GA Z77n WIFI

A:Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 very slow connection speed

  
Quote: Originally Posted by ageo7836


Speedtest.net download speed is 3 mbps. The issue is not with the internet as it has been compared to other computers in the house. Fresh install using supplied drivers. Connected using WIFI. Not too far away from internet as my 4 year old laptop gets 3 times faster connection in my room.

Please help - at my wit's end. Custom built a gaming pc and now I can't do anything.

CPU: i5 3470
Mobo: GA Z77n WIFI


What usually works is to connect using a wired connection then go to the Windows Update Center and install all the recent drivers for your new system, this should install the latest driver for the Intel NIC.

If you want the full 300Mbps this NIC is capable of then you will need to use the 802.11N Only setting in your routers set up page, using the mixed modes will slow your connection speed way down to wireless G speeds of 54Mpbs.

Or you could try using the drivers in the link below.
Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 Mini-PCIe Card Win7, Win8 Driver, Utility | Wireless Driver & Software

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i have an HP pavilion m6-1045dx laptop with the specs:
intel i5-3210M processor
8gb ram
windows 7 64bit OS

obviously, i have an intel centrino wirless N-2230 as the wireless NIC. a few days ago my hard drive failed and needed repair, i managed to replace the hard drive but came a long this problem. whenever i would play my PC game (league of legends), my ping would register at 800-2200 pms i need help.

note: the wirless NIC worked perfectly fine with prior to the hard drive crash other than dropping the network when there's too much users on the router.

A:Intel centrino wireless N-2230 having slow connection speeds

If your router is dropping network when there's too much users, it might be overheating or overloaded and that your Wireless NIC might not be the problem at all. Playing 3D games that require online multiplayer is very demanding for a router that is not "high performance" capable. It might be the case where the router is overloaded when someone is playing an online multiplayer 3D game while others are streaming HD or using a Skype call VOIP all at the same time. You can try unplugging your router for 30 seconds and plugging it back in and see if ping spikes are gone.

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The wireless connection intermittently disconnects when using Microsoft Windows 10 I can't find any new driver for Windows 10 - 64bit.  Please can you help?

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I have a dell insprion 17r n7110. I just put a new system on the LT and win 7 untima x64. In my device manager it says I have an intel centrino wireless- n wi max 6150, but it does not have a driver for it. I really do not know what it is...I think it is my wireless card. Any how I went to dell to find the driver for it and I cannot find a driver for those numbers/model. If it is a wireless card what should it be for my model and which driver do I need to make what ever I have in there work. Slowly I am putting all the drivers in place. Is there a program that will tell me what devices are installed or better yet I tried to get the data from dell and it is very elusive.
Can some kind soul point me in the right direction
Kas( my imitation of Miley Cyrus)

A:What do I have...a wireless device??? intel centrino wireless - n

Its a kind of wireless network thing. Sometimes its a little troublesome to install also, so persevere. If I'm not mistaken its a intel "in-house" wifi. Don't think I've ever had use of or for it myself. (But I do keep its driver(s) updated ) You can find it here :https://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx

or here : https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sea...&FamilyId=1783

Here's what intel says about it : http://www.intel.com/support/wireles.../CS-028904.htm

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I noticed my wireless 1030 is acting strange after getting BSOD(not the cause of Wireless but it was solved)and now I'm experiencing some problems, here are the issue. I'm worried if it is the NIC card

1.like it takes a while to connect to a certain webpage then whenI looked up on Event viewer it stated in the lines of Google too long to respond DNS

2. sometimes the wireless would switch off by itself and when I try to reconnect to my home router it says "Cannot find my router* yet I can see it shows my wireless router is available then when I look up event viewer it states " NETBIOS over TCPIP has entered Stop state".

I would have to click on

*Troubleshoot Problems which then would let me reconnect back in the router*

3. I have been getting this new event viewer error 5060:
The description for Event ID 5060 from source NETwNs64 cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.
If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event.
The following information was included with the event:
\Device\NDMP32
Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1030
I can see my network information by typing ipconfig/all BUT recently I performed a Intel? PROSet/Wireless Software Manual Diagnostics Tool and it failed on "Radio ON test" yet my wifi switch was ON. I... Read more

A:I'm having wireless Issues with the Intel 1030,Turning off by itself

It almost sounds like a nic driver issue. Have you updated it recently? Try to update, or roll-back if update did not work.
Replacing your nic should not be to hard depending on your device. Usually the nic is the easiest of the add-on boards to get to. But, I really don't think it's the nic. Were you changing, installing, updating anything with your hardware, operating system when this happened? If driver update/rollback doesn't work, try a system restore if feasible.

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Hello all,

My friend is having trouble with her laptop. Specs:

Lenovo Laptop
Windows 7 Home Premium x64
8.0 GB RAM
500 GB HDD
Intel Centrino Wireless N 1000

She has been having issues for the last few days where her computer will lose internet connection. Her other devices such as her iPhone still work properly on the WiFi. Only the laptop is affected. She says it seems to happen after a half hour so of usage. She has to restart to get it to work again.

I used TeamViewer to remote into her computer and looked at it. It didnt look like anything was out of the ordanary. I ran virus and malware scans, ran sfc /scannow to make sure it wasnt Windows corruption. All of those came back fine. I try to update the driver, but the driver installer will show a screen for about 5 seconds, disappear never to be seen again. Which kinda leads into the next problem.

There are certain files and applications that will not execute on her laptop. They will show the error:

<file path> is not a valid Win32 application.

It seems to be random. I can download one file and it will say that, but the next one will be fine. It doesnt seem to have any rhyme or reason to it. Because of this I cant get the drivers to update, so it seems that I will have to fix that issue before anything else.

Any ideas on this one?

A:Intel Centrino Wireless N 1000 Issues

The problem might be with the laptop, but the solution might be with the WAP - Wireless Access Point (router?).

You might check to see what channel the WAP is using and if it can be set to use one protocol (as opposed to b/g/n).

See the bottom of this post...
Basic Requirements Before Posting your Networking Thread
...for info on the Xirrus app.

Once the connectivity issue is resolved, we can look into the file execution (corruption?) issue.

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hi everyone, i am having problems connecting to the foxtel hub media wireless connection on all of my laptops, i am able to see and connect to the foxtel hub which is a 2.4ghz ssid but not the 5ghz connection,all  my ipads and phones connect to the 5ghz wave length. I have read some forums here and i can see that bi have the correct network driver to be able to see the 5ghz wave length, please help.

A:my intel(R) centrino(R) wireless-N2230 with protocol 802.11n...

Hi: The Intel 2230 wireless card is a single band (2.4 GHz only) card. Specs below...see the info next to Bands http://ark.intel.com/products/66889/Intel-Centrino-Wireless-N-2230-Single-Band More product info on that card... http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/product-briefs/centrino-wireless-n-2230-...

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I can't enable my laptop wifi on

I am getting this error "The Intel(R) Centrino (R) Wireless-N1030 is experiencing driver- or hardware- related problem"

though I have installed the drivers too, but again I am getting this error
any idea

thank

A:The Intel(R) Centrino (R) Wireless-N1030 is experiencing

Hi Can you please Post your System Specs ...The Link below will help you achieve this ...
System Info - See Your System Specs

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Just updated to Windows 10 from Windows 7, everything ok except Wireless. I searched everywhere, but nothing, anyone can help me please?
 
 
Mod's Edit: System model added to front of Subject line to improve visibility / clarity.










Solved!
Go to Solution.

A:V570 - Intel(R) Centrino(R​) Wireless-N + WiMAX 61...

hi Hermes101,
 
Welcome to the Forums.
 
You didn't mention the model of your lenovo PC but if you look into the Device Manager > Network Adapters, does it show the Intel Wireless 6150 adapter or do you see both the wireless and WiMax driver in the Other Devices entry?
 
 - Sample image
 
If the WI-Fi adapter is not present in the Device Manager, can you try to install this driver (this is for Win8.1 but it should work on Win10).
 
Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software for Windows 8.1
Version: 16.11.0
Size: 90.83 MB
 
 
 
Let me know how it goes.
 
Regards

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I have been having issues with my wireless adapter (Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N6150). it has been a few weeks that this problem has been occurring. The adapter will all of a sudden disappear. Initially I would just scan for hardware changes in my device manager and that would do the trick but now it does not. So there are days I start my computer and the wireless adapter is no where to be found. Troubleshooting does not solve the problem. Also I browsed through the internet and i saw that people who were having this issue they would disable there 802.11n Mode that helped for a few days but it has started to fail again. Now for the past 2 weeks also I have had three crashes, sometimes by restarting the computer the wireless adapter would appear again and so on three separate occasions I tried restarting the computer but it failed to shutdown and I got the Blue screen of death. (it said driver power state failure)

Does anyone have any information as to what I can do to fix this problem. Can anyone please explain what is wrong with my laptop? PLease any help is appreciated.

A:Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N6150 failure! PLease HELP!

The program rundll32.exe version 6.1.7600.16385 stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Action Center control panel.
Process ID: 1ae8
Start Time: 01cf35b80539394a
Termination Time: 0
Application Path: C:\Windows\System32\rundll32.exe
Report Id: 92cc7ea3-a1ab-11e3-a21e-5404a633b6b9

this is the event log I got from the error log after the latest BSOD. I dont know if it is related to the adapter problem but like i said, i tried to restart computer after the wireless adapter had been lost and then the computer did not shutdown.

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Looking for UPGRADE SUGGESTIONS for the wireness adapter in the HP Envy dv7 Notebook PC.  The current adapter is Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230. We now have a 5 GHz router but this wifi adapter is only compatible with the 2.4 GHz frequency.  Suggestions for WIFI ADAPTER REPLACEMENT that will work either with only the 5GHz frequency or with both (2.4 and 5GHz)?  

A:intel centrino wireless-N 2230 adapter upgrade

@SimFun01? To better help you we would need the exact model number or product number of your laptop/desktop??? http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00033108 REO

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Hi All, My Network cards work in low mode, It works but Lenovo Solution Center signals a local connection trouble, the Wifi connection is very often interruped, my network hard drive can't be recognize properly. Protocols are missing in the card "network management parameters cf capture..? So I tryed to resinstall drivers, update them with intel drivers utlity , try to repair winsock,  TCPIP, rebuild by the DSIM.exe procedure..(failed at 20 %)I'm lost !Why can't a Lenovo T430 U update with Windows 10 64 bits work with the intel card ? Thus, there is no lenovo recommanded drivers for windows 10 !Thank you for your ideas and help suggestionsRegardsPhilippe, Paris, France

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Hello all, I am having issue enabling the 802.11n settings for my WiFi card that is supposed to have N grade (300 Mbps) capabilities. The card standards are 802.11b/g/n. According to Intel's white sheet for the Intel? Centrino? Wireless-N 1000, it should be able to utilize the N grade WiFi speed capabilities. However, I'm not seeing the setting available in the Advanced settings of the driver. The attached screenshot shows that there are only b & g settings available. This is most inconvenient because my internet speed was just upgraded to 105 Mbps & I'd like to at least enjoy a little. I'm not getting anything above 50 Mbps. Is anyone else having this issue?

A:Where Are The N WiFi Settings For Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1000?

It's the same for ALL Intel WiFi products. Wireless Mode for Intel is basically using ABG, BG, AG, A, G, and B modes only. (see screenshot)



For Centrino series, there's a menu called "802.11n mode" and from there you can use it to enable or disable WiFi N

For 7260 series, it is called "HT mode" and if you disable that, the NIC will refuse to connect to N network and will operate on G or A.

FYI, there's a difference between what Windows say on the connection rate and the actual rate. The actual rate depends on RF environment, walls between the computer, antenna gain, and power management. The best actual speed you can get is around 40 - 50 % of the speed reported by Windows.

Getting an actual speed of 50 Mbps means that you're already connected to WiFi N. I might guess that the connection rate reported by Windows is probably 144 Mbps. 50 Mbps is close to the maximum actual throughput of 70 - 75 Mbps. You can change the settings on your router to "force" 40 MHz channel width on the 2.4 GHz band and then set the "802.11 Channel width for 2.4 GHz to" "Auto" to allow the adapter to use 40 MHz channel width.

If successful, this should give you 300 Mbps reported connection rate and around 130 - 180 Mbps of actual speed. Therefore, your 100+ Mbps internet speed should be covered provided that your environment has little to none RF interference and the laptop is within line of sight of the router.

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Hello there everyone,I am experiencing a strange problem with my y510p. I can properly connect to the internet via wifi, I have sorted out a few config problems which prevented me from connecting, but recently I am getting worried by the network card's behavior. I have recently upgraded to Windows 8.1 (I don't think that's the cause of my issue, but just in case). I noticed that my throughput was, according to Intel's PROSet Wireless WiFi Connection Utility, of about 130 mbps on wireless-n, at about 1 meter away (seriously) from the modem, which is clearly able to do high-speed 802.11n, because the model is kind of new. This modem came from the ISP with two different SSID-s active, and it's able to do 4, so I thought that I could merge the two active networks (set the same SSID and settings on both). Then I set 3 SSID-s active (all identical), then 4, then just 1, and I kept testing this way to see if I could get 270mbps. Not a chance, it stayed at 130. Eventually I found the solution. The system upgrade had set the network adapter settings back to 20mhz only, so I set it back to auto and I started to get 270mbps (intermittent speed) again. But... that didn't sort everything out. I was running an Ookla Speed Test and getting normal speeds when I noticed a slight clicking noise coming from the laptop. And it was absolutely NOT the hard disk. I could hear the hard disk making its usual sounds, and the other noise came from another side of the computer. The noise stopped wh... Read more

A:WiFi problem y510p (Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230...

hi M B.,
 
Welcome to the Forums.
 
That's indeed odd if the clicking noise is comming from the wireless card. One thing that you can try is to re-seat the wireless antenna cables (see page 42 of the hardware maintenance manual).
 
As for the hard drive, to ensure that it's not the one that's making the clicking noise, try to disable the wireless connection run a diagnostic on the drive (i.e. via HD Tune) or put a load on it (i.e. via CrystalDiskmark) and observe.
 
 
Regards

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I just recently did a Windows update and somehow it destroyed my wifi connectivity. I have tried to do system restores back a few days prior to the update to NO avail. I have removed and re-installed or attempted to install the hardware and the software several times. I have downloaded Intel Driver Update Utility to help me install the drivers for the network adapter to no avail. I am not sure what happened but I definitely don't know how to correct this problem.

I have tried so many steps I can't even remember half of them. Most of the times that Intel has done a download, it comes back as Failed and then when I reboot laptop it says installation incomplete (or something like that).

Thanks for your assistance in advance.

A:intel centrino wireless-n 1000 (Unable to connect) NO wifi

Hi ... Welcome to Seven Forums ... Does the Wireless Card show in the Device Manager with an exclamation mark beside it ? ...
What is the exact Model Number of your Laptop ? ...
Have you tried the Driver from the Manufacturers Website ? ...

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I currently own a HP dv6t-6b00, Product Number QJ920AV#ABA Laptop with Bios F.1b 10/23/2012 and theINTEL Core I7-2820QM. My WiFi adapter is an Intel Centrino Wireless-N + WiMAX 6150. The computer came configured with Windows 7 Pro. A few weeks ago, I got the free Windows 10 Pro upgrade, and now I can not connect to any wireless networks.I tried to update the drivers of my Wimax 6150 but I received a message saying that Windows 10 does not support any drivers for that adapter. I contacted both HP Support and Windows support unsuccessfully.Is there any Wireless network adapter (White listed or not) that I can use in my dv6 with Windows 10? Or,Are there any drivers that are supported by Windows 10 that will work with my current wireless adapter?Thanks in advance to anyone that can help!! 

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Hi, i have upgraded my laptop to windows 10 recently. after upgradation, my intel wireless centrino n2230 card has started connectivity problems. it turns off and donot detects any wifi network where as network is available and can be detected by other devices. i disable and re-enable network device in device manager then it starts working. this connectivity issues happen oftenly. i have upgraded driver through widows 10 as well but issue is not fixed. i have googled this problem and seen that no one has found a permanent and reasonable solution to it so i have decided to replace this wireless adapter with some one that has compatibility with my notebook and operating system as well. please suggest me few device models (both single and dual band) that as compatible with my book and windows 10. since i want to upgrade the card so i would prefer some device with dual band and 2 stream. Thanks..may

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My laptop came pre installed with windows 8 , needless to say I stuck with it for 7 months then decided to go back to windows 7.

I cleared the HD and installed windows 7 today, however I cant get my network adapter to work so no internet.

I have tried downloading the correct drivers but its not working. When I go to device manager I can see the list of devices not working with yellow exclamation mark

Ethernet Controller
Network Controller
PCI simple Communications Controller
SM bus Controller

When I open the network controller up it has Manufacturer Unknown.

The drivers for this device are not installed (code 28)

My laptop is a Lenovo z580 Model: 2151

I appreciate any help that can get me out of this mess.

A:Win7 not working with a Intel Centrino® Wireless-N 2200 (code

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Hi there. I'm having an issue with this wireless card on my laptop. I want to add that my expertise level in computers is not high, but I am a little knowledgeable. I would estimate my skill being about a 4 or 5 on a 1-10 scale, but can follow directions well. I also don't often know the tech lingo unless I've read about it online. I will include some of the laptop information below.

To put it simply, I replaced my wireless card in my laptop and I got the Intel 6200 to work, but whenever I restart my computer, or disable and enable the wireless card, it stops working. In order to get it to work again, I go to "device manager", right click, and uninstall it. Then I "Scan for hardware changes" and it works again. Each time I want to use it after my computer is turned off, I have to go through this process, and add my wireless passwords again. Obviously this is a hassle I would prefer not to go through. I'm about to send the card back thinking that it has some problem.

Asus N53SM-ES72
Windows 7 Professional
- 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7-2670QM processor
Previous wireless card: Atheros Model AR58195 (worked fine, I just wanted a better one)

As the Atheros card worked, I don't think this has anything to do with my wireless router, but it is a TP-LINK TL-WDR3600.

Anyway, I appreciate any possible help I can get to prevent my wireless card from stopping upon computer restart! If no one has any ideas, I will just send it back as defective.

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My function key for wireless won't work FN + F2 (antenna) Won't activate my wifi.
In 'Change my PC Settings' The WiFi option is just grey and unable to be changed.
All my other function keys will work except for the wifi one :/ Is there any other sort of way I could enable wifi?

Also cabled connections work.

A:Wifi will not work (Medion Erazer x6815) Intel Centrino wireless 1030N

Try updating your wireless driver, check to make sure your WiFi is enabled as well:

To do that, go to: Network and Sharing Center.
Then, click on: Change Adapter Settings.
Check if your WiFi is enabled, if not: Right click on your WiFi and click on Enable.

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I bought a toshiba satellite m45-s2692 on April 2, 2006.
It has an intel pro wireless 2200bg adapter - driver v 9.0.1.9
I have it connected a netgear wgr614v5 router.
it has a problem maintaining a constant speed. I watched the network monitor on the notebook and it always shows a "connection excellent" however, the speed is not constant - it will vary from 1mbsp to 54 mbsp - but seldom does it maintain the 54 mbsp.

on 4/20/2006, I sent the machine to toshiba - they replaced the network adapter - or so they said, and wiped the hard drive and reinstalled the original software.
I rec'd the machine back and find that the problem has not changed - it still will not maintain a steady speed so viewing files on other pcs on the lan takes forever and page loads on the net can also occupy too much time.

I have an older toshiba satellite with a netgear wireless wg511t adapter.
I have watched the monitor on that one and it will show connection excellent and maintains a steady speed of 54 mbsp. these two machines can be sitting side by side or in separate rooms and still the old one will maintain it's connection and speed but the new will not maintain the speed.

I called toshiba up again, and they want to say it's my router. I explained to them that another toshiba on the same network does not faulter -- so how can it be the router?
they didn't want to, but they are "granting" me service to send the machine back to them again. I haven't... Read more

A:wireless connection speed issue - intel pro wireless 2200bg

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(Sorry, I just edited this because I realized the title said Wireless Router, it's actually a gateway. Can't fix it.)

I have a Netgear CGD24G Wireless Gateway and a Gateway MA8 laptop with after-market Windows 7 (Vista got a virus, went ahead and upgraded.)

Now, when I download 100 MB files on my Xbox 360 (Which is wired to the modem) it will be downloaded in a couple minutes, or less. The other computers in my house (There are plenty, and even more that come and go.) get a blazing internet connection, and most of them are wireless. Now this computer, which had an extremely quick connection as well all of a sudden dropped off, while the rest of the computers remain fast.

I've gone to Speedtest.net before and after this occurred and my speed before was around 12 mb/s, and one time around 4 AM was even upward of 25 mb/s, all of these tests were performed multiple times on different server locations.

I JUST did the speedtest, and it came back with .4 mb/s, and the UL speed was 2.0. I honestly can't remember what I averaged with it prior to the problem, but it was definitely higher as well.

This started happening a little less than a week ago, and I've downloaded/changed nothing major with the computer, and have mainly used it for light browsing, and an occasional download.

Also, this is mainly just a hobby fix. I have a long enough cable to wire the computer straight to the gateway, so I really don't want to buy new hardware or anything of t... Read more

A:Only one computer with slow wireless connection, Netgear CGD24G Wireless Router

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Hello everyone, I have been trying to get my wireless working on my Dell Inspiron n5110 on Windows 7 64 bit to no avail. In device manager I have the error "code 10 this device cannot start" I have tried almost everything so far. Reinstalled drivers multiple times, with multiple versions. I have replaced the adapter even though I knew it was a software problem because the wireless works on a live boot Ubuntu and as a last resort I have reinstalled Windows and installed all the proper drivers but still nothing. Any thoughts on what I could be missing or some suggestions?

A:Centrino-n 1030 driver issues

Please download MiniToolBox  , save it to your desktop and run it.
 Checkmark the following checkboxes:  List last 10 Event Viewer log  List Installed Programs  List Users, Partitions and Memory size.
 Click Go and paste the content into your next post.
 Also...please Publish a Snapshot using Speccy - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic323892.html/page__p__1797792#entry1797792 , taking care to post the link of the snapshot in your next post. 
Louis

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I am stumped with regards on how to fix this one.

I am running a custom built Sager NP-5135, Windows 7 64bit system.

I am actually multi booting this system (Running Linux on one partition, and Windows 7 on 2 other partitions).

The Windows 7 partitions are, for all intensive purposes, the same (configuration wise).

Here is the strange part, the wireless connection on one of the windows installations (Call it Win7_OS_#2) is perfect - great connection speed, range is great, etc, etc (So the 6300 hardware is NOT faulty).

The other Windows 7 partition (Call it Win7_OS_#1) has a terrible time connecting -- the speed is slow (read it as "unusable"). It wasn't always like this, and I don't recall when it became this way as I normally connect using a wired connection.

On Win7_OS_#1 I have uninstalled the driver, reinstalled the latest driver, scanned for virus', trogans, malware, found nothing, and I still can not get it to work properly.

I have checked all the property and advanced settings for the Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 card -- they are set exactly the same as on the Windows 7 installation that is working perfectly.

Does anyone have an idea as to what else I could check to try and resolve the issue (without having to reinstall windows 7 again)?

Thanks for your assistance.

A:Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 - very poor connection speed

Sorry to have to bump this thread, but does anyone have any ideas regarding this issue?

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hello I hope some one can help. I recently installed the latest version of network magic pro on my laptop and everything was workiing. today I tried to connect to internet and it tells me that there is another softwear running on my computer. the message tells me to disable it if I want to use network magic. any one no how to fix the problem? I not very good with computers so please bare with me.

A:disableing intel wireless connection manager

If you have Intel(R) PROSet/Wireless try right clicking the Icon and select Use Windows to Manage Wi-Fi and see if that works

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Hi,

I've researched the forum a little bit already about this issue, but haven't found a real solution yet. I have a brand new Lenovo X200 w/ an Intel 5300 AGN wireless card, and my connection drops and immediately reconnects very often. As I'm typing this, it has happened several times.

On recommendations from various forum posts, I have:
1) Installed the latest Intel driver (13.0.0.107) - supplied by Lenovo on recommendation from Intel's site.
2) Disabled IP6 in my wireless adapter
3) Played around with various power settings
4) Played around with various device driver advanced settings.

Nothing seems to make a difference. If anyone knows how to alleviate this issue, please let me know.

Thanks.

A:Wireless Connection Drops often with Intel 5300 AGN

See if this post shows you how to fix it. There seems to be some drivers you may need and also changing to the 5.0Ghz band can help.

Re: ThinkPad Intel WiFi 5300 Wireless Connection D... - lenovo community

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I am trying to connect to a d link 2680 using intel proset wireless but when i try to input the password it will only accept numbers not letters, any advice would be appreciated
 

A:Solved: intel proset wireless connection

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I am have trouble with me Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG connection... It used to work fine until I formatted my laptop, then recovered it.. All drivers are installed.. or atleast they should be... And I am usuing version 12.2.0.11

I am trying connecting to a Linksys Wireless-G Broadband router, for some reason the wireless thing is recognised and can be access from my toolbar.. But when I click to view available wireless networks it can never find any....

I have tired using a USB Wifi thing which worked fine with my router and also my ipod touch connects fine with the router, however my laptops built in wireless will not work).

Also I am using Windos XP Proffesional on a Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro V3505

Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
 

A:Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

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I can't figure out how to get my wireless card in my laptop going. Can't find any drivers or a solution to get it back up again. This problem started right after i installed windows 7 professional 64 bit. Anyone got a solution?

A:Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection

Please fill in your system specs. Thanks

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I am have trouble with me Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG connection... ieless adopter does not find any wireless connection, however they are present(i checked it from my second laptop). the router is fine.

Also I am using Windos vista Home Premium 32 bit at Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pi 2515.
I have tried to update drivers for (Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection ) but still the problem exist.

Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks


 

A:Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection

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I have searched everywhere. I tried a few things said in this forum and others but I am a newbie novice. I got my girlfriend's laptop connected to my wireless router with no problem. But no matter what I do her laptop will not connect to the LAN line. It just says "acquiring network address" over and over. I would tell you what I have tried already but I fear I would say it wrong. So if anyone can help, please! She is giving me another day to figure this out. The LAN was working last week before i fixed the wireless connection.

How can I get her LAN connected? What info do I need to provide?
 

A:LAN not working but Wireless is!! Intel(R) PRO/100 VE Network Connection

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 Hello, Wireless functionality was lost on my HP Pavillion dv7t-6c00 laptop when I upgraded to Windows 10. Here's what I have in my laptop now: Manufacturer: Intel CorporationDescription: Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1030Driver version: 15.11.0.8 I've read some support threads on this topic and it seems that this wireless card is not supported by Intel in Windows 10. I've also read that one suggestion is to replace the wireless card with an Intel Advanced-N 6230 wireless card. I tried to replace the wireless card prior to upgrading to Windows 10 with an Intel Advanced-N 6230 wireless card but the wireless card I purchased seemed incompatible with the laptop, as it gave me a Halted screen when I started up the laptop.  So my frustration is I would gladly and easily replace the wireless card but I can't keep purchasing cards that are incompatible with the laptop. What are my options?  Is there a specific/guarenteed HP Laptop compatible part number that I can purchase?   Even better, is there a link to where I can purchase a card that will definitely work? Thank you ver much,Chris  

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Intel? PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection NOT WOrking!!
Keeps showing exclamation mark!!! Pls help me

My os is windows vista home premium 32bit
LAptop is IBM thinkpad X30

A:Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection NOT Working

Hi,

Press the Windows key and R to open the Run dialogue.Type "devmgmt.msc" and press enter. Go past the UAC prompt if necessary.Make sure there are no errors showing, particularly in the networking section. Errors will be obvious, there is no need to hunt for them. Check Other Devices if this catagory exists.Under the Network Adaptors catagory, find the Wireless card and right click on it.Click on Properties.See if any errors are showing here and note down the error code and post here.Under the Driver Tab, click on Update Driver.Click on Search Online and let it finish. Install driver when asked.Note down and post here the model of you wireless network card and your full computer make and model.
If this does not fix the problem, download the drivers from here: Lenovo Support & downloads - Drivers and software - ThinkPad X30, X31, X32

Here is the direct link to the correct drivers for your card and OS. Restart your system after install and see if the problem is fixed: http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub...s/7kwv50ww.zip

Richard

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I have the same problem. I have an HP Pavilion 17Z-g000 CTO Touch running Windows 10 Pro with Intel dual-band wireless AC 3165.  The wireless connection continues to randomly drop internet connection.
When I first bought the computer it would crash Win 10 with a blue screen.  After several driver updates, it now just loses connection to the internet.  Clicking on the wireless icon, the network shows it as connected to my wireless router, but with no internet access.  After a while, wi-fi shows as being off, and can't be turned back on, and finally, wi-fi shows as disconnected with no available connections.  If I try to reboot, or shut down, the computer will hang indefinitely until I manually shut down by holding in the power key.
When I turn the computer back on, the wi-fi will show as not connected and will not show any available networks.  To restore the network connection, I have to diable the network controller in device manager, restart the computer, and re-enable the network controller.  This problem occurs both after waking from sleep and after a powerup.  The time it takes for the problem to arise can vary from a  few minutes, to a few hours after logging in.
I have tried the latest drvier from HP, 18.30.0.9, and also the latest from Intel 18.40.0.9, but the problem still persists.  HP support says this is a software problem, and since my computer is more than 90 days old, I will have to pay for support.  I told ... Read more

A:Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 intermittent Connection

Hey @Bleutoo, I have brought your issue to the attention of an appropriate team within HP. They will likely request information from you in order to look up your case details or product serial number. Please look for a private message from an identified HP contact. Additionally, keep in mind not to publicly post serial numbers and case details. If you are unfamiliar with how the Forum's private message capability works, this post has instructions. Please take a moment to read HP's Privacy Policy at http//www8.hp.com/us/en/privacy/ww-privacy.html . Cheers,TechSurge.

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I'm having the same problem, really want to find a solution.

A:Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 intermittent Connection

@Nathan166? What is the exact model or product number of your laptop??? What OS are you running??? If W10 did you upgrade to W10??? REO

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Hello guys,

I'm from Germany and I have a problem with my Lenovo y560. One of the members here had the same prob. but his thread is closed, so i can't write him anymore. PM also doesn't work.

thread: http://forums.techguy.org/networking/1038144-wireless-connection-drops-lenovo-intel.html

Once again the problem (same as in his thread):

"...I have a Lenovo Y560 that worked fine up excepting a keyboard issue that I fixed based on a youtube posting. The fix was to tape a small piece of antistatic tape under the keyboard over a screwlike piece of metal. Apparently that metal was causing static by rubbing against the keyboard data cable. It fixed the problem. Previous to the fix, various keyboard keys prompted shortcut keys (maddening and couldn't type).

After assembling the keyboard and the top of the keyboard pad (was very careful to not bring static and assemble properly), the wireless connection began to drop. I have another laptop (Asus) with a similar set-up but a Centrino wifi card (vs. Intel 1000 bgn for the Lenovo) and it was connecting to the wifi no problem. Often, I'll see a yellow sun symbol over the wifi bars or a blue animated circle or a red x. Changing the standard settings does not help. Attaching an ethernet cable brings up a perfect connection. Help! Some things I've thought could be the problem:

1) I've covered an antenna of some sort with the anti-static plastic (pea-sized piece).
2) My wifi card is bad and coincid... Read more

A:wireless connection drops (Lenovo/Intel)--other laptop works

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Have follwed all of the suggestions from HP and no matter what still have int issues, all my other devices work perfrctly well, tried with another router but still the same. Bought this as an update but wich I hadnt bothered nothing but issues. 

A:Intel(R) Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 intermittent Connection

Hi: The only suggestion I can offer, would be to try the latest wireless card driver directly from Intel and see if that makes a difference. The 2nd file down on the left is for W10 x64. https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26148/Intel-PROSet-Wireless-Software-and-Drivers-for-Windo...

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Below is my sysinfo. I have a Lenovo Y560 that worked fine up excepting a keyboard issue that I fixed based on a youtube posting. The fix was to tape a small piece of antistatic tape under the keyboard over a screwlike piece of metal. Apparently that metal was causing static by rubbing against the keyboard data cable. It fixed the problem. Previous to the fix, various keyboard keys prompted shortcut keys (maddening and couldn't type).

After assembling the keyboard and the top of the keyboard pad (was very careful to not bring static and assemble properly), the wireless connection began to drop. I have another laptop (Asus) with a similar set-up but a Centrino wifi card (vs. Intel 1000 bgn for the Lenovo) and it was connecting to the wifi no problem. Often, I'll see a yellow sun symbol over the wifi bars or a blue animated circle or a red x. Changing the standard settings does not help. Attaching an ethernet cable brings up a perfect connection. Help! Some things I've thought could be the problem:

1) I've covered an antenna of some sort with the anti-static plastic (pea-sized piece).
2) My wifi card is bad and coincidentally went out when I fixed the other problem above.
3) When the keyboard problem existed, I hit a shortcut that reconfigured the wifi somehow (but it
worked fine before I opened up the keyboard.

Opening up the keyboard was pretty basic so I don't think I messed anything up by opening it (again, everything works fine except for the wi... Read more

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Hi,

I last updated my Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 on May 26 to the newest driver available at the time through Intel's website. That turned out to be a mistake. It usually worked but about once a week, when waking up my computer, it would have issues connecting to my network. A Windows repair usually fixed it.

Today I woke it up and could not connect at all. Repairing did nothing. I went into Device Manager and found that it said, roughly, "There is no driver installed for this device." I first tried to rollback the driver. Device Manager froze for about ten minutes. When it started working again, I disabled and re-enabled the wireless, found my network, entered my password, but it still wouldn't connect. I used HP Recovery Manager software to reinstall the original driver.

When it was done, it prompted me to restart. After a while, I saw a BSOD labelled DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE (Minidump is a separate attachment). After my computer booted up, I checked Device Manager. My wireless was disabled because of a Code 22: Windows disabled it because of a known issue. I manually enabled it and it now works fine with driver number 15.10.3.2 dated 22 August 2013. It's definitely older than the May 2014 driver but not the original system installed driver, 15.5.6.48 from November 2012, which seems to have caused the crash.

I'm just wondering if my computer and wireless connection will remain stable and, if not, how I should fix it.

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A:DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE - Centrino Wireless-N 2230

Hi Malickfan,

I have analyzed your dump files and below has been provided an analysis of your dump file :-

Code:
**************************Tue Jul 1 23:08:02.341 2014 (UTC + 5:30)**************************Probably caused by : ntkrnlmp.exe ( nt!PnpBugcheckPowerTimeout+6a )

BugCheck 9F, {4, 12c, ffffe001d80ef880, fffff8023d7ea950}
BugCheck Info: DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE (9f)

BUGCHECK_STR: 0x9F

DEFAULT_BUCKET_ID: WIN8_DRIVER_FAULT

PROCESS_NAME: System

FAILURE_BUCKET_ID: 0x9F_4_nt!PnpBugcheckPowerTimeout

MaxSpeed: 2200

CurrentSpeed: 2195

BIOS Version F.25

BIOS Release Date 01/21/2013

Manufacturer Hewlett-Packard

Product Name HP ENVY m6 Notebook PC

??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????``


Now, we see that the "ntkrnlmp.exe" is blamed, but as we know that it is a Windows component, chances of it being at fault is very less.

As it seems, that since your Wireless driver was causing the problem. It should probably work fine. The BSOD might be a one time issue. In case of further BSOD's please don't hesitate to post back here. In case you want the list of 3rd party drivers to update let me know and I will post it.

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Hello,

I have a laptop dell xps M1210 with Intel(R) PROSet 3495 ABG. It has been working well for several years.

Yesterday morning I got an error: "Problem applying profile", then it couldn't been connected.

I did a lot of things.
1) Update the driver from 10.5 to version 12.1
2) Make sure "Wireless Zero Configuration" service started.
3) Uninstall the wireless adapter and reinstall it.
4) reboot the machine.
....

It is not working today. The error becomes "Intel(R) PROSet/Wireless Software was unable to detect a supported wireless adapter.".
By checking the device manager for connectivity, everything looks good.

One thing I must mention is sometimes I got an error that is "Microsoft Help and Support Center has encountered a problem and needs to close...."

The detail is Error signature
AppName:helpctr.exe AppVer: 5.1.2600.5512 ModName: ntdll.dll
ModVer: 5.1.2600.5512 Offset: 0000100b.

I am frustered but I don't want to reinstall windows system.
My OS is win xp pro sp3.

Thanks for your reading and help.
 

A:Intel(R) PROSet/Wireless Software was unable to detect a supported wireless adapter.

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i have an acer laptop and recently updated my computer with th latest intel pro/wireless software. and this is what happened.

When I right click on the Wireless icon -everything is greyed out except for
OPEN INTEL PROset WIRELESS and OPEN INTEL WIRELESS TROUBLESHOOTER.
- When I click the Troubleshooter the message is CURRENTLY THERE ARE NO
ISSUES REPORTED.
-When I click on OPEN Intel proset Wireless the pop says Intel
PROset/Wireless was unable to detect a supported wireless adapter. Pls.
install a supported wireless adapter.

* If I go to drivers and look at Network Adapters - it shows Intel
PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection in green but if I right click it, I
see a pop-up that says ADAPTER STATE NOT FOUND IN REGISTRY. If I click OK
button on the pop up, it shows a window with 5 tabs( General,
Advanced,Driver, Details, Resources) - In the general category its says"
This device is working properly" and the Device usage shows Device enabled.


i uninstalled both the drivers and the sofware and reverted to the old one but to no success.
after doin a lot of research i have to come to know a piece of program that tells me that i have 3 wireless adapters. probably the duplicates? but how do i remove them and make my wireless right

A:Intel PROset/Wireless was unable to detect a supported wireless adapter. Pls. install

its an intel pro/wireless 2200BG

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Hello!

I will start this off by freely admitting I'm not great with computers and usually don't know what I'm talking about.

I have an Acer Aspire 4720Z laptop.
I recently wiped it clean and installed Windows XP, and have not been able to connect to wireless internet ever since.
I used the Acer website to download the drivers, extracted all the files, etc.

When I open Intel PROSet/Wireless, I get an error message that it is "unable to detect a supported wireless adapter. Please install a supported adapter."

Also, Intel PROSet/Wireless does not appear on my Device Manager. (The only things that are listed under "Network adapters" is 1394 Net Adapter and Broadcom Netlink Gigabit Ethernet.) I feel like that's probably part of the problem, even if I'm not sure why, haha.

What can I do to get my wireless access back?

Thank you.
 

A:Intel PROSet/Wireless unable to detect a supported wireless adapter

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If my Toshiba laptop has a Centrino Wireless N adapter, can I get more download speed from a router with the latest 802.11ac protocol. . . or does one have to have a Wireless AC adapter to take maximum advantage of an 802.11ac router?
 

A:Solved: Wireless N Centrino adapter vs. 802.11ac

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Hi TSG,

I have a Sony Vaio laptop (WinXP) with B/G wireless integrated card connecting to a 8011/B Netgear DG824M AP/Firewall/Router acting as a DHCP (or is it DCHP?). I have connected to the router and other desktops/laptops on my wireless home network in the past.

But - the connection intially shows up as "Excellent" but then is lost and I am unable to reconnect. I have researched this problem on the net and have changed battery power saving setting, installed the latest Intel drivers, removed MS XP SP1 WAP patches that may have caused a problem and released & renewed the IP address many times but to no avail.

My Intel ProSET software says that the wired connection has an IP address of the 'correct' 192.168.0.2 (even though it is unplugged) but the wireless card has 0.0.0.0 (cannot renew its IP address). Have these adapters gotten confused or are there some other things I can try to sustain a connection?

many thanks in advance.
 

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Dear all,

I thought I have met this problem before before my two wireless adapters both stopped working.

PCI-E INTEL 5300
TP-LINK WN821N

My case is a little different from those I found on this forum.

1. When I upgraded my thinkpad x200 to win7 64bit, I don't have "Wireless Network Connection", but I fixed it by stopping one setting of Kaspersky and it came back, so when I first found my PCI-E wireless didn't work, I thought the same thing happened, although I didn't remember the details, I tried the Kaspersky, don't work.

2. I updated the drivers, uninstall-install, start-stop-start WLAN AutoConfig... I have done a lot that can be searched on line, never worked for me.

3. Tragedy happened, I adjusted several common options on BIOS, then after several tries I made to make 5300 work, USB wireless died Don't know how to recover it, and back to my laptop again.

Could anyone here help me out? Really appreciate it! I have spent two days on this stuff, if no one can do this, I guess the only way is to reinstall the OS, that's the least thing I want to do.

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mic

PS: Unavailable wireless adapters have all zero Mac addresses, also can't be found in control panel.

A:PCI-E intel 5300 wireless doesn't work. Then the USB wireless adapter

Problem solved. Thanks anyway.

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hey,

Today i have a new problem with my adsl. The wireless was working at full 'advertised' speed last night, then today i noticed the wireless connection symbol in the task bar had changed from 54mbs to only 2 mbs, and a speedtest showed that it was a tenth of the speed it used to be.

Because i just installed my modem yesterday, i thought maybe this was just the isp limiting my connection until i register the modem or something. However, when i connect an ethernet cable between the modem and my computer, the connection works at full advertised speed. Does this rule out the possibility that my isp is limiting my signal, and suggest that the problem is with my wireless settings? Thanks for any help. The modem is a speedtouch 780.
 

A:Solved: wireless connection to router slow, cable connection fast

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hello all,I have aproblem with my XP machine.when i boot up the small wireless icon says its not connected,Also when i click to view available wireless networks that there are none in range, i reboot the pc and it might resolve it .More often than not it doesnt.Also i sometimes get a yellow exclamation mark over the wlan in device manager.I update the driver and it resolves until next time i boot back up the pc.Wireless switch is on. My 2 other pcs wrk perfect.This is doin my head in .Any thoughts would be greatly accepted.
 

A:intel (R)pro wireless 22800 wireless card

Closing duplicate to: http://forums.techguy.org/networking/625631-wireless-intermittantly-working.html#post5125511
 

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i have got virgin media broadband and i have gone wireless by using a netgear router, now when there is only myself on the internet it is really slow , it was 54mbps and now its 5.5mbps, i am using mcafee and it show that there is the laptop i am using and 2 other ip addresses using the internet comnnection, i have a secured connection and i change the password regurally, how can i find out if ppl r using my connection
 

A:slow wireless connection

Please supply the following info, exact make and models of the equipment please.

Make and model of the broadband modem.
Make and model of the router.
Connection type, wired or wireless.
If wireless, encryption used, (none, WEP, WPA, or WPA2)
Make/model of your computer.
Version and patch level of Windows on all affected machines, i.e. XP-Home (or XP-Pro), SP2, Vista, etc.
 

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I have a week-old Sony Vaio Z, Windows 7 Home Premium, i7 CPU (2.67 GHz), 8 GB RAM, 64-bit. The wireless speeds started out great (20 mb/s) but now are incredibly slow (.3/sec). When I connect with a cord, it works great. I don't think it's a router issue because a) I tested this with a different wireless network and got the same result and b) have connected to my home wireless with another computer and had no problem. My wireless card is Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200 AGN; driver 13.0.0.107. In device manager I also see a Microsoft Virtual WiFi Miniport Adapter; driver 6.1.7600.16385.
It came with and is running Norton Virus, which scans completely clean.
Please help! This is really frustrating as it is a new expensive computer. I'd rather not spend my whole day tomorrow on the phone with Sony Tech.

A:Slow wireless connection

Start with trying to install the latest driver 13.1.1.0:

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Deta...18754&lang=eng

If that doesn't help, I would uninstall Norton and install MSE as a replacement. You system will be more responsive performance-wise this way as well, anyhow.

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I had a slow wireless connection and I was referred to this section of the forum to get help to see if any malware is interfering my connection. The following is my log file. Help asap!

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Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 7:27:17 PM, on 4/26/2007
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16414)

Running processes:
C:\WINDOWS\System32\smss.exe
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A:Slow wireless connection

Bump!!!

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Hi Guys,

My desktop computer which is running on XP - when connected to the network, the speed is only 1.0mbps whereas my laptop is connected at 54.0mbps - i have a BT Voyager 1040 so its not like i have a rubbish network card - i have scanned for spyware, viruses etc and nothing comes up, Any ideas on how to speed the connection up a bit? I have good signal strength before anyone comments on moving it about and that. It is right next to my laptop which has 54.0mbps speed - even when my laptop is off - it still stays at 1.0mbps.

Thanks in advance,

Simon
 

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I am using a Netgear wireless access point that is connected to a Toshiba cable modem. I have a 8mb connection when connected from one of the wireless access point's internet hubs, however, when I'm connected using the wireless I am only getting 3mb. The Netgear wireless says it is supposed to run at 54mb/s. Can anyone help me speed things up?
 

A:Slow Wireless Connection

That may be as good as it gets. It's pretty typical for wireless networks to not achieve anything close to that on a bandwidth test. My wireless machines get between 4mbit and 6mbit on my 15mbit connection, wired the same machines do the full 15mbit bandwidth.
 

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Hi, I'm using a netgear M401 wireless card in my Dell laptop using winXP, I'm connected to a netgear router whose Cable dsl is connected to a desktop running win98SE. I've tried connecting the dsl cable directly to the dell and it works fine, great speed, but when I try to use the wireless card the speeds slow way down to less than 10% of normal, downloads maxing out at around 10kb/s. I reinstalled the card, no luck, I've checked for spyware and viruses, nothing. It just seemed to happen over a few days and I'm wondering if anyone has any idea why or what I could to try and solve this.
Aside from this, both machines seem to be working fine.
Thanks for the help.
 

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Hello everybody,

I'm hoping that someone can help me speed up my slow ADSL connection. It used to be fast but now it's quite slow (I tested this using a test file from my ISP, which consistently dowloads at about 1/8th the expected speed).
What happened in between? Well, I set up a wireless router and connected my pc to it, so I'm guessing that that is the cause. I don't know how to fix it, though. Do you?
Some facts:
-My computer is NOT connected to the LAN with a wireless adapter, but with a wire running into the router.
-The router is a Sitecom WL-521.
-I'm running Windows 2000 SP4.
-My modem is NOT switched on 24/7, only when my PC is on (only a few hours per day). Same goes for the router.
-I have no viruses or malware, nor do I experience system problems or problems using internet (except for the connection speed, obviously). I use Firefox for most of my browsing.
-I'm running Tiny Personal Firewall.
-An online port scan revealed that it's not possible to just hack into my system.
-I switched on WEP encryption on my router to ward off evil wireless hackers but the connection speed did not improve.

Can anyone think of a reason why my connection could be slow, and how can I check if that is indeed the reason?

Thanks a million for all your help,

cronopio.
 

A:Slow DSL connection thru wireless LAN

Run this test on DSLReports and get back to us with the results.

http://www.dslreports.com/tweaks
 

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I have noticed that my wireless connection takes longer than normal to connect. It now takes several minutes. How can I correct this sluggish connection?
 

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I just got this laptop today. Its running Windows 7.

My download speeds on other computers accessing this network wirelessly are usually around 300kbps. But downloading on this computer I reach an average of 60kbps.

I've tried disabling my router. I looked to see if my network adapter needed updating but it says it is up to date.

My info is this.

Wireless Card: Artheros AR5B93

..thats pretty much all I can think of to provide for you but I'm here all night so any suggestions will be appreciated.

A:Very Slow Wireless Connection

Make and model of the laptop?
What programs are running in the System Tray (down by the clock)?

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Recently, our D-Link DI-624 router died. It was running faithfully, and when we added a 3rd computer and a wireless network printer to our network, the speed dropped and then it died.

We bought a Linksys WRT54G to replace this router. At first the internet speed was normal, and then it started to slow down again. This usually only happens during the night time too. Our three computers are: 1 Mac running Leopard, 1 Laptop running Vista, and one PC running XP.

I have tried a firmware upgrade, but the router is already at it's most recent firmware. We are not running any torrent software. But we are using WEP encryption.. perhaps that could be the problem?

Any help or tips would be greatly appreciated.

EDIT: As a side note, we have PPPoE setup on the router, in case anyone needs to know this.
 

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Hi, everybody! I was looking to buy a new comp. but i am unsure which processor is better, the intel centrino core duo or the intel pentium M. I was wondering if someone could tell me what the difference was and possibly which one is better. thanks!
 

A:Solved: Intel Centrino Core Duo vs. Intel Pentium M

G'day myongha!

I would go with the Core Duo because it is more reliable and is quicker because there are two parts to the processor, hence the name Core Duo.
 

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Computer Spec:

AMD Sempron 2600+, 1.6GHz, 512MB of RAM.
Windows XP Home Editition (2002 version) with SP2 and all updates via Microsoft!

Wireless Components:

etec Wireless router
IEEE 802.11g Wireless Network PCI (card)

2.2Mbps Broadband, transfers via network at 54.0 Mbps

______________________________________________________________________________

Hi all,

This is my first post for a long time, the last time i posted you were all very helpful... so here goes!

I have two desktops (identical to the above spec) and a laptop running on a small home wireless network. However, the internet connection is slow on mine. The desktop mentioned above.

I think the others are ok!

My bro uses the other desktop to download NBA games and Movies and songs via Bearshare and iTunes and Bitcomet, not sure if this affects it?

Basically, my computer takes ages to open pages and load. sometimes it is ok , but others it really gets on my nerves. Surely it shouldn't be like this?

My friend told me to pull out the power cord from the router and wait 10 secs then put it back in, but i now have to do this all the time!!!

Can the router get infected with any spyware etc?

Not sure what is causing this, but its really frustrating!

Any ideas?

If you need more info let me know! Cheers all in advanced!

A:Very Slow Wireless Internet Connection, Why?

Are you receiving your full 54 Mb/s and how far are you from the acess point or router compared to your brother?

*Mods* Might want to get this posted moved to the networking forum.

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I have a desktop PC connected by a hardline to my wireless router (speed is up to snuff) and two laptops, one running Leopard and another running XP SP3, connected wirelessly. Sometimes Google results appear very quickly, but a lot of sites (even simples ones like woot.com that I go to all the time) take 15-20 to fully load. Sometimes the text of a page will load but not the images. Even my 360 lags when I game online, as if I'm downloading something.

My cable modem is a black SpeedStream from SBC/AT&T and my wireless router is a Netgear MR814 v2. I didn't start having this problem until I had to reset some modem and router settings (port numbers? some type of numbers). I did speed tests on all the machines and they come up about even so I figured it's a setting issue.

Thanks in advance for any help you could provide!
 

A:Solved: Wireless connection slow

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From last three days my wireless broadband connection get slow. I have installed the avg virus scanner and remove the virus from the computers. There are three computer attached to this internet connection.

Please suggest the soloution.

A:slow wireless internet connection

Hello & welcome to TSF ,

what you need to do is follow this link

http://www.techsupportforum.com/secu...oval-help.html

for this to work properly you must follow all instructions

if you can not compleat a step make a note and then move to the next step

save all logs to the desktop for ease of reposting

when you have compleated the steps do not post back here you must start a ne post in the (Highjackthis Forum log help forum) of this site

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Hey all,

I subscribe to Comcast internet service, at 10 mb/s. When connected wirelessly on my HP laptop, my internet is painfully slow, around 490 kb/s. However on my other laptop (a Sony VAIO) the internet speeds (wireless as well) are fine. Also, when I connect the HP by ethernet, the internet motors along at full speed. My specs are below, thanks in advance!
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium, Service Pack 2, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T6400 @ 2.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3998 Mb
Graphics Card: Windows Live Display Driver, 1 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 291681 MB, Free - 121606 MB; D: Total - 13558 MB, Free - 2103 MB;
Motherboard: Compal, 30F7
Antivirus: Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
 

A:Slow Wireless Internet Connection

Make sure you have the latest wireless driver. If it is an integrated adapter get the driver from HP's web site. For an external card get the driver from the card manufacturer's web site.
 

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Hi, I use to be able use the Internet when i am down stairs - i was able to stream videos without any lag, load any websites very fast and download files within minutes/ hours. The router is placed upstairs(i live in a flat) and when I am right next to the router the Internet is fine like before. Its only when i go downstairs that using the Internet is impossible.

I have uninstalled the driver for the wireless adapter and installed/ searched for the latest driver without any luck.
SONY VAIO VGN-NR32L
LAN-Express AS IEEE 802.11g PCI-E Adapter
 

A:very slow wireless network connection

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Hi to all,

Me and my dad are currently sharing a wireless internet connection. He has the router hooked up to his computer, and I receive the signal with my netgear antenna. My connection seems fine, but his connection is SO SLOW! he just cant take it anymore, and ideas on how to make this networking setup faster? Is there a setting that i can change so that me being on the connection doesnt bother his? please help.
Ryan
 

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Hey all,

I subscribe to Comcast internet service, at 10 mb/s. When connected wirelessly on my HP laptop, my internet is painfully slow, around 490 kb/s. However on my other laptop (a Sony VAIO) the internet speeds (wireless as well) are fine. Also, when I connect the HP by ethernet, the internet motors along at full speed. My specs are below, thanks in advance!
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium, Service Pack 2, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T6400 @ 2.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3998 Mb
Graphics Card: Windows Live Display Driver, 1 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 291681 MB, Free - 121606 MB; D: Total - 13558 MB, Free - 2103 MB;
Motherboard: Compal, 30F7
Antivirus: Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
 

A:Slow Wireless Connection in Vsta

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I recently upgraded my Comcast XFINITY internet service with a new XFINITY gateway. My HP Pavilion g6 notebook computer has very slow internet performance. Three other computers in my household are performing very fast so I know it is a problem unique to my computer.

Please suggest a solution to my problem. Thank you.
 

A:very slow XFINITY wireless connection

hows the PC connected wireless or cable
can you connect to the router by cable and test the speed using www.speedtest.net
 

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I have 2 comps. hooked up to the internet, both are using WinXp Home. My main comp.(1st) is directly connected to a Linksys WRT54G Wireless Broadband Router and cable modem. My Sony laptop has a Linksys WPC54G Wireless notebook adapter. My problem is most of the time it takes 5-30 minutes to make an internet connection. It seems as though something might be running in the backgroung or maybe 256K isn't enough RAM or I don't know what the heck is going on. Any ideas?
 

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I APOLOGIZE FOR POSTING THIS THREE TIMES -- MY BROWSER DIDN"T SEEM LIKE IT WAS POSTING.

Hello. I am on Windows XP, connected wirelessly to the Internet via a Linksys wcg200 router. Everything has always worked wonderfully until recently, when my cousin started messing around in the Windows networking settings. He was supposedly making my connection more secure (though I'm not sure that he actually did).

For a day, I couldn't even get online. Now I have created a new wireless network, and can at least get online. But my speeds are 1013 Kbs for download and -1307 Kbs for uploads. SLOW.

The signal strength is "very good." I am now 95% positive that this has to do with some setting that he changed.

Also, not sure if this matters, but in ipconfig, my ethernet adapter is in a media disconnected state.

Please help!
 

A:Slow Wireless Network Connection

lilutz,
hello, just some info for you,
.- you may click: report
- type in: [whatever your choice is]
and a moderator will take care of it for you,
.
when you click report you will see the following:
Please use this form ONLY to request a Moderator in case of a problem. Reasons can include: requesting a thread be moved or closed, report advertising messages, and problematic (harassment, fighting, or rude) posts. This is not a method of requesting technical assistance! Thanks!Click to expand...

so you can request any of those options, and tho' it doesn't say it, you can also ask for posts to be combined or deleted,
also on this forum, after 45 days a thread is automatically closed, but if, say, your same problem comes back to 'haunt' you you can even ask for it be re-opened in this manner, just type in the choice of action you're requesting,
note:
make toooooo many requests and they may tell you to make up your mind in the first place maybe,
.
and i see they have closed the other posts,
so the 'problem' is gone,

note: if you don't get to may responses here, you might ask for your thread to be moved to networking,
 

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Hi - sorry for being the noob of the day on the forums, but I have this issue with my relatively old laptop that I cant resolve. I have run several things to attmept to solve my issue but nothing has taken care of it. My laptop's wireless connection is consistantly sluggish for the last few months. Despite being in the same room as the router, it wont register a signal strength above 18bps, but other machines and devices have full use of the wireless signal at all times, with much higher bps rates... frustrated and out of any new ideas. I ran combofix and I am posting my log below, if any Mod can help solve my mystery and fix this it would be greatly appreciated!

All the best!
ComboFix 10-11-30.02 - Shev 12/01/2010 0:56.1.2 - x86
Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.2038.1436 [GMT -5:00]
Running from: c:\documents and settings\Shev\Desktop\ComboFix.exe
AV: avast! Antivirus *On-access scanning disabled* (Updated) {7591DB91-41F0-48A3-B128-1A293FD8233D}
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((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((((( Other Deletions )))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
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c:\documents and settings\Yaakov\Application Data\completescan
c:\documents and settings\Yaakov\Application Data\install
c:\windows\mpLAyerplgn.dll
c:\windows\TEMP\logishrd\LVPrcInj01.dll

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A:Consistantly slow wireless connection

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Hi,

I was running a Linksys Compact Wireless-G USB network adapter with Speedboost, and wanted something that would be built into the machine so I purchased a dlink WDA-1320...

Now when I try to browse websites in Windows it is terribly slow and sometimes firefox times out... I know the wireless adapter is working fine because I use it in linux without any issues at all...

I tried un-installing it in the device manager by inserting it into my usb hub and when it came up in the device manager I removed it... This also did not fix the problem... Any ideas???

Thanks!
 

A:Wireless connection slow in windows.

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I've asked this question already.

My D-Link 802.11g/2.4GHz wireless USB Adaptor seems to be slow going through a D-Link wireless router/modem.

When I'm browsing the net, and I want to go to a new page or previous page by clicking a link or back. It hangs till I click again or more than once. Just like it needs a kick start. The signal strength is either V.Good or Excellent.

Previously I used a Cat5 cable link through another computer to the net using the LAN, no problems.

So why is this happening, any tips
 

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I set up a wireless network about two months ago, and have had lots of grief. My laptop works between my school and home, except lately it never can find it's way to the internet, despite getting signal. I've seen some stuff out here on that, and will give it a whirl. Still, if you want to address this, too, I'll welcome any advice. Laptop runs 2K.

My REAL problem is with my second desktop. We have one desktop wired into the router, which has perfect service. The second desktop worked wonderfully at first, but lately, it has trouble accessing certain sites, but not others. Among the difficult-to-access addresses are my department website on campus, Compuserve, the router address itself, and a few others I can't remember. Most of the rest of the internet works perfectly. Oh yeah, except I can't download Ad Aware to save my life, although other downloads from the same site worked just fine. This machine runs XP, and the problem has occured across the transition from SP1 to SP2. Any suggestions?
 

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This "slow" internet connection did not happen in Windows XP. (54.0 Mbps)

Its only when I first bought a new computer with Windows 7 then this slow connection starts to happen. (1-2 out of 5 bars) Plugging directly to the router won't work since the distance between my router and my cpu's back is quite far. (The router is insie my room) My wire isn't that long. Need solutions!

If this helps, Im using a 8 years old router / modemn.

A:Windows 7 Slow Wireless connection

Sounds alot like a drive update might be required. You done that?

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Using a D-link pci card. Has always worked perfectly. Recently it takes minutes to get the web to come up (hi-speed connection and the wireless signal is where it always was>good to very good). Is there something like a wirless phone that would interfere with this?
 

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Hello!

Since I upgraded to Windows 10, about three weeks ago, I'm having a serious Wifi issue. The download speed dropped from 20Mb/s to less than 1Mb/s, and my upload speed pretty much did the same.

When running Windows' troubleshooter for my Wifi connectivity, it says: "Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding."

I then did the ipconfig things, like ipconfig flushdns and ipconfig registerdns in the command prompt (with admin rights): I gained like half a mb/s. I launched a namebench scan to see which DNs servers work best for me. After three hours, I finally got the adresses and selected them as default DNS adresses in ITP4 preferences. I gained 5mb/s for about 2 minutes, then it was gone. I reset my router: nothing. I ran an update scan for all my drivers (took me a long time), and still, my problem wasn't fixed. I can't load even the most basic games or download movies, this is seriously getting on my nerves.

My computer is a Lenovo AIO C Series 40-05, I bought it about three months ago.
Anybody can help me? Please?

Thank you in advance,
- ChronoTheCode

A:Very Slow Wireless Connection [Lenovo AIO C40-05]

hey, i have same problem on dell n5110. at the time of download from this laptop i can't even send a message on whatsapp or load a webpage. i update network driver but it didn't help. did you find the solution?






Originally Posted by ChronoTheCode


Hello!

Since I upgraded to Windows 10, about three weeks ago, I'm having a serious Wifi issue. The download speed dropped from 20Mb/s to less than 1Mb/s, and my upload speed pretty much did the same.

When running Windows' troubleshooter for my Wifi connectivity, it says: "Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (DNS server) is not responding."

I then did the ipconfig things, like ipconfig flushdns and ipconfig registerdns in the command prompt (with admin rights): I gained like half a mb/s. I launched a namebench scan to see which DNs servers work best for me. After three hours, I finally got the adresses and selected them as default DNS adresses in ITP4 preferences. I gained 5mb/s for about 2 minutes, then it was gone. I reset my router: nothing. I ran an update scan for all my drivers (took me a long time), and still, my problem wasn't fixed. I can't load even the most basic games or download movies, this is seriously getting on my nerves.

My computer is a Lenovo AIO C Series 40-05, I bought it about three months ago.
Anybody can help me? Please?

Thank you in advance,
- ChronoTheCode

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i have a 4Mbps DSL internet connection with 3 PCs connected through a router. 2 are connected wirelessly and the other is wired via an ethernet cable.

i noticed that when downloading a file from an international server, the transfer rate on the wireless PCs is 2-3 times slower than on the wired PC. the wireless PC would get about 150-200kb/s, whereas the wired PC can max out to 450kb/s on a single download.

however when i download from a local or nearby server instead, the transfer rate on the wireless and wired PCs are the same and can both reach up to 450kb/s per download.

i don't understand why the wireless connection is slower to international servers compared to the wired PC. don't they all go through the same router? or am i missing something?

my wireless signal is at 54Mbps with "excellent" strength. i also tested the ping results from both the wireless and wired PCs to international servers and they are pretty much the same. there doesn't seem to be any extra latency.

- all PCs are running windows XP SP3
- the modem/router is a D-Link 2640B

hope somebody is able to help or explain what's happening. this problem has been driving me crazy for weeks. thanks!
 

A:slow international connection on wireless

Hello atlern8r,

To clarify, you have noticed that your download speeds with wireless devices are slower than that of your wired device?

Please test with the following: (one time on wired device, one time on wireless device)

Go to SpeedTest.net
Run local test and record ping, upload, and download speeds
Click new server and select an "International" server, again run test and record results.
Please post the results on this site.

Thanks!
 

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Hello, i have a Netgear WGR614v5 with my wireless connection. It is very fast. However, i use Bitlord to download torrents. When i do, the download speeds are 1-5 Kb/s...VERY slow. how do i configure my router so i can get like in the 90's at least since i have wireless?
 

A:Torrent Speeds VERY slow with Wireless connection

what kind of torrents are you getting?
 

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Hi! My laptop was operating normally until two days ago; Now it is bordering on non-functional. Every website takes at least 90 seconds to load, and 50% of the time I get an error message that the connection timed out. My signal strength is good, my provider (Comcast) tested the line and said they show no problems. I've done a Microsoft malware search that turned up nothing, I've deleted my internet history, cookies, updated Firefox and IE, updated Flash, reset the router, etc. etc. In searching these forums I am anticipating that someone will tell me to do the hijack this thing, so I did. The text is below. We have one other computer in our house and it isn't experiencing any problems. Also, when I connect remotely to my work computer via Citrix, the remote connection browses the Internet just fine. In fact, I just had to go that route to post this message because my own Internet connection times out everytime I try to post to this forum. HELP!Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4Scan saved at 4:37:04 PM, on 6/23/2011Platform: Windows Vista SP2 (WinNT 6.00.1906)MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6002.18005)Boot mode: NormalRunning processes:C:\Windows\system32\taskeng.exeC:\Windows\system32\Dwm.exeC:\Windows\Explorer.EXEC:\Program Files\Common Files\ArcSoft\Connection Service\Bin\ACDaemon.exeC:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exeC:\Garmin\gStart.exeC:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\wmpnscfg.exeC:\Windows\ehome\ehtray.exeC:\Windows\System32\rundll32.e... Read more

A:super (suddenly) slow wireless connection

Hello,

First off, tried to reset your internet connection and if that does not work, then proceed to

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/...-explorer/slow-five-tips-to-boost-performance

Let me know how this turns out.
 

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Hi,

on my wife's computer, the browsing is very slow. Plus I have to restart the router every time she starts up her machine so that she can connect. All other devices in the house connect to the router just fine. I fear malware but MSE scans clean and so does Malwarebytes. Any chance I can get somneone to help delve into this with me?

Thanks in advance.

A:Slow computer plus wireless connection issue

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I have Windows 7 Ultimate installed on 2 computers. I've made a Homegroup connection between them by using wireless belkin router,

Computer 1 is connected to the router by wireless & has non-operational ethernet port.
Computer 2 is connected to the router by wireless (801.11n), but also has an ethernet port.

PROBLEM IS: 

it is V.V.VERY SLOW FOR DATA TRANSFER & Hence quite useless to use.
Internet connection on both computers is fine. The problem is with the computer to computer connection. 

I've also tried the solution like changing band frequency,
what other options are available for me in wireless connectivity only?(as one of my laptop has no ethernet port)
Hoping for a good understanding of my question.

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Please help asap!

The title says it all. This is to two computers and an xbox. Last night I was in the middle of a game online when the internet suddenly went out. After restarting the router it came back on but the internet speed is HORRIBLE. When I plug a laptop directly into the router it gets around 30MB/s on a speed test, without it the same laptop gets about 2MB/s (same as wireless desktop). Xbox is unplayable online. I uplugged the modem and router. I even reset the modem and router to its default settings with no help. Same slow internet. Did my router take a dump? Do I need a new one? My router is a Linksys WRT110 the firmware is 1.0.02.

edited- i meant directly into the router
 

A:Wireless Connection Suddenly Slow (urgent)

Im sure you guys hate when people say urgent, but im in the middle of trying to fix this and its frustrating haha. Just gotta know if I need to go buy a new router right now.
 

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This is a new computer with Built-in wireless LAN (802.11b/g/n).
Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit
AMD Athlon? II quad-core processor 645*
6GB PC3-10600 DDR3 SDRAM
ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics

Router is netgear wnr834bv2 with up-to-date firmware

All windows updates installed.
All latest drivers installed.

Removed Norton, running Avast.
No viruses or malware.

When it is connected with ethernet cable the download speed (per speedtest) is 23.91Mbps but on the wireless connection the speed drops to 0.41 Mbps.

I ran it in safe mode plus network and got the same results.
Also moved computer to within 3 feet of router and got same results.

We had a desktop running Vista with a wireless connection in the exact same spot - no speed issues there. Also my laptop gets 21Mbps on speedtest in that location.

HP tech support says it is to be expected and to run an ethernet cable. If that was possible I wouldn't have bought the model with the wireless card installed.

I hope this is enough information for someone to help me.

A:Verrrrrry Slow Internet Connection - wireless

Have you tried a different driver for your wireless LAN?

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I have a broadcom 802.11g PCI wireless card but recently it is giving me a slow connection when on a full bar signal. I then randomly goes back to running at normal speed but then cut out again and goes slow. There is nothing wrong with the connection as it works totally fine on my laptop. I tried a USB wifi adapter at that works fine giving me a fast connection. I been inside the router to make sure all the setting are fine and searched for driver updates etc. I don't think the card is damaged in anyway. I really have no idea why it is giving me such slow internet speeds but then occasionally work fine.

I have linux installed on my system as well and I am experiencing the same problems there also

A:Wireless card causing slow connection

My first target for scrutiny would be a runaway security app (antivirus / firewall) has decided to grab the one device.

I have seen older wifi devices (built-in and usb) simply stop working right eventually leading to 4kb/s or so speeds before eventually getting to the point that they can not maintain a connection at all as well.

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Oh I so hope someone can help me. I've just moved house and lovely neighbour is letting me use her wireless so I can work as will take 2 wks mine on and desperately need to get working again. Damsel in distress. My ipad and iphone working fine on this connection but laptop just will not have it.
Loads pages very very slowly and gmail barely working. Seems like a security setting somewhere or something? Have disabled firewall makes no difference. Deleted browsing history. Tried Diagnose but says cannot communicate with the DNS server?
Can anyone assist me please. : )

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.1
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Basic , Service Pack 2, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 550 @ 2.00GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 22 Stepping 1
Processor Count: 1
RAM: 2812 Mb
Graphics Card: Live Mesh Remote Desktop Mirror Driver, 1 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 74261 MB, Free - 6638 MB;
Motherboard: FUJITSU SIEMENS, Z17M2.0, 04 , Z17P081700476912
Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2011, Updated and Enabled
 

A:Solved: Slow/No Internet on Wireless Connection

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