08-16-2008 05:43 PM
08-16-2008 06:27 PM
I have tried several times this. even tried to use the older driver (the one that came with my pc) but the intel software wont recognize the wireless adaptder anymore. so the only software that works is the 220.127.116.11. in fact, im currently using it but with a non-encrypted network. WPA and AES encrypted networks wont work at all!
09-07-2008 12:49 AM
09-13-2008 08:31 AM - edited 09-15-2008 11:02 AM
09-25-2008 05:27 PM - edited 09-25-2008 05:29 PM
I got this email from Intel and it worked.
Thank you for contacting Intel(R) Technical Support.
We understand that you are having connectivity issues with the latest drivers, a workaround to this issue; is downgrading the Intel(R) PROSet to the previous version.
Please note that to restore to the previous version of the Intel(R) PROSet the package can be download at:
To install it, proceed with a clean installation process:
-Go to Start\settings\control panel\system\hardware tab\device manager button\”Network Adapters”\DoubleClick the adapter name\Drivers Tab and click on the “Uninstall Drivers” button.
-Remove the Intel PROset from Control Panel\Add Remove Programs.
-Remove the Wireless folder found at C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR_PROFILE_NAME\Application Data\Intel -Install the downloaded Drivers.
The information you have provided indicates that you have an OEM computer.
Once that any Intel(R) component is integrated and customized by the computer Manufacturer it is consider an (OEM) Original Equipment Manufacturer Product.
The support provided through this channel is for Intel(R) retail boxed adapters only.
Please be aware that there are differences between retail box wireless adapters and the adapters that OEM laptop manufacturers integrate into their systems.
10-10-2008 06:42 AM
I had the same problem on two different laptops connecting to two different router types. It appears they have resolved this problem in version 12.1.