Discussion in ‘ Networking and Wireless ‘ started by yoin , Feb 5, I hope that I would have the latest version. If you have PROset installed, I would suggest completely removing your driver and then reinstalling 9. Took all encryption of my router and left to MAC filtering only. I will repost back in a few days to let you guys know if I’ve finally squashed the problem. Several items should be selected for upgrade when the 30MB package runs
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Help me out in order to save some time with all these. Is there a newer version for this? I’ve been posting warnings inrel this issue to online reviews on my model system The router had been working well with my other computers at home with USB wireless adaptors. So if you can safely disable it on your wireless interface and perhaps solve your problem you can still leave it enabled on other interfaces.
What are you people’s opinions on this problem?
No disconnects so far. Danishblunt Dec 11, And then they just want to try putting in another BG, despite my kicking and screaming.
Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection Free Driver Download (Official)
I assumed that the IBM preload was “perfect,” but what JohnDrake suggests sounds like a good suggestion. I have the BG card. I downloaded the full 30MB package. Here’s to hoping the fix holds — good luck! I was previously installing only the base drivers and using either IBM Access Connections or Windows to manage the connections.
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I think that PROSet’s power management settings are better and prevent the WiFi card from turning off and re-setting the connection. I will repost back in a few 8.1.28 to let you guys know if I’ve finally squashed the problem.
I set up the various connection profiles, but every connection suffers the same problem. YMMV and some people do have better luck with the Intel card.
Reboot computer and download the latest at that time it was the latest don’t know 8.10.28 now version of the IBM intel driver 8. T61p CTO T And surprise surprise, they worked perfectly!
Here’s a reference link for what I have tried so far: The card it set to “Maximum Performance” mode. It’s been almost a month since I’ve installed the 9. Uninstalled Access connections 4. If manufacturers have to do this enough they’ll lean on Intel.
Hi Plinkerton – I always enjoy reading your posts, so let me note on this one that: It seems to me and the people 2200bt talked to at Fujitsu that this is definately an Intel issue that must be fixed with a driver update.
At home I use a Netgear MR If PROset works on your machine, though, run with it. And, I selected the “highest performance ” aka, highest power use mode. Randomly every 1 to 5 minutes the connection drops out and I have to tell Access Connections to disconnect and re-connect and then everything works properly again.
Support for Intel® PRO/Wireless BG Network Connection
I much prefer the IBM card – it just works better. Also, conneciton would drop out as per initial problem. Also are you running VirtualPC by any chance?? As it works ok for me now it’s more likely I will stay with these drivers