No, create an account now. After that I made a new connection to the router with WPA security – and I dont see any problems with dropping signal or connection anymore. Did anyone figure out a solution to this problem? I recently installed a fresh version of Windows XP SP2 from an install disk, and my Intel 3b can’t hold a connection for more than a few minutes. Message 4 of 9. I’ve been using a T41 with a 3b for years now.

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Instead, if I just surf webpages, the problem occurs less. The problem manifests with Windows XP with all latest updates and spusing the 1. See our Sustainability Report. Message 4 of 9.

What drivers you tried using? By browsing this website, you consent to the use of cookies. I have downloaded the latest 32bit driver from the Intel Website http: I have the same connection problem. PatchySanAug 11, Message 5 of 9.


This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Discussion in ‘ Lenovo ‘ started by JakeLAug 11, There used to be more recent drivers on intel’s website, but I saw that they’ve removed them.

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JakeLAug 11, Additionally, Windows Update is not able to locate a driver for the device. Please if you do find a solution, post it. Changed type Mark L.

Message 3 of 9. This was after I got the driver working. Raidriar Nov 26, I formatted the hard drive and reinstalled XP and the latest drivers for the card. About to uninstall and reinstall driver software.

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Try googling BG and Windows 7. Alienware 18 and M18x.

I think this is an SP3 issue. The can be a pain. Sunday, January 25, 1: I have an X31 that worked perfectly on my wireless router. Reportedly some people have had some success.


Actually, it may also have something to do with the power settings, because I had it running on battery and the power setting was set to “maximum power savings” and the card just didn’t work, but still recognised it, until I set it to max performance.

I’ve also tried manually selecting the driver by updating the unkown intl from device manager, again, no luck. It could be that, if you’d mount this BG, your ThinkPad would stop at the bios and prompt you to remove the card.

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