Have you tried manually loading the Vista drivers of Intel Wireless into Windows 7? 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. Share This Page Tweet. Your name or email address: You must log in or sign up to reply here.
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Blacky Nov 4, at 4: This operation returned because the timeout period expired. Anyone got it to work on windows 7 or can help? Wireles it works anyways. Do you already have an account?
Similar Threads – Can’t Intel Wireless. I just remember trying a lot of different things and rebooting a lot. When I do an F5, the Thinkpad software still shows the device as turned off.
The can be a pain. Discussion in ‘ Lenovo ‘ started by JakeLAug 11, No, create an account now.
Intel PRO/Wireless 2100 (WM3B2100)
JakeLAug 12, Log in or Sign up. I’ve also tried manually selecting the driver by updating 21100 unkown device from device manager, again, no luck.
Hmm well if this helps, windows 7 recognizes the what driver I should install and stuff when I go to install it via device manager and the windows drivers, when I install it it says “Windows encountered a problem installing the driver software for your device.
What drivers you tried using? Maybe that might of had something to do with it too. lci
Downloads for Intel® PRO/Wireless Network Connection
Drew1Nov 3, at Yes, my password is: Windows found the driver software for your device but encountered an error while attempting to install it. Well, the B and BG are completely different animals in windows 7.
It’s very easy to get the working. Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades. I removed the wireless card manually and put it back in, turned it on and it worked. Unfortunately, I can’t remember what I did to get it to work.
I do remember having to fight through some odd problems, like the device manager showing everything working right, but the Thinkpad software showing the device turned off. What Notebook Should I Buy? PatchySanAug 11, You must log in or sign up to reply here.
But I have a T42p right now running Windows 7 with a B installed and it works. When I press the FN key to turn the wireless on it tells me there’s no wireless card installed. This was after I got the driver working.
Have you tried manually loading the Vista drivers of Intel Wireless into Windows 7? I’ve just having trouble installing it. 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 lci performance.
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