Then I was connecting via the intel pro wireless card internally just dandy – better than the linksys card actually – till that just said connected – and I couldnt actually connect to anything – Now I can’t connect to anything and I am old skooling it over here with 54 wires running to a router hub and raping myself for connection speed. It seems to me and the people I’ve talked to at Fujitsu that this is definately an Intel issue that must be fixed with a driver update. Later this week, I will restore the system from the “hidden” partition, and then uninstall Access Connections and then re-install the 30 MB package, just to make sure that I really have the latest versions of the various drivers. Range and bandwidth has improved also. I uninstalled it, and rebooted again. Machine in question is a T61p running an
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wrt56G and the INTEL PRO bg wireless card |
No disconnects so far. Now it looks like everything works fine so far, fingers crossed. But with new Sony VAIO, either the connection always loss low or no connectivity or intolerable low connection speed.
Your name or email address: Discussion in ‘ Networking and Wireless ‘ started by yoinFeb 5, It re-connects, but I need to “repair” the connection in order to get things going ok again. There are so many BG’s being sold now with these new Sonoma-based laptops that they’re going to have to fix it. Last edited by a moderator: The problem was PROset.
Driver support has ended for the AGN card with windows 7 and so I find myself in a bit of a quandary.
Wireless issues with Intel/Pro Wireless 2200BG
Okay now I restarted my computer after all that and then uninstalled both access connections and intel wifi card drivers. Do you already have an account? More irritating than anything else. I have been working for the last hour?
I like the strength indicator in the system tray. Later this week, I will restore the system from the “hidden” partition, and then uninstall Access Connections and then re-install the 30 MB 81.0.28, just to make sure that I really have the latest versions of the various drivers.
This setup has worked great for me so far.
There was never any need to 126.96.36.199 it separately. I had the IBM version 8. Parents asked me for some help with home wireless; need some advice ApostateTapirDec 10,in forum: You must log in or sign up to reply here.
BaconfatDec 1,in forum: As an FYI, a friend with a T41 with integrated Intel B card 2200gb that she had the same problem, but she disabled her windows firewall and all is now happy on her Thinkpad. Fujitsu hasn’t yet agreed to replace my hardware, but we’ll get there evenutally.
Gentoo linux has been successfully installed in s3xp[http: I would recommend you That caused 220bg for me with the 8.
All three use some form of WEP encryption. Reboot computer and download the latest at that time it was the latest don’t know about now version of the IBM intel driver 8. I guess a fix from IBM is due soon.
T42 and Intel BG Wireless – Thinkpads Forum
I’m using the older drivers from the 8. I installed the Intel drivers using the setup. FYI, Problem is still not resolved. I regularly access approximately three wireless networks.
The repair guy said, “Well that’s a pretty popular chipset, so I doubt it’s a problem with the whole set.