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Intel PRO not working under win7 64, BUT working under Ubuntu
The device will need difference driver to work properly. Thursday, January 20, 9: Monday, August 15, Well, this is annoying The hardware shows up under device manager with the yellow sign “this device cannot start.
Yes, we know that Ubuntu and Windows are different systems. Sign in to vote. The Lenovo systems were running 7 Ultimate Microsoft provides third-party contact information to help you find technical support.
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Intel PRO/Wireless ABG Network Connection Product Brief
There are other settings that can make Windows not start the card, such as power saving settings, radio settings and so on. This contact information may change without notice.
Now, answering the question: Please understand Windows 7 and Ubuntu are different operating systems. For some unknown reason, Windows’ device manager sets the WIFI cards to work using channels up to 11 – the following channels are simply ignored. Intel Support Community http: Thursday, January 20, I’ve come up with many different machines using Windows with this very issue and the problem was mostly with the adapter configuration. Tuesday, January 25, 2: I suggest testing them separately.
Tried 3 more cards, 2 from Lenovo systems, the same result- don’t work, cannot start. If the issue persists, please contact Intel support directly to get more pro3954.
This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Just try to change it one by one and see what makes it work.
Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection
What you should have said was “please understand that Ubuntu is better than Windows”. Resources for IT Professionals.
If the driver is installed, that is the only reason I can imagine. All you need to do is right click the device on device manager and check the “Advanced” tab.