Dell :: Intelģ WiFi Link 5300 And Intelģ WiFi Link 5100 Products New Driver [13.1.1.1]

Mar 4, 2010

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Sony :: Intel WiFi Link 5100 AGN Driver

Nov 21, 2009

I recently installed Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit edition on my Vaio FW490 (upgraded from Vista 64). I received the free upgrade disks from Sony. When I checked my device manager I noticed that the driver version for the WiFi Link 5100 is 11.4.3.9 dated 5/28/09. On the Sony Site, they list the version for Windows 7 as 12.4.1.11 dated 10/8/2009, and when I checked on the Intel site, they are recommending driver version 13.0.0.107 dated 10/21/09.

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Dell :: M4400: Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN Failure

Aug 27, 2009

This has been happening a for a couple weeks now.

Problem:

Every time I boot up the computer and switch on the WiFi/Bluetooth button on the right side - only the Bluetooth light turns on above the keyboard.

Temporary Solution:

I go to Device Manager and find that the "Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN" slot has the exclamation sign next to it so I disable the card and then reenable it again, then the problem is gone (the WiFi light turns on and I can now finally see wireless networks in the "Connect" window) .....

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Acer :: 1810T Installing Intel Wifi Link 5300's Third Antenna

Apr 30, 2010

I want to replace my 1810T's Intel Wifi Link 5100 with an Intel Wifi Link 5300.

The 5100 has two antenna connectors and so the 1810T has two antennas already installed in it.

I purchased a third antenna, but I don't want to disassemble the screen to add the third antenna next to the two stock antennas.

Can I just place the third antenna here (empty area next to mini PCIe slot):

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Dell Latitude E6400 :: Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN Drops Connections

Dec 9, 2008

I just recieved my Latitude E6400 today. I like the laptop, but the Intel Wifi Link 5300 AGN adapter continually drops my wireless connections to my home Linksys WRT54G access point and router. This is a version 5 Linksys unit running in mixed b/g mode with WEP encryption. It is running with a unique SSID which is not broadcast.

At first, my connections would drop and it seemed related to the Control Point software preinstalled on the E6400. So I uninstalled the Control Point System Management and Connection Management software, and this seemed to result in a small improvement: I can do a download successfully, but if I'm idle any amount of time the connection drops. This last makes me think power to the Wifi Link card might be getting turned off somewhere if there is no activity. However the Control Point Security Manager software is still installed (as it came from the factory) and might also be contributing to the problem.

I've used an 802.11n-compatible WiFi card in my home.The driver version for the WiFi Link is 12.0.0.82 and is dated 07/08/2008. The Linksys access point has been here a couple of years and is running Linksys firmware version v1.00.6. It is set up for 128-bit WEP encryption. I've had numerous laptops connect to it, all with older Broadcom b/g cards, and as long as the WEP encryption is set properly there has not been a connection problem. now to see if I can duplicate the connection dropping issue.

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HP/Compaq :: HDX16- Intel Wifi Link 5100

Apr 8, 2009

I just got a new HDX16. Been having issues with the intel 5100 agn. I've updated drivers to no effect. It would stay connected for awhile, but loose all connection at times. Its starting to be a pain. It can't even pickup my neighbors' connects and I have 10 in my area which my Toshiba picks up. Its paired to the Dlink DIR-855.

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Dell :: Studio 1535 With Intel WiFi Link 5100

Apr 23, 2009

I'm getting myself an Intel WiFi Link 5100 to replace the current Dell 1510N card in my Studio 1535. Is the Intel WiFi Link 5100 fully supported by my laptop?

Are the number of wires same for both cards? Any specific steps that I need to do when replacing the card? This is my first time doing this so I'm a bit nervous.

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Acer :: Aspire 8730g-6353 Intel 5100 Wifi Link

Mar 16, 2010

i have just purchased a new acer aspire 8730g-6353 and for some reason i cannot connect to the internet wirelessly. i can see the networks available and attempt to connect, but i'm never given the chance to input the WEP key to connect. it gives me an error telling me my troubleshooting options (which just alludes to it being a problem with signal or some garbage like that, but there is 100% signal strength at any given time).

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Dell :: Part Number For XPS 16 Intel WiFi Link/WiMAX 5150

Nov 4, 2009

In the near future I'd like to get one of these cards as replacement for a 5300 for the integrated WiMAX modem.

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Dell :: Studio XPS13 And Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5150

Jan 31, 2010

Before I buy one of ebay

Just wanna make sure with you guys that it will work with no problems

That it would work with the nforce 730i mobo with no compatibility problems

And this should replace my Dell 1515 wireless N card rite ...

I'm am interested in the WiMAX function so I could use clear's 4 network but remember reading awhile back that Intel Wifi cards can't work with the Nvidia mobo

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Dell :: M1330 + Intel WiMAX/WiFi Link 5350 Wireless Mini PCI-E Card

Feb 13, 2009

i want to replace factory Intel 3945 with this card on my m1330

maybe somebody can share with this experience?

by the way i will install x64 Vista very soon

can I use this card with it?

link to card [url]

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Dell ::wifi Connection On My SXPS 16 With The Intel Wifi 5300 Card

Dec 7, 2009

I'm having trouble with my wifi connection on my SXPS 16 with the Intel Wifi 5300 card.

I will be downloading something then at random times it looses connectivity and i will have to turn off my wifi and turn it back on then it works for a couple minutes and stops working once again.

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Sony :: Intel Video Driver Download Link

Apr 10, 2009

I know this has been mentioned some times at the forum - but all the links i have found are "dead".

I need the Intel Video driver for the Vaio Z.. and i managed to find this link:
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Which one should i get?

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Dell :: Intel WiFi 5300

Aug 24, 2009

Getting ready to do a clean install on my Latitude E4300 in my sig.

Just wanted to know, is it better to use the driver provided by Dell's Driver downloads or should I grab the Intel Driver from Intel's site?

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Dell :: The Intel 5300 Wifi Card

May 25, 2009

So, I have just ordered the M1330, and it comes with the 1505. When I asked the dell rep about the 5300, he said it was not compatible with the M1330 due to the motherboard or something?

However, I've read that some people have made the switch, my questions are as follows:

How hard is it to change wifi cards for a noob?
Will this void my warranty?
What are specific gains?
My brother has an M1330,
the internet some times.

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Dell :: Intel WIFI 5300 Is No Longer Available?

Dec 10, 2009

But, I heard from the Dell's call center that my selected Intel 5300 is no longer available, so they will change Dell 1520 wifi.

In addition, they said that a Dell 1520 is brand new, and it will be different from older Dell 1520.

Is it true?

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Dell :: Intel 5300 WiFi Label On E6400

Apr 12, 2009

A question concerning 5300 network adapter generally, but as I am choosing it when configuring new Latitude E6400, I ask the question here.

So, there are two options when I chose the 5300 WiFi adapter:

Intel WiFi Link 5300 (802.11 a/g/n 3X3) 1/2 MiniCard with V/pro label

Intel WiFi Link 5300 (802.11 a/g/n 3X3) 1/2 MiniCard with Centrino label .....

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Dell :: Intel WiFi 5300 Not Compatible With T9400

Oct 31, 2008

I chose the Intel WiFi 5300 over the WiFi 5100 as I understand it is the better card. However, a few hours later I received an email telling me my order was cancelled because the 5300 was 'unavailable'.

I contacted Dell chat this morning, and was told that the part was available but was incompatible with my processor choice. Apparently the 5300 is a Centrino 2 part, and is only compatible with a Centrino 2 processor. I thought the T9400 was a Centrino 2 processor?

If it's true that the parts are incompatible should I go with the T9400/WiFi 5100 or the P8400/WiFi 5300? The Dell chat guy told me that these were the only compatible configurations. If I try to order T9400/5300 again will my order be cancelled again - anyone else tried this?

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Dell :: E6400 Intel Wifi 5300 Dropping Connection

Aug 15, 2009

I reinstalled Vista 64-bit Business on my laptop. And I've installed all of the drivers which are working, but my wifi drops out every 20-30 minutes. I've done some research and found this isn't uncommon...

so I installed the lastest Intel drivers, disabled all of the power saving features on my wifi card/DCP.

But, it still disconnects! What the heck!? I might have had this same issue in Windows 7, but I can't really remember. All I know is that when I tried to back it up using WHS, it would always fail.

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Acer :: 6920g- Upgrade To Intel 5300 Wifi

Oct 30, 2009

Just recieved my intel 5300 wifi card ready for the upgrade.

Upgrade physically went semi well, the 4965agn that was fitted was a devil to get out.

Seems like acer decided to get superman to tighten the two screws that hold the wifi card down. In the end the only solution was to remove the 2 pillers from the pcb(with pliers and brute force) and remove the card.

Windows xp fired up fine, no wifi connected popup. drivers were my first thought.

Checked device manager, code 10 on the device. tried new drivers, old driver sets, no progress.

Also there was a few links about the pcie 2 and pcie 1 compatiblity problems. But a pcie2 card should run at the pcie1 speeds when fitted to that slot, so that shouldnt be the problem.

Ive ordered a 2nd intel 5300, one that should be 'more' compatible..we will see. will post update on that when it arrives.

as of this point id say that the intel wifi 5300 does not play well with the acer 6920g.

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Dell :: Intel 5100 Or 5300 Wireless

Aug 27, 2009

I'm looking at the XPS 16 and wondering if the 5300 would get a better signal at a further range than the 5100.

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Dell :: E6500 And Intel Wifi 6300 Driver Issues

Apr 15, 2010

seeing that Dell released a driver supporting 6300, I went and bought one to replace my 5100. Plugged it in, and it wasn't recognized. Fair enough, I went to reinstall the driver.. which immediately finished. Setup log said error discovering intel device, or something like that.

Problem is, the device is working fine as far as windows is concerned - it is detected, I can connect using windows networks screen. But ControlPoint Connection manager does not see it.

What am I missing?

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Dell :: Upgrade Intel 4965 Wireless Card To Intel 5300

Mar 2, 2009

is it possible in the XPS M1530,

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Lenovo T400 / T500 :: T540p Battery Drain In S4 Sleep State After BIOS And Intel WiFi Driver Update

Aug 17, 2014

On my T540p, I configured the rapid start technology according to [URL] ....
 
Since I have performed a BIOS update to 2.14  and an update of the Intel Wifi driver to 17.0.5, I experience the problem of battery drain when the computer is in S4 sleep state, at a rate of approximately 0.125% per hour (on the 56Wh battery).
 
This was not the case before these updates. There was no noticable power drain in S4 sleep state, even not over multiple days. I'm using Win7, I set all the WoL capabilities both in BIOS and in the Intel driver to disabled, according to [URL] ....
 
External device USB charge settings are also fully disabled in BIOS and Power Manager. The problem does not occur when the system is fully shut down, but in S4 Sleep state, which should be a zero-power state too, as it was before the updates. In the details of the BIOS update it is stated " Fixed an issue where the computer might fail to enter sleep state". Could the power drain be a side effect of this fix? Or is it an issue with the (new) Wifi driver, as it was the case for the Y410P?
 
How could this battery drain be avoided?

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Dell :: Intel Wifi Cards?

Dec 28, 2009

When I customize a Dell 15/17 or XPS 16, there are only options for Dell wifi cards. I believe these are Broadcom cards. I dual boot Linux distros and Broadcom cards are generally a headache for Linux users. I also don't like that Dell doesn't include the same Intel wifi card options as they do for their Latitude and Precision series .....

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Dell :: E6500, Intel WiFi And Other Questions

Feb 21, 2009

After some troubleshooting, it seems to be related to the Intel Wifi services, of which I have several listed under "Services" in msconfig.

My Wifi card is the Intel 5300 and if I only run the Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi Service, start-up happens without lag.
If I add any of the other Intel Services (Wireless REgistry Service, Wireless SSO Service, Wireless Event Log), it can take several minutes of unresponsiveness before things finally work.

Do I need these other services? WiFi seems to work fine, as far as I can tell. I use the Intel Conncection Manager , not the Dell utility to connect.

Second question: I move my laptop frequently from the table to my lap and back, and the adapter plug comes lose fairly easily, even though the cord is not pulling on it.
Is this a common problem with the E6500?..

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Dell Latitude E7440 :: Intel Proset WiFi Connection Utility

Nov 13, 2014

I've been having issues with this with this utility either not connecting upon resuming my laptop or even from a fresh start. I visit many offices at I am the IT manger and all the connections are saved in profiles but despite them being saved they won't connect even when I try to connect manually. The only way to get the adapter to connect is to right click Proset running in the tray and click "reset proset". Even now while typing this I am connected via wifi but the proset icon shows "connecting"

I've tried updating the wifi adapter drivers from Dell and Intel directly and also completely removed the drivers and re-installed them but I am still having the same issue.

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Acer :: Adding Intel 5300AGN Wifi To Travelmate 4230

Oct 12, 2009

I've been wanting to upgrade this laptop, but it seems very snappy even with "only" 1gb RAM and 1.6ghz C2D.

One area it does need improvement on is the built-in G wireless. I would like to upgrade this to an Intel 5300AGN, but the 4230 only has two antenna connectors (for those not in the know, the 5300 has three connectors). An option of course is to install the 5100.

Where can I find the thread on a mod to add a third antenna?

Slightly off topic... What's the best N router or WAP for the 5300 to exploit the 300-450mbps theoretical transfer rate?

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Dell :: Where To Buy Intel 5300

Apr 27, 2009

Where's the cheapest place to buy the intel 5300 wireless mini card for my xps 1530? Also, how much of a difference is it from the Dell Wireless 1395 mini card?

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Dell :: XPS 13 And Intel 5300 Card

Jun 25, 2009

I've installed a new network card on my xps 13. Used as 3rd antenna one of the wwan ones.

Installed the drivers, but after restart all system freezes and I cannot do anything.

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