|26 Sep 2012||#1|
| || |
Wireless Card Driver Update breaks Ad-Hoc connectivity
I currently am running a intel centrino n-1000 wireless card in a lenovo laptop. Im trying to either create or join and ad-hoc network, and the most recent version of my drivers will not allow this. I say drivers because when I roll back the drivers, I could create or join an ad-hoc network. But during some driver updates, the old driver version was erased and I'm stuck with the most recent version.
Is there some way I could reinstall the old drivers, or find them to download?
|My System Specs|
|Similar help and support threads for2: Wireless Card Driver Update breaks Ad-Hoc connectivity|
|Loss of wireless connectivity windows 7 HP 64-bit (after update)||Network & Sharing|
|wireless card driver||Drivers|
|wireless connectivity problems after windows update||Network & Sharing|
|Can't update drivers of my wireless card?||Windows Updates & Activation|
|Wireless card driver update SLOWED my internet speed drastically||Network & Sharing|
|EDUP PCI Wireless LAN Card Driver||Drivers|
|Wireless card driver problems||Drivers|