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Windows 7: Looking for a wireless driver for Windows 7 64bit

13 Feb 2018   #1
ryguy7272

Windows7
 
 
Looking for a wireless driver for Windows 7 64bit

My ThinkPad WiFi driver is fading fast. The driver was in and out for a while; now it's mostly out. I would love to upgrade the driver, and make this thing more stable, but I don't know where to start (I have tried installing a couple Win7 WiFi drivers; none have solver the issue). Does someone out there have a recommendation for a driver that works well on a ThinkPad T430 machine? If so, please share a link! Thanks!!


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14 Feb 2018   #2
Megahertz07

Windows 7 HP 64
 
 

Fist we have to find what is the WiFi hardware code.
Open device manager, on network adapters, double click on the WiFi hardware.
On Details Tab choose Hardware ids. Click on fist line, right click and select copy.
It's something like PCI\VEN_168C&DEV_001A&SUBSYS_2052168C&REV_01
Paste the code here and Google the code to find the drivers for it.
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14 Feb 2018   #3
TechnoMage2016

Windows 7 Ultimate, SP1, x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ryguy7272 View Post
My ThinkPad WiFi driver is fading fast. The driver was in and out for a while; now it's mostly out. I would love to upgrade the driver, and make this thing more stable, but I don't know where to start (I have tried installing a couple Win7 WiFi drivers; none have solver the issue). Does someone out there have a recommendation for a driver that works well on a ThinkPad T430 machine? If so, please share a link! Thanks!!
A driver is a program, and typically drivers don't just go in and out. However hardware can and will often do exactly that, usually due to a bad connection or cold solder joint. A good tech could probably fix that for you.

Good Luck,
TechnoMage
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14 Feb 2018   #4
ryguy7272

Windows7
 
 

I ended up going here to run a scan on my machine and figure out which driver to install.
DriverIdentifier - The most simple & easy driver updating tool.

Thanks everyone!!
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