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M_P_E

Update:

Found another newer :) WHQL Certified Driver over at Station-Drivers.

Date: 03/04/2009

Version: 12.4.0.21

WHQL: Yes

MD5: 50BF82018C20542B63D333F23229D819

greetings

M_P_E

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veritas72
Update:

Found another newer :) WHQL Certified Driver over at Station-Drivers.

Date: 03/04/2009

Version: 12.4.0.21

WHQL: Yes

MD5: 50BF82018C20542B63D333F23229D819

greetings

M_P_E

have you (or anyone else) tested this driver? after updating to it, although it seems to improve my DPC latency, I am unable to actually connect, and only get limited connectivity. any one else experience this behavior? Win 7x64 7068, intel wifi 5300. either way, i get two spikes at around 2000 us approximately every 30 seconds.

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M_P_E

I tested it but with XP and Vista x64 SP1. No Problems. It might be a reason with Beta of Seven.

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mobilenvidia

Uploading 12.4.0.21 now :)

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Guest d_s damn cookies!
have you (or anyone else) tested this driver? after updating to it, although it seems to improve my DPC latency, I am unable to actually connect, and only get limited connectivity. any one else experience this behavior? Win 7x64 7068, intel wifi 5300. either way, i get two spikes at around 2000 us approximately every 30 seconds.

It was nice in the beginning, now after a few hours sound stuttered once (once, only once, when launching Firefox) again, and latency is going up... 1000-3000 for now... we'll see how it'll be in the morning. eh :/

No limited-connectivity issue here though.

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Guest d_s

Okay, this driver also sucks :/ I've left my PC running all night, now DPC Latency is like 8000-45000 o.O huh :)

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Nicram

On my 4965 agn newest (12.4.0.21) drivers are working fine. DPC Latency checker show about 90-120 Sometimes it goes to something about 1600, but it;s 1 time per 30 seconds. And laptop is working for about 2 days so i think those drivers are fine with me :)

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dark_skeleton
On my 4965 agn newest (12.4.0.21) drivers are working fine. DPC Latency checker show about 90-120 Sometimes it goes to something about 1600, but it;s 1 time per 30 seconds. And laptop is working for about 2 days so i think those drivers are fine with me :)

Yeah, when I disable wifi I'm getting latencies like 500-1k :/ wth is happening to this notebook?...

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dark_skeleton

Bump! Official 8.20 REV: C / 12.4.0.21 update for HP notebooks >> HERE

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3dK©

Latest WIFI drivers

v.12.4.3.9 Vista x86/x64 DriverVer = 05/28/2009,12.4.3.9

Hi guys. Just downloaded those drivers, and my Wi-Fi LED doesn't work!

Could someone help me :) please!

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mobilenvidia

Added v13.0.0.107

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d3v

I Just popped in and found that the newest drivers listed were for Vista only.

Intel don't show these for XP but they do have a download for the previous ones that you listed for Vista only:-

Microsoft Windows XP 32-Bit Drivers for Intel® WiFi adapters: v12.4.3.9

Microsoft Windows XP 64-Bit Drivers for Intel® WiFi adapters: v12.4.3.9

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mobilenvidia

I Just popped in and found that the newest drivers listed were for Vista only.

Intel don't show these for XP but they do have a download for the previous ones that you listed for Vista only:-

Microsoft Windows XP 32-Bit Drivers for Intel® WiFi adapters: v12.4.3.9

Microsoft Windows XP 64-Bit Drivers for Intel® WiFi adapters: v12.4.3.9

13.0.0.107 is compatible with XP, Vista and Win7 in both 32 and 64 bit versions

Check inside the driver there are 3 directories with the different versions.

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d3v

13.0.0.107 is compatible with XP, Vista and Win7 in both 32 and 64 bit versions

Check inside the driver there are 3 directories with the different versions.

Thanks.

I nearly downloaded but didn't, as it wasn't listed as being for "XP".

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mobilenvidia

Can I install this driver, when I have a "Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945 ABG"?

Should work just fine, but these are optimised for the i5xxx range of WLAN cards and Win7

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Guest Kiko

How did you publish this latest driver v13.0.0.107? It's not on the Intel website nor any other place on the net.

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mobilenvidia

How did you publish this latest driver v13.0.0.107? It's not on the Intel website nor any other place on the net.

I have ways of finding these

The secret is in the 11x Herbs and Spices :)

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e2zippo

Thanks for these links! I had a pretty old driver!

Now if i could just get my IDT audio working well :)

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The Lost One
13.?1.?1.?0 drivers have been released.

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mobilenvidia

13.?1.?1.?0 drivers have been released.

13.1.1.1 also released and in the list.

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The Lost One

Yeah, you're right.

Too bad that Intel® My WiFi  still isn't supported by the 3945ABG card.

Edit: You forgot to change the topic's title.

Edited by The Lost One

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