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INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card

v3.07.02.2005 - as used by TOSHiBA, PACKARD BELL, BENQ, ACER

  • DOWNLOAD (~525kb) for Windows 98, ME, 2000 and Windows XP 32bit & 64bit
  • this is probably the last release ever as INPROCOMM doesn't exist anymore
  • no Setup.exe, INF only install (use "HaveDisk"-method)
  • WHQL, English only (*NOTE*: i added all known SUBSYS_IDs for this device, so the INF obviously no more is WHQL due to this change)
    Now supports:
    PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_222017FE ; ACER Aspire 1520 INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_222017FE ; PACKARD BELL A5x INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_03051468 ; BENQ Joybook S52 INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_03101468 ; TOSHiBA L15-S104 INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220 ; Generic IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Card

v3.03.11.2004 - TOSHiBA/PACKARDBELL/BENQ

  • DOWNLOAD (not available anymore) (~287kb) for Windows 2000 and XP (32bit) and *new* XP (AMD64bit)
  • WHQL, English only
  • no Setup.exe, INF only install (use "HaveDisk"-method)
  • Changelog:
    1. It won't Install UI in WinXP. By default, we use XP WZC.
    2. Fix Rx sensitivity issue.
    3. Change PCI_Vendor_Device_ID to 17FE222003101468 from 17FE2220222017FE.
    (Foxconn assigned an ID:[03101468] for Toshiba.)
    4. Fix S1/S3 halt issue on Toshiba EW3 notebook PC.
    5.Pass HCT.12 fully test.
  • Supports:
    IPN2220.DeviceDesc          = "INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card"
    %INPROCOMM.DeviceDesc% = IPN2220.ndi,  PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_03101468    ; INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    %INPROCOMM.DeviceDesc% = IPN2220.ndi,  PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_222017FE    ; INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    %INPROCOMM.DeviceDesc% = IPN2220,ndi,  PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220&SUBSYS_03051468    ; INPROCOMM IPN2220 Wireless LAN Card
    %IPN2220.DeviceDesc%   = IPN2220.ndi,  PCI\VEN_17FE&DEV_2220                    ; Generic IEEE 802.11b/g Wireless LAN Card
  • *UPDATE* 13-MAY-2005 the INF for 2K and XP 32bit now supports TOSHiBA, Packard Bell, BenQ and generic models. Also i merged the AMD 64bit version (.SYS has same version number), which was provided by 'Rafael Rivera' over @ www.extended64.com and was only tested on RTM 1830 of XP64bit. You can now enjoy an all-in-one-package :)

(872DLs)

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xux99

DriverGuide has Inprocomm IPN2220 drivers for 32bit and 64bit Windows versions.

Edited by xux99

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Guest jd

Wondering if anybody has been able to make ANY of the available

64 bit windXP drivers work with ndiswrapper on AMD 64 bit Fedora 7.

I have tried two 64 bit winXP drivers for the IPN-2220 -

1 from amd64planet.com and 1 from Toshiba. Nether one was

able to connect with my Netgear wgt624 router

Funny thig is, using the Toshiba driver, I was able to associate

with the SSID - but still unable to get an IP address.

the dhclient would give up and exit after 5 tries.

Using the amd64planet winXP driver, I was not able to associate

with the SSID, let alone get an IP address.

JD

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Guest Flawd

I know this is a real old post, but I just wanted to say thanks for this driver. I was having trouble finding it, and it worked great!

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Guest Guest

Thanks for the driver v3.07.02.2005

I have an Acer 1670 ( 1673 WLMi ) with IPN2220 wireless LAN card.

After Windows update to XP Service Pack 3 the connection did not work any more.

I download your driver and now everything works well.

Paolo

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Guest guest_Vienna

Many many thanks, this was a great help for updating an Acer Aspire 1410. Could not find driver anywhere else!

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Guest Razza

Thanks for this, it has meant I haven't had to buy a new network card for my old Toshiba. Works with XP SP3. Fantastic.

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Guest hoxtonhopper

Wifi wasn't working on my Acer Aspire 1800, and Acer's website is only offering a 2004 driver that doesn't support WPA. Your driver did the trick. Thanks!

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Guest paul

Hi,

I had the same issue with xp sp3 update wiped out my wireless connection. This driver worked a treat.

Many Thanks,

Paul

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Guest piero

this card not support WPA ...is this real?

Is this driver suppose to fix the wpa issue? After updating the old driver with this new one; the wpa still doesnt seemto connect...

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Guest Polo

Wonderfull, unfortunetly the .zip file was corrupted but I found this driver on an other site. Anyway, thanks for the tip !!

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Guest German Guest

Thank you very much, it works also with a Targa Traveller 826 Notebook with WinXP SP3

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