i download Intel wireless display softwere for my leptop from http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Pavilion-g6-Notebook-PC-series/5186808/model/5211... but while installing it shows this plz helpRead other answers
I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system
It's worked out well for many of us in the past.
You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)
Ok, I have a Toshiba Z835-P330 ultrabook with a 2nd Gen i3. I know most computers with the i3 are not WIDI capable, however, mine is. I can easily use WIDI when im running windows 7. When I switch to windows 8 however, WIDI isn't even available and it looks like the program/drivers are missing.
In what order do I download WIDI drivers and Software from Intel? I have had issues with WIDI before in win8 release preview, so instead of stumbling through it again, I'd like to get someone else's take. Any input/help is appreciated. Thanks!
UPDATED! - 4 Nov 2012
For those that had issues with Intel WiDi - here's the FINAL ANSWER for Windows 8.
Intel has recently posted their Windows 8 WiDi info and drivers since launch:
Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) in general requires the Intel HD Graphics 15.28, Intel PROSet/Wireless 15.5 for your chipset plus the Intel My WiFi Technology 15.5 (a.k.a. MWT, or My WiFi Dashboard 15.5), plus the latest Intel Wireless Display 3.5 software. See the Intel WiDi System Requirements - all software can be obtained from the Intel Download Center.
Note: Certain versions go together as well, e.g. WiFi 15.1.1 and WiDi 3.0.13 on Win8 Preview, or the latest versions as listed on Intel Centrino WiFi Products (new) with Intel WiDi 3.5.40+ (OEM provided i.e. HP, Dell, Toshiba, etc., or latest version from Intel, in Latest Downloads section here).
Finally, there are Intel Win8 drivers for Intel PROSet/Wireless for WiFi, Bluetooth + High-Speed, and Intel WiFi/WiMAX; check the related download pages to determine which driver supports your Intel WiFi card. Also, some notebooks may require the Intel Centrino OEM drivers in order to work properly. The Intel Driver Update Utility can also be used to automatically detect and install wireless drivers and software.
More info can be obtained on the Intel Wireless Products and Windows 8 page or the Intel Wireless Display page at http://www.intel.com/go/wirelessdisplay
UPDATE: The latest updates from Intel employee rradi: Enabling Wireless Display... Read more
Not quite solved...I have a Dell XPS15 (L502X) which has the Centrino Advanced-N 6230.
There are no 15.5 drivers for this one yet, not on Dell's site and not on Intel's site. I tried installing the ones from a file called
It gave me no installation error, but the driver on the device manager shows v188.8.131.52 (after installing the ones from that zip file downloaded from Intel). Interestingly enough, if I run the online "Intel? Driver Update Utility" it says i have the latest and shows 15.5....which is strange..
With this driver, when i click on "scan for adapters on Widi" it goes directly No adapters detected...instantaneously..it doesnt even try to search. With the previous driver it at least searched...sometimes found but never connected (to a PTV2000).
I want to ask question about Tecra W50-A-114. My boss bought this tecra because in specifications was listed it has Intel Wireless Display.
But now he want to use it, connect to projector, but there is missing buttons or aplications for it.
OS is Win 8.1
I tried to install Intel WiDi driver software from toshiba support pages for his Tecra w50, but installation finished with error that there is no supported graphics???
Ghaphics is Nvidia Quadro K2100.
Why I get error message there is no supported graphics when I use driver from autodetected toshiba support page, and also its in specifications that notebook has Intel Wireless Dispaly?
How can I make it work?
thank you for help.
Try the latest Wifi software from intel.com
Updating the Intel display driver may also help (from intel.com)
Apologies if this has been posted somewhere but i can't find it if it has.
I have a Qosmio F750-Q10 laptop and have recently purchased a Toshiba LED Smart TV that includes the Intel Wireless Display.
I am wondering if my laptop is able to use this piece of software as I have tried downloading the software from Intel's website and attempted an install.
However, when I try to install I get the error message;
This platform is not compatible with Intel Wireless Display"
Can anyone shed some light on this for me please?
Intel is the main company behind this function and they have a very nice document describing the necessary components and software to be able to set up WiDi.
You can find it here:
So check if your notebook?s hardware meets the Intel Wireless Display requirements
I recently installed windows 7 64 bit to my Sony vaio model vgnsz 430n was before vista 32 bit ,installation was fine but my screen shrink-ed ,
1)Display is smaller than before ( blank from sides ) cant make it full screen.
i try to adjust the display but the max i see is 1024 x68.
2)Mouse is not working , i cant slide the page up n down from touch pad , have to hold n drag from the side bar.
3)Skype Video & mic not working .
Im not very good on computer so please try to help with the video if possible .
Please help on this matter .
Thanks a ton .
Hi, have a look at this thread, see if it helps.
Sony VAIO vgn-sz430n drivers
I would say you need to head to Sony's website and download the relevant drivers.
Try to setup Window 10 Screen Mirroring and can not get WIFI connection for screen mirroring. I can do file and video sharing between the laptop and Sunsung smart TV. I had this working on another laptop but have not gotten my new HP Pavilion Notebook - 17-g141dx MODEL T8Z19UA to connect. The intel compatibility tool indicates the laptop is compatibile with WIDI. I downloaded SP72562 but the install never completes and I get no error msgs. The Control Panel does not show installation of WIDI either. I am at a lost here....Below is the screen capture of netsh wlan run command, I understand that the laptop does not support wifi direct for screen sharing without untilizing intel's WIDI software. Need next step to approach the WIDI installation. HP LaptopHP Pavilion Notebook - 17-g141dx MODEL T8Z19UAIntel processor Intel® Core? i3-5020U Processor Graphics: Intel(R) HD Graphics 5500 Driver 184.108.40.20660WIFI ADAPTER: REALTEK RTL8188EE 802.11 B/G/N WIFI ADAPTER Driver 2023.18.814.2015 netsh wlan show driverFIPS 140-2 mode supported : Yes 802.11w Management Frame Protection supported : Yes Hosted network supported : No Authentication and cipher supported in infrastructure mode: &nbs... Read more
Hi, From its specs, no WiDi support: http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c04936090 Have you run Intel WiDi check yet ? Please download and run on your computer: http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/emerging-technologies/000014931.html For example from my loan machine: After that, you can work out the next step(s). Regards.Read other 3 answers
I just purchased a Dell Inspiron N5050 laptop computerspecifically because I wanted a computer that would support WiDi (IntelWireless Display) to my HDTV. I had been under the assumption that all currentgeneration laptops included Intel Wireless Display technology.
After receiving the computer, I have just discovered thatthe wireless network card in this machine apparently does NOT support wirelessdisplay technology. Is there a way that I can replace the network card in thismachine with one that DOES support wireless display technology or at least addan additional card to the machine that supports wireless display? Or…am I stuckwith a machine that does not have the capability that I need? Thanks for any help.
Welcome to the Community.
To be able to use the Intel Wireless Display the system needs to have the following minimum requirement as given in this link below :
Replacing the wireless card(Dell Wireless card with Intel) or adding wireless card will not help as this feature should be enabled on the system from the factory.
If your system is within 21 days from the invoice date you may returm the system for full refund and re-order a system which supports the WiDi technology.
I am a user of a Satellite R630-105 (processor i3 M350). I would like to use this notebook with wireless connection to my plasma display on the wall. Recently I have heard about Intel wireless display technology connected to Netgear adapter as a wireless connection possibility to the monitor.
Can I use my computer with this technology? If yes, what is the process? If not, is there any alternative, using cable is very inconvenient. I am at beginner level.
Thanks very much, ahead.
> I would like to use this notebook with wireless connection to my plasma display on the wall.
Can you please tell me for which purposes you need this connection?
I mean what kind of data you want to transfer?
With other words what do you want to do exactly?
Hi I have an older model Intel Wireless Network card that was recently discontinued and I don't have the installation CD for it. And I was wondering if anyone could help me? The model number is G57005-002.
Windows 7 64bit
Is this card installed and running?
If it is you can download the Intel driver update utility which will search for your device and provide you with latest drivers.
Edited to add: When I did a Google search for this card I didn't find anything for the model you have posted.
Hi, i would like to know if its possible to install a Intel Dual Band Wireless-A?C 7260 Plus Bluetooth or other Wireless-A?C/Bluetooth on my HP Pavilion DV6-7084la. information about my BIOS:Update F.2D Rev. A - 1 de mar. de 2016Nombre de archivo: sp68425.exeDetalles de la versiónFecha de lanzamiento: 26 de ago. de 2014Versión F.2D Rev. A
No. Sorry. That model still has the HP BIOS whitelist which will prevent the laptop from booting if anything other than officially sanctioned wireless cards are installed. None of the approved devices is an ac type receiver. Some are combination wifi/bluetooth. Post back if you are interested in locating and installing one of them.Read other 1 answers
My Asus X51H did not come with a wireless card. So, I bought the Intel Pro 3945ABG and installed it. attached is a picture of my card
i have attached the antenna properly. the intel wireless manager can not switch it on and gives the error message (Attachment)
the wireless Fn-F2 does not turn it on and the wireless LED does not light.
this machine does nto have any other external switch for wireless.
i feel thsi is an issue that can be solved by covering one or more pins with a tape as in the case of the following thread:
however, my wireless card has different pin configuration as you can clearly see in the picture. does anyone have any idea which pin to cover with tape?
thanks for the help in advance.
###I have attached the photo of my wireless card and the error message screenshot.
my vendor tipped me about the pin to cover with tape. its pin 20.
i covered the pin 20 with scotch tape and put it back into the slot.
the card is working fine.
in case you can't find the pin 20, here is a diagram. the second pin from the notch at the bottom side of the card is pin20
you have to be careful not to cut the board while cutting the tape. covering the pin20 only is a tricky thing. it took to half an hour.
i have attached a pictorial description of the pins.
hey, after i installed my laptop to win 10, my intel graphics 4000 and AMD radeon 8670M stopped working and can update it or what ever with it , picture is so bad without driver, pls help me with it please....
gokul17 Hello;Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums! The Win10 Upgrade tool does a poor job of detecting PCs with multiple graphics chipsets (like yours) and, as a result, is unable to install the proper drivers for those chipsets to work.Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the problem you're up against is that Microsoft only supplies drivers with the most basic functionality, and what you really need for FULL functionality in laptops is the specialized drivers written for the specific hardware found in laptops -- and unfortunately, there are no HP Win10 drivers for your laptop.However, for MS-supplied drivers that aren't working well, you could consider using HP Win8 drivers -- although there's no guarantee that those drivers will work. Here's the link to the HP Product drivers and software page for Win8 for your PC: http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Pavilion-15-e000-Notebook-PC-series/5355006/model...If that page does not show Win8x when you open it, then click CHANGE and select Windows 8x using the pulldown.You might have to install the drivers using compatibility mode: http://www.windows10forums.com/articles/compatibility-mode.7/Good LuckRead other 2 answers
I'm running Windows 7 64 bit with a Core I3-2100, using the integrated graphics solution with a connection to my HDTV.
I tried to set it to 1920x1080, which took some finagling, but eventually worked. naturally, all the text was too small, so i changed the setting to make the text 125% larger.
but now even though the display driver says it's at 1920x1080, instead of keeping everything on the screen and increasing the text size, it looks like the screen is zoomed in at 125%, so the outer edges of my desktop are essentially outside of the screen (i.e. not visible).
so i tried to change the setting back to 100% for text size, but now it won't change back. so the outer edge of my screen is now not visible.
anyone run into this problem before? any solutions? i've updated the intel drivers, used vga and hdmi outputs, reinstalled the drivers. is this a windows problem or an intel problem?
i had this problem but ive changed the resolution manually throgh the nvidia control panel.... youve connected it with HDMI???Read other 5 answers
I've purchased a new computer, namely an i3 540 on a Gigabyte H55M-S2H, without a dedicated graphics card. When I install Intel's drivers and restart (no matter which driver, I've tried them all, from both GB and Intel) Instead of my desktop I will get a black screen after the windows (7 64bit pro) logo at startup.
Thanks for any help!
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Everytime I use explorer on my Toshiba Satellite laptop, my screen turns black and then displays the the intel graphics accelerator drivers has stopped responding and has recovered. Im very frustrated with this as to it is really causing my pc to not work properly. Any input would be very helpful. Thx.
Quote: Originally Posted by dcortes8489
Everytime I use explorer on my Toshiba Satellite laptop, my screen turns black and then displays the the intel graphics accelerator drivers has stopped responding and has recovered. Im very frustrated with this as to it is really causing my pc to not work properly. Any input would be very helpful. Thx.
Hi dcortes8489.... welcome to the forum
you could try & reinstall the driver in ''safe mode'' the original install may be corrupted somehow....
how hot is your laptop..?? heat could be causing the GFX unit to fail & recover....
I have a Gateway MD78 series laptop with Vista x64 Home Premium SP2 and Display Adapter: Intel(4) Series Express Chipset. The driver is version 220.127.116.119_Vistax86x86.
It all started with a horizontally stretched display and a yellow flag on the display adapter device table. After many hours of fooling around I was able to download a new driver from Gateway that solved the problem but found that whenever I rebooted the notebook, Vista tried to re-install the driver that failed. Originally I worked around by de-selecting the auto updates.
Now, I am unable to re-install the driver or fix the problem. The error message shows "Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The driver may be corrupted or missing (Code 39). Sometimes when I try and re-install the driver it gives me a message that I already have the latest version, even though I had previously uninstalled it. Worse, it now shows a yellow flag for other devices including: Video Controller, Ethernet Controller and Mass Storage Controller.
I have run Spybot and eliminated several problems (8).
Any help or tips you can offer would be greatly appreciated.
Stop wasting time with the Windows Update, that is Never the way to update drivers. Although it is th easiest.
Update does not give you the best driver, but rather a generic, one size fits all
How to Find Drivers
search Google for the name of the driver
- compare the Google results with what's installed on your system to figure out which device/program it belongs to
- visit the web site of the manufacturer of the hardware/program to get the latest drivers (DON'T use Windows Update or the Update driver function of Device Manager).
- if there are difficulties in locating them, post back with questions and someone - will help you search Google for the name of the driver
- compare the Google results with what's installed on your system to figure out which device/program it belongs to
- - if there are difficulties in locating them, post back with questions and someone will try and help you locate the appropriate program.
- The most common drivers are listed on this page: http://www.carrona.org/dvrref.html
- - Driver manufacturer links are on this page: http://www.carrona.org/drvrdown.html
To remove any left over driver remnants, especially from graphics cards, use driver sweeper
You can also locate information about your driver using this information
So I was installing windows xp on a dell 4300, I was basically done when suddenly the monitor went black and said it can't display the content (dell E207WFP), anyways, I tried some other old 15" dell monitor lcd, same problem. I am repairing the installation now, but I have no idea how to fix the problem if I can't see the screen. I have other computers at my disposal, but since I have no idea how far along the setup is (it is close to done, I think just setting up the accounts left). Please Help!
I work as a support analyst at Dell headquarters, and saw that you could possible use a hand.
Are you using onboard video on this system, or does it have a video card? Can you see the Dell splash screen when it first boots up? If so, hit F8 a few times as soon as the screen goes black from that to see if you can get into safe mode. If you can, you may have a driver problem.
Worst case scenario is a blown video card. If your other systems have video cards as well, you might swap video cards with this one and see if the problem follows the card.
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i have downloaded intel high definition graphices for my lap top hp g6 1147sx but i cant install it on my system iam using windows7 64bit operating system and show me message says that this computer doesnot meet the mininum requirmenets for installing the software, can any one send my accurate link help my install this properly, thanks in advance
Hi: According to the specs I found regarding your notebook, it comes with the Intel/AMD switchable graphics. http://www.freecomp.net/m_pages/lapspec.aspx?a=G6-1147sx The only driver you can install is the AMD graphics driver found on your notebook's support and driver page. That is a custom driver that installs both the Intel and AMD graphics adapters. The Intel graphics driver is only for notebooks with just the Intel graphics, which is why it is not installing. Do not attempt to force the driver to install, or allow windows update to install an updated Intel graphics driver, or the switchable graphics will no longer function.Read other 7 answers
I'm attempting to do another clean install of Win XP Pro x64 on an Intel DX58SO motherboard in RAID 5 with four SATA 500GB Seagate Barracuda drives. The problem I have is that windows defaults to the drive letter "I" for the RAID. I would like it to be "C" drive. I've attempted to change the drive letter after the install, but the system won't allow drive letter changes to the system disk. Is there a solution to this issue? Thank you in advance for your assistance.
What type of RAID are you installing 0, 1, 5 etc? Are you doing a Striped set, MIrror etc? Make sure you have no other external drives (USB, SD, Flash etc) installed at the time, Other then the CD/DVD drives, At the partition information window during the install, it will tell you what drive letter it is going to install to.Read other 3 answers
Hello, I have problem with my probook 470 g3. Sometimes audio driver freeze audio settings. When audio settings freeze I can't play youtube stopping video and can't set volume level. When set audio level it's freeze immediately. Must restart system to back normal. Sometimes I have bluescreen. When laptop in sleep, i turn on but laptop can't turn fans go to max speed and laptop restart. Bluescreens logs http://i.imgur.com/kvciwG0.png http://i.imgur.com/QThDzGV.png http://i.imgur.com/iSvNjAM.png http://i.imgur.com/ps4OBvi.png Problem is display audio driver version 18.104.22.1681.
Solved problem with installing new driver graphics, intel managment engine. Intel driver back to 22.214.171.1242.Read other 1 answers
Hi I have Lenovo IndeaCentre K210 system with 3GB RAM, 500G HD with the video adapter integrated in the Intel Chipset31/33.
I also have a Viewsonic VX2433 Model VS12324 monitor and the problem that I have is when I open some applications (like Taxcut), the lines on the display (screen), do not line up properly.
For example if there is a YES and NO box to be checked off, the YES box would line up next to the NO Box and the NO Box would line up under the NO box (next to nothing), instead of being next to the NO Box.
This is not only annoying but it is causing/creating problems especially when I work with with the Taxcut program becauses (with things not lined up properly), I am not sure where the correct entry should be made?
I updated the Viewsonic VX2433 driver and installed the most current Intel Chipset driver but the problem still continues.
I contacted Viewsonic and they advised me "the lining up of the boxes is coming not from the monitor but the incoming signal (video card issue)" so it appears that I may need to purchase a new video/graphics adapter and would appreciate your help.
My questions are:
- Do I really need a new video adaper?
- If so, WHAT video card would you suggest that I look at for a configuration of a Lenovo IdeaCentre K210 53134BU system with an integrated Intel Chipset31/33 (video adapter) and a Viewsonic display?
Thank you in advance for your help,
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Hi...I'm running Win7 Home Premium (64-bit), 8Gb RAM, with the chip:
Intel Core i7 2600K @ 3.40GHz
Sandy Bridge 32nm Technology
Graphics is not dedicated and is handled via this Intel chip.
During Windows Updates, MS ones download perfectly.
However, I also get an additional 'optional' update named: 'Intel Corporation - Display - Intel(R) HD Graphics'
This has never succeeded in downloading.
The MS explanation is always the same: possible interruption from my connection to their server...yet never any interruption when I download MS updates at exactly the same time!
After that, I get the usual 'download Mr Fix It' software which proves itself to be utterly useless in helping me find why the download is not succeeding.
I run Avast anti-virus and Zone Alarm firewall...but I can't figure out if they are somehow preventing the download.
I'd appreciate any help on this....
Hi again...forgot to mention: Code Error: 800F0203 is what shows, but may as well be in Klingon...Read other 9 answers
When I upgraded from Win 8.0 to Win 8.1 I lost control of brightness. So display is always on Full 100% which hurts my eyes and burns through battery charges in less than 2 hours. Lenovo solution was to rollback video driver for the Intel HD Graphics 4000 to the 8.0 version. Then I upgraded to Win 10 because Lenovo said it was compatible. I totally lost the ability to adjust brightness again. This time, when I tried to rollback to 8.0 video driver, I lost all screen functions and had to do a major reinstall of Windows! Here is the kicker, there appears to be no solution on the Lenovo website, but dig this, I was just told if I pay $69.00 for a software technician to take control of my machine, they can "surely fix it". When I asked why won't they post the solution on the forums and FAQs for the Windows 10 users, the sales person (yes, more sales than tech support) repeated an endless script of my options to provide a credit card that will surely fix my problem as the software technicians are very familiar with the problem. So here is the ask: Has anyone gained the secret knowledge that Lenovo has monetized to get their Windows 10 laptops to work right and are you willing to share it? P.S. Lenovo Company Message Board Manager: you may want to address this with your superiors as a serious customer relations fail.
I have upgraded to win 10 anniversary edition and the problem persist. pls helpRead other 1 answers
build 7600 windows ultimate
I know i'm not the first experiencing trouble with this wireless card, but I feel like I have read through all the threads with similar problems. That's why i'm starting a new thread, but if anyone know of any existing threads that can solve my problem that would be great.
The problem I have with my wireless is that it suddenly stops working. It usually works after I restart, or after hibernation, sometimes the wireless stops working after i start the web browser, and other times it can work for a few hours. Often it would stop working when streaming or when connecting to a poker client.
This might be a driver related issue, but I have tried several drivers and I even found one that windows notified me to be correctly installed. I know there's nothing wrong with the router, because we have several laptops working perfectly with the router.
I did take a few screenshots, two of the ipconfig command with and without the wireless on.
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Earlier today I discovered that the wireless worked when the power wasn't plugged in. So if i run on battery the wireless seems to work fine. This is a recent discovery that might not be accurate.
Hope you guys can help me!
Try uninstalling the drivers from Device Manager, and rebooting. Let Windows automatically install the drivers.
After fighting connection problems for several days I re-installed. During the loading of Windows XP the error message was the file NETwLx32.sys was needed. I downloaded a version and then got the error: "The file 'NETwLc32.dll on Intel wireless WiFi link install disk is needed."
Don't have the disk, and don't know where to get the file. Also, I admit, I don't know what's going on. I had assumed the original file was part of the driver for the Wireless and somehow was corrupted.
But, it's time for me to back off. I'm not making progress and sure would be happy if someone would be able to help solve this.
Thanks, and regards,
System manufacturer and model?
From what website...did you download the file you installed?
For info only, http://systemexplorer.net/file-database/file/netwlx32-sys .
Intel(R) 82915G/GV/910GL Express Chipset Family [Display adapter]
i went to dell to download the driver it doesnt let me do it, i tried to update it, and io cant. help please?!!!
I get this error over 10 times a day: display driver stopped responding and has recovered. Display driver Intel HD Graphics Drivers for windows 8® stopped responding and has successfully recovered.
Usually this happens when using firefox and gives me a black firefox window. Usually I can hit F11 to go full screen and back to restore everything to functioning. However sometimes firefox locks up, and other times, without any error at all, my mouse gets slow and then the whole computer locks up requiring a hard reset.
Windows Home 10, x64.
Acer Aspire VN7-791G
8 GB Ram
Intel HD Graphics 4600
also Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M (but I don't think it is ever active)
My laptop is an I updated to windows 10 immediately when purchasing this laptop.
Apparently Acer has a "special" intel graphics driver, when I tried to update to the newest generic Intel driver I got the message that I have to use the driver Acer customized for my laptop, I can't use the OEM.
I would be grateful for any knowledgeable advice.
Hello,I have a T460S laptop and it is currently running Intel graphics driver 126.96.36.19934 (and no problems exist that I know of, and I use a projector and/or an external monitor with it).I am currently being offered driver version 188.8.131.5290 by Lenovo's System Update program. When I attempt to download and install the new driver, it results in a "package did not download" message. When I download the driver package from Lenovo's website and attempt to install it, I get a message that some of the files are older than the ones currently installed, do I want to overwrite the existing files, which I answer "No" to:Any Thoughts?Thanks ahead of time!Read other answers
Dear Lenovo fellows, I'm facing an issue with a brand new T460s. This laptop has been set on a docking with 2 monitors in order to extend the display. Actually, on this mode, this works perfectly. Sadly, as soon as I take the laptop off the docking, or start it without the docking or an external monitor attached, the laptop screen stays black. When I start the laptop, the lenovo logo appears, the Windows boot logo shows at boot and then black screen again. I've tried the shortcuts (Windows P) to change the view but nothing occurs. The only way to make it work was to uninstall the Intel drivers and come back to Default MIcrosoft standard drivers which doesn't allow duplicate screen. I've tried to update the drivers to the latest version, including the original Intel drivers but still, not working. I've reinstall the whole O/S using the factory CD's and it's the same problem. The funniest thing is at this moment, we found a very old driver from Intel that works. But after a few reboots, Windows 10 finds a newest and install it, even if we deactivate the function to update the drivers in Windwos Update. So it's a never ending loop. The driver gets updated and the problem comes back again. Does anyone of you had such experience and have an idea on how to solve it? this is quite annoying to not be able to use a laptop. Cheers,poyRead other answers
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Dear Lenovo fellows, I'm facing an issue with a brand new T460s. This laptop has been set on a docking with 2 monitors in order to extend the display. Actually, on this mode, this works perfectly. Sadly, as soon as I take the laptop off the docking, or start it without the docking or an external monitor attached, the laptop screen stays black. When I start the laptop, the lenovo logo appears, the Windows boot logo shows at boot and then black screen again. I've tried the shortcuts (Windows P) to change the view but nothing occurs. The only way to make it work was to uninstall the Intel drivers and come back to Default MIcrosoft standard drivers which doesn't allow duplicate screen. I've tried to update the drivers to the latest version, including the original Intel drivers but still, not working. I've reinstall the whole O/S using the factory CD's and it's the same problem. The funniest thing is at this moment, we found a very old driver from Intel that works. But after a few reboots, Windows 10 finds a newest and install it, even if we deactivate the function to update the drivers in Windwos Update. So it's a never ending loop. The driver gets updated and the problem comes back again. Does anyone of you had such experience and have an idea on how to solve it? this is quite annoying to not be able to use a laptop. Cheers,poy
Sounds like a bad Intel Driver, but you can configure Windows 10 to not automatically install drivers, which might be a workaround until Intel and Lenovo address the issue. Stop automatic driver updates on Windows 10http://winsupersite.com/windows-10/stop-automatic-driver-updates-windows-10 Good Luck,Read other 9 answers
I have encoutered another problem on the xps 9560.
The Intel audio display driver is causing a problem with explorer.exe and it will dramatically slow down "devices and printers" in windows 10 x64.
After deleting the intel display audio driver in device manager the cpu usage is normal after opening "devices and printers".
Does someone has the same issue ?
Is there a fix for the intel display audio driver ?
I have an Intel Wireless Network that I have had for about 6 months. I have my desktop as my server and my laptop as my client. The desktop is running XP and the laptop, ME. I have a DSL connection also. It has been running flawlessly up until I had to reformat my laptop AND my desktop. Bad luck you might say. Before this my laptop would surf the net almost as fast as the desktop. Now, after reinstalling everything and updating all the drivers back to where they were, the laptop surfs the net slower than a 56k connection! I have been back and forth with Intel via email and nothing they say to try helps. I have manually put in IP addresses and gateways on both PC's and uninstalled unnecessary networking components in windows. What would cause this to happen just by reformatting. Both PC's are in the same place as they were before. Nothing has changed. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
I am trying to update my intel(r) pro/wireless 3945abg to a newer version which is 16. and date 2013 and my version is 13. but when i download those updates from intel page i am stucked on the same version,help please
Hi there .. Uninstall the Drivers first ...
Do not restart your computer until you followed all the steps bellow. This will clean all profiles from your system and network password will need to be re-entered.
1 Remove the Intel? PROSet software from Control Panel\Add Remove Programs if present, and select not to save any Profiles or user data.
2 Go to Start\settings\control panel\system\hardware tab\device manager-button\?Network Adapters?\Double-Click the adapter name\Drivers Tab and click on the ?Uninstall Drivers? button.
Remove the Wireless folder found at C:\Documents and Settings\YOUR_PROFILE_NAME\Application Data\Intel.
Install the latest drivers. (Double-click on the icon of the driver first the Wireless__Dx32.exe then the Wireless__x32.exe)
Click on the Intel? PROSet wireless tools to connect to your wireless network.
i need to install sp2 for various reason like us all but most importantly so stop my wireless connection from dropping.
When I install sp2 and my pc restarts the whole display changes, with distorted colours etc and it makes this hard to see whats going on.
I then installed all drivers which were needed but to no avail.
Ran a system restore and tried again, this time loading the drivers first and then sp2, same problem, same restore
I have an S3 graphics pro savage ddr on a ms6787 intel pentium 4 board, 2.66ghz
please anyone help me, thanks
I have heard installing sp2 in safe mode helps w/ many of these weird sp2 quirks...Read other 1 answers
After installing Win7 Prof x64 everything with WiFi was working correctly. Yesterday I wanted to try Vista x64 driver with Connection Utility. In the device manager it shows that device is working corectly but in fact it is not working at all. Uninstalling connection utility didn't help and windows cannot find any driver at the HDD or in windows update.
Any idea what could be done to fix it?
Uninstall it totally, restart, and let Windows reinstall it.Read other 9 answers
I am new here. I'm not even sure if this question is in the correct forum (I hope so). I have a Toshiba Satellite A305 laptop that I purchased a few months ago. In the last month, the wireless connection has been dropping like mad ! And more recently, when it drops, it says it can't find any wireless networks. I then have to perform a hard shut off (by holding the power button till it powers down) and wait a few minutes to turn it back on. I have uninstalled the wireless adapter and then reinstalled it and that didn't work either. Also, all the drivers are up to date. I am very frustrated at this point and don't know what to do. Any help that anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated !!
It is always a VERY good idea to check the microfilters (if using ADSL) which are fitted into your phone sockets and make certain that you have microfilters in any socket in the house. Microfilters are very cheap to get hold of and its worth having a few spare.
I have got an X240 with Intel PRO/Wireless N7260. Today when I use System Update to update the software/driver, it asked for a file "Driver.msi" and I do not have it. I have no other option except pressing the "Cancel" button, it failed with Error 000006B2. Then I tried download the .exe update file from the support site, it failed similarly. Basically, it says that it cannot remove the old version PRO/Wireless driver. Probably because I have recently cleaned the system drive with the Windows OS clean drive utility? Checked from the device manager, currently I am having the V184.108.40.206 (2015-04-12) version installed.The version System Update tried for me is V18.12.0. Any way to work around this? Thanks.
Found a workaround eventually:- make sure you are online- goto "Device Manager"- expand "Network Adaptor"- select "Intel(R) Wireless-N 7260"- right-click and choose "Update Driver Software ..." Windows will the do the update for you without the need for the "missing driver.msi". Have fun! W.K. LoRead other 1 answers
Hello there everyone,I am experiencing a strange problem with my y510p. I can properly connect to the internet via wifi, I have sorted out a few config problems which prevented me from connecting, but recently I am getting worried by the network card's behavior. I have recently upgraded to Windows 8.1 (I don't think that's the cause of my issue, but just in case). I noticed that my throughput was, according to Intel's PROSet Wireless WiFi Connection Utility, of about 130 mbps on wireless-n, at about 1 meter away (seriously) from the modem, which is clearly able to do high-speed 802.11n, because the model is kind of new. This modem came from the ISP with two different SSID-s active, and it's able to do 4, so I thought that I could merge the two active networks (set the same SSID and settings on both). Then I set 3 SSID-s active (all identical), then 4, then just 1, and I kept testing this way to see if I could get 270mbps. Not a chance, it stayed at 130. Eventually I found the solution. The system upgrade had set the network adapter settings back to 20mhz only, so I set it back to auto and I started to get 270mbps (intermittent speed) again. But... that didn't sort everything out. I was running an Ookla Speed Test and getting normal speeds when I noticed a slight clicking noise coming from the laptop. And it was absolutely NOT the hard disk. I could hear the hard disk making its usual sounds, and the other noise came from another side of the computer. The noise stopped wh... Read more
hi M B.,
Welcome to the Forums.
That's indeed odd if the clicking noise is comming from the wireless card. One thing that you can try is to re-seat the wireless antenna cables (see page 42 of the hardware maintenance manual).
As for the hard drive, to ensure that it's not the one that's making the clicking noise, try to disable the wireless connection run a diagnostic on the drive (i.e. via HD Tune) or put a load on it (i.e. via CrystalDiskmark) and observe.
I have reinstalled to the most recent utility from Intel also deleted the said profile but still not able to connect to the profile network.I am able to connect to an unsecured network close to me with no problem, I have two seperate wifi networks and both profiles have the same problem. my wifi printer is able to connect to the network no problem. I lost for solutions.
I have Intel adapter 4965AGN in a Sony Viao running WinXP Home SP3
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Hi! First of all, I'm sorry if my English is bad. My laptop is running on Windows 8.1 Single Language. I just bought this about a month ago and I'm having this weird problem.
Cases that my network adapter connects to my computer:
1.) After restart
2.) When the network adapter successfully starts and then shut the computer down then start it again
Cases that my network adapter does not connect to my computer:
1.) Turning the computer on after a few hours from the last shutdown
I have done the following things:
1.) Update the driver
2.) Not allowing the computer to turn off the network adapter
3.) Uninstall and reinstall network adapter
4.) Release and renew IPv4 address
5.) Disable Proset services
6.) Disable Bluetooth driver and services
7.) Set WLAN AutoConfig to automatically start
Is this a hardware related problem or a driver problem? Do you know how to fix this?
Not enough information regarding which model of wireless adapter you have, what mfg & model of router/gateway. Download Speccy from piriform.com and post the URL it gives you after you run the tool.Read other 13 answers
My laptop is a dell inspiron 14r N4010 which is installed on win 7. One day, all of a sudden my windows was unable to boot. I force powered off the computer and upon restarting i got an error message that a recent h/w or s/w change has caused windows unable to boot. I tried system restore but no avail. I went ahead and reinstalled Windows 7 on my laptop and i could see that upon installing the Intel Graphics driver , I started to face the same issue again. Upon startup recovery, i get the following message:
Root cause found:
"A recent driver installation or upgrade may be preventing the system from starting "
Repair action: System files integrity check and repair
Result: Failed . Error code= 0x4005
Since I've zeroed in on identifying it to be the graphics driver issue, the question is how do i get the driver installed and have my system working. Without the driver, my screen looks ugly with the 800x600 resolution.
Also, I've been usng the same driver till the day my system first crashed with this issue. Can anyone please comment on how to get over this issue?
Hi Welcome to Seven Forums .. Which Driver have you been using ... ?
Was the Driver from the Dell Website ... You are looking for the Latest Intel series 4 Chipset Driver ..
Or do you just use Windows to update your Drivers ... ?
Tonight i built and set up the aforementioned Nuc pc and installed windows 7. However some of the drivers arent installing like the integrated hd 5500 graphics driver and the engine management one. These 2 pop up in my windows update as "important updates" but i get failed messages when i try and install them.
I regard Windows Update as a last resort for installing drivers, and suggest installing the drivers supplied by Intel for the board:
If you have had driver installs fail, it may be necessary to boot into Safe Mode and delete failed installations from Device Manager and install again if you continue to have installs fail.
I'm using a Dell Inspiron 1100 with Windows XP Pro (SP 2). First of all, my original problem had been switching the display from my laptop's LCD monitor to my external CRT monitor (single display, not dual display, because as far as I know, Inspiron 1100's don't support the extended desktop feature). Anyway, I figured out how to get the external CRT to be the primary display (by way of the Fn + F-number key feature on my latop's keyboard. It works and all, but I'm unable to switch the displays manualy using WIndows XP (Properties > Settings > ...). I used to be able to go into the settings and manually select which display I wanted. I also have an S-Video-to-TV video-in video cable, and I had even been able to manually select that to put the display on my TV. At this time, I can no longer find that feature, so I figured it must be something with my vide card or the graphics drivers. I was trying to reinstall the 2 graphics drivers that I was instructed to by Dell's website ( Drivers and Downloads for Dell Inspiron 1100). But each time I tried to install them, I was given error messages that said I didn't have the propper hardware ( error message 1 and error message 2). I am completely baffled as to why I would get these messages, because I've reinstalled Windows XP Pro on my laptop plenty of times (for my own reasons) and I've never encountered a problem like that. Any ideas as to why I would be geting those 2 messages?
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What type of video adapter is installed? You may get better results with reference drivers from the manufacturer of that chip.Read other 4 answers