Intel 1030 Wireless Driver Download Install Update
I am having a problem with my new 50mb wifi conection and wireless N. In fact they were quite pathetic. I could only get a average of. If i dissabled Wireless N and used wireless G, the connection would be about 17mbs.
After hours of changing settings and playing around with router settings and wifi settings i couldnt get the wireless N to work at even close to acceptible speeds In my last attempt to get it to work i decided to go into device manager and dissable the bluetooth device completely on the Intel Centrino Wireless-N and volia!
More than acceptible speeds right away! Solid connection and super fast I went back to device manager and re enabled the bluetooth and slow slow slow Problem came right back! Now this sucks cause i like using the bluetooth for my razr bluetooth mouse but turning on the Intel Centrino Wireless-N bluetooth cripples the Wireless N mode to unusable wifi speed of.
Well i Just got off the phone with HP and they have advised me that there is nothing wrong with my Wifi card. Ive heard that these little wireless cards are not that great. So what he said sounds like it makes sence. What do you guys think? I baought a Fujitsu lifebook A seriies, disabling the BT improved the speed however the speed is still very law compared to my other computer at homes which used different wireless cards. Since there are so many reports about this problem, with different vendors, I guess Intel people should be looking at it.
I had just returned a laptop to HP because of problems related to its Intel agn card and possibly the mobo ; constant disconnects. HP sent me a brand new laptop in the DV7 series, great specs. It arrives, I spend hours getting it setup, and finally try the wifi. Turns out it is the Intel Useless-N , with supposedly mbps down and up. Indicated down speed averaged , but when I did a web speed test got only about 30 my Internet connection exceeds And this is before I try BT. I'm trying to bet HP to replace the with a true mbps combo card in the Intel series.
Oddly, it turns out that the new laptop only has 2 antenna wires while the 3 year old one I returned had 3. What a way to cheap out. Now I can use my wireless bluetooth hp-mouse and the internet at the same time without slow internet. When i turn of the Wireless N functionality in the device manager it i can connect and use wireless-G.
But what can you do about it? Go to laptop manifacturer and ask them if you can return your laptop for another laptop? Please stop reading if you are looking for a solution to this issue. Shared frustration and puzzlement follows. I am experiencing the same issue, g mode works but Wireless N does not. Unfortunately the disable bluetooth option did not help. It just moved ISP upload test from failure to 0. The download rate is all over the map. My driver release is Interestingly enough it still surfs the web with the only show stopper issue being I can't make attachments to email in gmail or yahoo.
Wireless G speed tests are capped around 17 Mbps. I see a lot of posts in other places where people get rail roaded into using g and they feel it is a permanent workaround. I hope they aren't paying for excess Mpbs from their ISP after capping their bandwidth on the wifi. HP has offered a mail in diagnosis and repair after taking customer executed troubleshooting to the limit.
I had to remove and replace the modem and do a system restore. What a waste of time. In my reading on wireless-N it is apparently more noise immune because it has the 2.
From the options on my gateway I'm not sure it supports 5G carrier. I think it only has 2. It is a Cisco DCP If my assumption is true, I'm curious if there is a correlation with the 2. For example does a 5G carrier take the wifi card out of the noise region. I honestly don't know if the 5G carrier is something down the road in terms of deployment or if they are around. Lots of standards have features which aren't implemented and I'm not interested in being an expert or even knowledgable in this stuff.
This content has been marked as final. I have excatly the same problem. Hi I have the same problem. I switch off BT and wireless start working with full speed. Is there still no any drivers to repair it?? Is there an Intel support person here? Amazing - I return a laptop because of unusable wifi, and look what I get. I have the same problem!
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