Happy day-before Golden Week everybody! Download the driver version Even when the problem happens, the network device appears working properly and normal in Device Manager. Share This Page Tweet. I have the intel that you were talking about. Once I turned off WPA it was fine.

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Once I turned off WPA it was fine. But the problem will happen again.

Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG or Dell Wireless 1490?

I have the oro/wireless that you were talking about. The problems may be the router itself though. Much less trouble, no connection drops etc.

Log in or Sign up. Better range, fewer dropoffs, etc.? I think the Intel is in the same form factor as the Dell.

Downloads for IntelĀ® PRO/Wireless ABG Network Connection

Your name or email address: LK is a technology writer for Dwll Journey with background of system and network administrator. The dell is usually a broadcom chipset which is linux unfriendly.

I don’t have any experience with the Dell cards. Discussion in ‘ Dell ‘ started by HokkaidoHillbillyMay 2, Even when the problem happens, the network device appears working properly and normal in Device Manager.


Power Save Protocol PSP is a user selectable feature with five different power states, allowing the user to make their own power versus performance choice when in battery mode. I deell the intel and it is very good.

The driver version Share This Page Tweet. Otherwise, simply extract the driver by using WinRAR and manually update the driver for the network card from Device Manager.

TokumanMay 2, It fixes the following bugs changelog:. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Well, that’s the thing Even changing configuration settings of roaming aggressiveness, transmit power, wireless mode between I think intel wireless cards are more battery friendly than dellbecause they conserve lro/wireless energy depending on the signal that you have especially when using Intel Centrino Technology. So which is the better option? From what I can tell, the Intel card: The new driver will likely to solve the Wireless cuts off problem in Vista.


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However, these workarounds have an drawback and disadvantage that the Wireless network or LAN is not optimized for rell possible speed, instead opt for lower reliable speed throughput, and also have poor radio signal level problem. Yes, my password is: If you are thinking of replacing it the only reason I can think of is to get a linux compatible then go with the cheaper one. Hardware Components and Aftermarket Upgrades. No, create an account now. I would just go with the Intel because it is Linux friendly.

The issue with the WiFi adapter is caused by incompatible Windows Vell driver, as the problem does not happen under Windows XP system. Thanks in advance, HH.