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Intel did board accounts of complainers unstable Centrino wifi adapters’
Users of computers with a WiFi adapter from Intel Centrino 6230/6235-serie and run Windows 7 or 8, almost a year complaining about unstable wifi connections. Intel has no solution and could even users complaining of his ward forum by deleting accounts.
Sounds about problems with the wifi adapters from Intel Centrino 6230/6235-serie sound for almost a year. Users running Windows 7 or Windows 8, among others complain about drop-away at Intel wifi connections and not recognizing ssid’s. The on and off of wifi would in some cases work to restore the connection temporarily but after some time the connection problems would return.
Intel has since complaints emerged rain some beta drivers released, but this would not solve the problems structurally. In addition, users reported to Neowin that Intel accounts of some users complaining of his forum is removed. The writer of the article Neowin says his account and its postings on the subject are gone. It is also notable that Intel Centrino complaining to another user an email sent which makes excuses and sets soon with new drivers to come that would make the most complaints to an end. A release date is not mentioned.
Some users may experience the problems with the Centrino wifi adapters especially if a connection is made with 802.11n networks 802.11g connections would usually be stable, if the user manually disable 802.11n in the driver options. Another option is to remove from Windows, the wifi driver from Intel after a Microsoft driver is installed. This would make it possible to many users stable wifi connections on 802.11n.
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