Using an HP Envy m6-1158CA with an Intel Centrino wireless n-2230 card. On Windows 8.0 x64, using driver version Intel 15.5 or 15.10.x, I have no problems.
The package provides the installation files for Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 Driver version 15.11.0. Insignia Drivers For Windows 10. 7. Macbook Touchpad Driver Windows 10. In order to manually update your driver, follow the steps below (the next steps): 1. Left panel), or right click on Start Menu for Windows 10 and select Device Manager 3.
Any driver version higher than this and major problems. Have to keep resetting the adapter. Which is making me believe that these drivers mentioned above are very plain in the way they have been written - on the safe side so to speak, with no bells and whistles OR they have been specifically written with certain wireless cards in mind, such as the Intel centrino wireless n-2230.
Problem is, Windows 10 does not have working drivers and neither does Intel. I have decided to send my laptop into the shop for the card to be changed. If they give me another Intel centrino wireless n-2230, then I am bound to have the same problems barring my old card has started to have hardware failures.
Anyone care to comment on this? I think my best course o action is to go with another wireless card OR wait until Intel corrects this problem in their next driver release (which is wishful thinking) Thanks. Hi John, Thank you for posting the query on Microsoft Community. I am sorry to know that you are facing issues with Windows 10. I do appreciate your efforts and time. Do not worry, will assist you with the issue. • I would like to ask the make and model of the Computer in order to assist you better?