Message 3 of 6. You should avoid using non-Haiku drivers. Intel provides a driver for Linux iwlwifi that handles the , the , and several other variants — but there must be enough of a difference between the and the to trip up iprowifi AFAIK needs 3 built-in antennas to work efficiently and most of the laptops have only 2. This turned out to be a power management issue which I resolved by tweaking the settings on the configuration screens for the Intel
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It maybe an IRQ or driver issue. See this article for more. It works, it fails, it works! Jntel, my password is: Will Intel WiFi Link work?
I didn’t watch much but it seems to address your questions on adding a third antenna. I think I’ve seen some posts here saying some people have gotten them to work on Ds but I haven’t seen anything that says D anywhere I’ve looked.
Latitude D630: Will Intel WiFi Link 5300 work?
The router and the Intel NIC adapter card have 3 radios and 3 antenna. I purchased my from buy.
Any ideas what I should do? Message 3 of 6.
Latitude D Will Intel WiFi Link work? | NotebookReview
Not having wireless, however, is a pain. I was persuaded to stump the extra cash for this model as the advertised wireless speed of mbps was appealing.
A friend gave me his old Dell laptop and it works fine when connected to the DSL modem but am unable to configure it for wireless use. Any advice would be gratefully received.
Message 2 of 6. The syslog should show what is causing the freeze you are having. You can read about my Intel problem and solution here. I found several and basically the look in the pictures as a loop of wire with a brown adhesive tab on the end.
Or at very least bringing a LiveCD like Ubuntu.
If not do I need a broadcom one with Intesifi or whatever the branding is? It will be worth your time. Call tech support and inquire if still under warranty. I … Read More […]. Please edit your question to add the result of the terminal commands: Haiku uses mostly FreeBSD network drivers.
I’d rather prefer not buy it off eBay at this time. With your advice I stopped blaming the driver and eventually found a hidden hardware switch that was the source of the issue. Similar Threads – Latitude D Intel. Comment by Efrosina Perry Jul 14, Reply. I’ve looked at the related posts by can’t make sense of what I need to do to to install the correct driver.
I would add that you can install Haiku onto a USB flash drive and boot from it. Join Now Log In Help.
Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Intel AGN and mbps or mbps. My certainly improves signal to several locations in and around my home compared to the Mbps Netgear router.