We understand your system is having BSOD's in Windows® 10 with the Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN driver being the culprit. We would like to inform that Intel does not provide drivers for the 4965 in Windows® 10, therefore, we do not recommend this configuration. Please refer to the following document for more information: Intel® Wireless Products Supported Operating Systems.
Even though it may be possible to use this adapter with a legacy driver, we cannot guarantee that it will operate properly.
We strongly recommend you to contact the Computer Manufacturer Support to confirm if they recommend using Windows® 10 with your PC, and check if they provide drivers for this configuration.
Yes, although I was hoping it would, Windows 10 not being a huge leap from Windows 7 or Windows 8, using the WDM/WDF. And the Intel WiFi product does support WiFi "n," which is not a legacy network specification. nVidia has supported products that old with Windows 10 drivers. So I'm just disappointed.
My OEM doesn't, but my skillset has gotten everything else working.
So what Intel product can I use in my ExpressCard slot that will give me WiFi without problems? Thanks.
Regarding the type of system you have, only your computer manufacturer is entitled to provide you a list of Intel® Wireless Adapters that are compatible with your system since they may do customization and adaptation to the adapter so that it can be fully supported by the system you have.
Also, we would like to inform you that Intel does not support integration which is when the original wireless adapter is replaced by another one. Please check this link for further information about this matter in this link: Regulatory Information Regarding Hardware Installation or Upgrade
Trying to get things to work properly with Windows 10 before starting this thread, I went and installed the newer version of the general ProSet drivers for Windows 10. I fixed it somehow by uninstalling the incorrect new drivers, then installed the correct drivers (Windows 7 64-bit drivers [didn't work until next step]), then removed the adapter in Device Manager, then it was re-added.
Would be curious if anyone else has gotten the 4965AGN adapter to work with Windows 10 with the Windows 7 drivers.
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Thanks for the update. Even though this configuration is not supported, we are sure this will be a good reference for other users.