James Richard karl Dantow wrote:
I am running a Lenovo y650 with Windows 7 Ultimate, x64. Specs are as follows:
- Intel Core 2 Duo processor
- 1066 MHz FSB and 6 MB L2 cache
- Intel GM45 chipset
- Intel GMA 4500 MHD graphics
- 4GB of DDR3 800/1066 MHz DRAM main memory (RAM)
- Up to 500GB of hard disk drive (HDD),5400 rpm
- 16-inch display screen
- Intel WiMax/ WiFi Link 5100 a/g/n, 10/100/1000 Ethernet, Bluetooth(Option)
I have used MWT technology before I had redone the operating system. I recently have started to need to use it, and have followed all the steps in setting it up. I cannot get the Virtual Wifi Miniport to broadcast. None of my devices are picking up the PAN, which is leading me to believe that it is not broadcasting at all. I have the most recent drivers, and version of MWT.
I am trying to connect my iPhone 3GS, and my PAN is not shown on the list. I had it connected last time I used it, but this time (after new windows) it is not working.
same problem here.My laptop is lenovo thinkpad x201i, win7 32bit .my wifi card is intel link 1000 bgn.
I found MWT can provide an AP function lately, and my cell phone and PSP need it. no matter how I tune the drivers and softwares in different versons, I still can't find the SSID .
Before the MWT installed, I tried the "netsh wlan start hostednetwork" command, functioning properly, then I installed intel Proset/wifi tools with MWT, the problem as above, at the same time, MWT was in the disabled state I tried the "netsh" command again, it does not work any more, even the PROset/wifi tools are uninstalled.
I hope anyone could notice this problem and give us some help . thanks !
i solved it myself. under device manager, , advanced, changed wireless mode to only wireless G. it instantly showed up on my mobile device. it must have been broadcasting in N. next, can anyone find a solution where you can keep N activated for my internet connection and transmit MWT through G mode???
this place was less than helpful btw.