1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 20, 2012 2:56 PM by Nathalie@Intel

    Wi-Fi card Intel Centrino 6230. Windows has (code 10), at Linux all OK...

    Strelok BeWare

      My notebook ASUS K50IN (chipset nforce MCP79), i change my wireless card Atheros AR9285 to Intel 6230(11N+Bluetooth 3). At openSUSE 11.4 all working good(bluetooth and wifi together),at windows BlueTooth with Intel BT Driver dont work, I had it woring with alternative driver, and it working good, Wireless card haven't alternative driver, so i tryed Intel PRO/Wireless 12.x, 13.x - driver executed, but wireless card cannot work. Intel PRO/Wireless 14.x, 15.x - driver cannot be executed - Code 10 (This device cannot start).

      So where i can find working driver???

       

        • 1. Re: Wi-Fi card Intel Centrino 6230. Windows has (code 10), at Linux all OK...
          Nathalie@Intel

          The issue you describe refers to an integration issue, our wireless adapters are meant to be installed only by the laptop manufacturers. They need to customize the wireless card to make sure that they are and stay compliant with all regulations; the drivers need to be customized also to make sure that the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) Operating System and the wireless driver match the needed requirements. We only offer generic drivers, which may or may not work in some systems. Due to the modification requirements described above.

          Note that this is why we do not recommend, encourage nor support the installation/or upgrade of wireless adapters performed by anyone but the laptop manufacturer. See Intel’s position in regards to this at the link below:

          http://www.intel.com/support/wireless/wlan/sb/CS-031167.htm

          in this case it would be recommended to return this product to the place of purchase and contact your laptop manufacturer directly to have them provide and install a supported wireless adapter.