3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 20, 2013 4:24 PM by joe_intel

    Bug?  "Intel Connection Settings" become inaccessible in Windows 8

    itwonder

      Lenovo W510 with Intel AGN 6200 Centrino wireless adapter running Windows 8.  The "Intel Connection Settings" are accessed by this sequence of clicks:  Click wireless network icon it desktop system tray > right-click the wireless connection in use > click View Connection Properties > click Connection tab > check the Enable Intel Connection Settings box > click Configure button. The above is possible only if the wireless connection is active; that is connected.  The problem is if one changes one of the Intel Connections Settings, e.g. selecting 5.2 ghz band when the hotspot supports only 2.4 ghz, the next connection attempt will naturally fail.  Then, it is not possible to follow the above menu tree to get back to Intel Connection Settings and change the incorrect setting.  Is there any alternative way to get to this menu? I could not discover it. I had to uninstall and reinstall the driver to get out of this predicament.