I just bought an ASUS laptop running windows 8, and the wireless adapter is a Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 and I am running into some odd situations.
I cranked it up for the 1st time and when I went to connect to the available networks, none of my N networks were showing! 1st thing I did was to visit the Intel web site to look for new drivers, and installed the 184.108.40.206 driver. Still nothing, so I searched more and found the settings I needed to change (Auto in channel width and enable n networks) but here is where it's gets a little strange.....The next thing you are supposed to change is "Wireless Mode" to A/B/G/N (or something showing N...) but the only three options it gives me are B, G, and B/G...NO N!!!! Also, there is no options for the 5GHZ band!
Did Intel make this unit without a 5GHZ band? And is there a reason it's not showing any of my N networks? (I have1 2.4Ghz and 1 5Ghz)