1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 29, 2013 11:53 AM by joe_intel

    Intel WiFi Link 5100 AGN does not connect to network




      I have a Lenovo U450p, which came with a built in WiFi Link 5100 chipset. Recently, it started disconnecting randomly. Now the problem is even worse, where I can see available wireless connections in Windows, but when I try to connect to them, I get a standard Windows error. I've since purchased a USB network adapter and that works well on my PC. I also bought a Centrino Wireless-N 2230 chipset to see if I could use that instead, but my computer seems to be rejecting it.


      Does my wireless adapter need to be replaced? I've tried all sorts of settings, but nothing has worked so far.

      Also, is there a way I can get my Centrino card to work on my computer?


      Any help is appreciated.