Also, from Device Manager, I right click on the this driver (Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000) and try to reinstall driver there but it says "Windows determind for your driver software is up to date"! so i cant reinstall this driver!
However, in the Device Status box in Properties (right click), it still show "Reinstall driver for this device"!
As we understand, the issue started when Windows updates installed a new wireless driver in your system, then you tried to install the driver from Intel® Download Center, now the driver is not working.
Here are some options that may help you resolve this issue:
* It is recommended to disable Automatic Windows Updates, so you can check the updates before they are installed to your system and it does not try to install the same update again.
1- Use the System Restore option in Windows*. Check if you have a previously saved restore point you can use, this should undo all the recent wireless driver changes.
2- Go to Control Panel - Programs - View Installed updates. Identify the update with the problem and make note of the KBxxxxxxx number, then try uninstalling the update.
3- Try uninstalling and deleting all previosly installed versions of the driver before installing the current version from the PC manufacturer or Intel® Download Center. Detailed instructions can be found in the following thread:
RE: Jay888 Jun 3, 2015 12:15 AM Post
I had exactly the same problem on July 20, 2015. I connected a USB network adapter in order to access the internet while my Intel(R) Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1000 adapter was not functional. Then, I uninstalled the Intel adapter in control panel. The problem was fixed after letting the computer search for drivers on the Internet and install them.
I found that I had not allocated enough space for restore points and System Restore could not restore my system to a time before Windows Update destroyed my Intel network adapter drivers.
HP Windows 7, i5 laptop