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Oh-My-God. You guys must really start a DEAD LINKS thread, cause this is surprisingly common, and so annoying. Again, another dead link, but not just that, now it also has a wrong description.
For my Windows 8.1 x64 Intel's Wireless-N 7260 drivers:
Available downloads: Intel® Download Center
x64 driver only download: Intel® Download Center [DEAD]
Driver version: 18.12.1
It actually supports: Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, both x32 and x64 bits (the name only says for Windows 10)
Driver version you actually download: 18.12.0
So drivers version don't coincide, you don't know if you're downloading 18.12.1 or 18.12.0. The link is dead. The operative systems supported are Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, but the name says it's only for Windows 10.
This really can't be more messy and mixed-up.
Solved again. I hope Intel does not do this "not working links" actions again. Also I hope Intel reads carefully what version is updating and gives right information.