2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 28, 2009 3:35 PM by tpgrec

    Updated driver to fix BSOD removed?

      I've come across the "BSOD" everytime I reformat my computer and microsoft directs me to the Intel site to update my wireless connection.  I always update it and it helps remove the frequent BSOD that plagues me.  But recently, I tried to download it and it says it has been moved, renamed, or archived.  I was wondering where to find or get it because this BSOD is constant and inhibiting my work.

       

      I have a Tecra M2-S730 manufactured by Toshiba

      Service Pack 2, Windows XP Pro, 1.60 GHz, 768 MB of ram.

       

      Below is some added info for my problem and product.

       

      Download option :

      Product DetectedIntel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection
      Current Driver Installed8.0.12.9000
      Newer Driver Available:9.0.4.39
      File Size:27.790 MB
      Download Time:Time @56Kbps:65.87 min
      Detailed Driver Description & Driver Documentation

       

       

      Result :

      The file that you are trying to download has either been  moved, renamed or archived.

      Please go to http://downloadcenter.intel.com and choose your product to find your download.