Unfortunately, the Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1030 is not supported by Microsoft Windows® 10. Software and drivers are not available for this adapter-OS combination.
For more information, please check the following documents:
first of all, thank you very much for the information! Haven't discovered these documents before...
So, for now I have switched back to Windows 7 where my wifi works fine again. But now I have another (minor) issue going on: I have installed the wifi driver which is provided by Medion (and is - like I said - not quite the latest...). Here, wifi works! But when I try to download and install the latest drive via the Intel Update Utility (it actually detects one), a message pops up saying something like "Installation blocked - try to uninstall the old driver manually". When I do so and then give it another try, that message still pops up. Do you have an idea why this is the case? It's not that problematic since my wifi is also okay with the older driver. I'm just wondering...
Thanks again and best regards,
At this time, the Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 1030 is not supported with Microsoft Windows® 10. We are not able to confirm if this will change in the future.
You can find more details about this topic in the related thread:
thank you jonathan. Have a nice day.
intel centrino wireless-n 1030 windows 10 Working on Dell XPS l502x
Tried this link (Win 8.1 Drivers) Installed it, **** didn't work
After that attempt i did the following.
In device management driver version was still
Version = sorry didn't note
Removed it complete (including the driver files) from device management
Let it detect for new devices
And this time it was installed with an older driver version
Version = 184.108.40.206
Wifi works fine again
I am running the N1030 Wireless Card on Windows 10. I am running Intel driver version 220.127.116.11 and it works fine for me. Download and save it locally then use Browse my computer fro driver software and manually install it.