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On our best effort to help you, if you installed the card later, you can download load the latest drivers directly from our Download Center. Make sure you have clean uninstall any drivers related to this card before you initiate this installation. Here is the link: =Intel+%28R%29+centrino+%28r%29+Advanced-N+6200+AGN Intel Download Center
1. I assume you have your Windows Auto Updates turned on, yes? Mine is turned off...it was that way when I got the laptop from the original owner and i never changed it (I just remember to look for updates as I like to choose what I want and don't want). I know that you have to have internet connection in order for Windows to install updates. Same with updating via Device Manager. What I am wondering is if you had no connection to the internet, how did Windows try to install the driver (in your "Step # 2")? I assume it would have failed due to no connection, but you stopped it anyways before it finished?
2. How did you get the Intel Automatic Driver installation tool? Was it the Intel Driver Update Utility and you already had that on your computer? I don't know if I have that on my laptop or not...if I don't I can't download it with no internet connection. I could put it on a thumb drive from another computer and then add it to my laptop that way, but was just wondering how you did that out of curiosity.
4. So you didn't already have the Intel PROset Wireless Tool (Wireless_17.16.0_Ds64.exe) on your computer? I have that software on my laptop (the version dated 3/13/15) and when I ran a diagnostic test with that tool, I got a "Failed" message for "Hardware" that said the new driver does not support PROset Wireless Software. So maybe that is why yours won't do anything.
1- Contact the PC manufacturer support to download and save their recommended version of Intel PROSet/Wireless Software. As second option, you can download the generic driver from Intel Download Center.
In following your steps Aleki, I went to Lenovo support site and pulled up the drivers needed for my T410 laptop, but I am not sure which one to download (I am not very "IT savvy"). From the Lenovo Support site I chose from the drop-down menu the 'Networking: Wireless LAN' and up came a few choices for the most recent updates: "Intel WiMAX 6250 AGN" and "Intel Wireless LAN". I assume it's the Intel Wireless LAN, but when I read the description it just says it is a software that enables a list of drivers, none of which are the Intel Centrino Advanced-n 6200. Does this software application find the right drivers for me? It is not called PROset...there is no name on the downloaded .exe file, just a bunch of letters and numbers and the properties say, "For Lenovo Updates Catalog" (I have not installed it yet).
Multipoint is a Bluetooth technology that enables a Bluetooth device to be actively paired with more than one device at a time. That means your headphones could be simultaneously paired with a phone and laptop, or two phones could be paired to a hands-free car kit.