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Intel 3945ABG 802.11a/g/b Wireless Adapter Problem

I have wireless network set up with Netgear router and I have Dell Inspiron 1505 with Intel 3945ABG 802.11a/g/b Wireless Adapter. Connection losses every 10 minutes, I tried changing the adapter settings, router settings and upgrading the s/w and Drivers, but nothing worked, Please some body help me to fix this. Thanks in advance. Thanks, Sun.

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  • Anonymous Jun 30, 2008

    My Lenovo laptop has a wifi Intel 3945abg nic that deops off intermittently. I have latest Intel driver, latest BIOS and set Netgear router idle timeout to "0". Still, connection drops. I am looking for a software idle shut off now.



    Any ideas? this is a common reported problem, that Lenovo cannot, or will not aknowledge or address.

  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

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  • burger_msm Aug 31, 2008

    I have wireless network set up with Linksys router and I have Lenovo Y410 with Intel 3945ABG 802.11a/g/b Wireless Adapter. Connection losses every 10 minutes, I tried changing the adapter settings, router settings and upgrading the s/w and Drivers, but nothing worked.

  • lcifuentes Jan 11, 2009

    I also have a linksys router and a Lenovo Y410. I can't get the Intel network adapter to work again. I know it is not hte router becuase I have another laptop that connects to it no problem. I also have a Wii and an Xbox 360 and they see the network no problem. The Lenovo was working up until New Year's eve. can any one help. computer was in warranty up until November go figure.

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    Running window 7 wired and wireless network

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Hay need you drivers plase

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Look in your routers settings and see if there is an idle time setting and set this to '0'

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