Drivers (see table below)
- Intel® Mobile Adapter drivers for Windows* XP
Currently there are no Mobile adapter drivers certified or tested by Intel for Windows* XP Home or Professional. There are no plans at this time to write drivers for the Intel mobile adapters listed in the table below for Windows XP Home or Professional.
- Drivers included with Windows XP
Products for which drivers have been released by Microsoft, and are included as part of the Windows XP operating system. In most cases, the products should install and function without any difficulty using these built-in drivers. These drivers have not been fully tested by Intel for use with Windows XP Home or Professional. Support for these products is offered on a "best effort" basis as noted in the table below.
Technical support (see table below)
- Full Support
Products for which we have released Windows XP drivers will receive full technical support. At this time no drivers of this type have been released.
- Best Effort
There are no plans, at this time, to develop Windows XP drivers for the following products, support will be offered on a "Best effort" basis.
||Microsoft Drivers Included with Windows XP
||Intel Mobile Adapter drivers for Windows XP
|16-bit PC Card
|Intel® PRO/100 Mobile LAN + Modem56 PC Card
|Intel® PRO/100 Mobile CardBus
|Intel® PRO/100 Mobile LAN+Modem 56 CardBus
There are a few common situations in which difficulty with these products under Windows XP may be encountered. Please check into these issues prior to contacting Intel Technical Support:
- Lack of proper system BIOS support for Windows XP. Check with your computer manufacturer for information on possible system BIOS upgrades or other modifications that may be required in order for Windows XP to run properly on your computer.
- Lack of support for ACPI power management. Check with your computer manufacturer for information about patches or changes that may be required to fully support ACPI.
- Lack of available resources (especially free interrupts) to support additional hardware. Some computers may be configured so that all available resources are already in use. In such cases disabling certain embedded devices in the system BIOS (such as Infra-red ports or other serial devices) may free up.
This applies to: