Questions and Answers
Questions and Answers
What if I have the Intel® PROSet/Wireless WiFi Connection Utility installed on my PC that I am upgrading to Windows 7*?
You need to download and install the Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi Connection Utility for Windows 7 after you upgrade the operating system.
How do I install Intel® My WiFi Technology (Intel® MWT)?
Intel® MWT is integrated into the installation of Intel® PROSet Wireless version 13.2 You can either upgrade to this newer version of Intel PROSet Wireless, or follow these instructions for how to install Intel MWT.
Will my Intel® WiMAX adapter work in Windows 7?
The Wi-Fi driver is included with Windows 7 and installs automatically when you upgrade the operating system. See Where do I get WiMAX Software Updates? for WiMAX software information if you are using an Intel® WiMAX/WiFi adapter.
What if I have an Intel® PRO/Wireless 2200BG Network Connection or Intel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection installed on my PC?
These wireless adapters are not supported in Windows 7.
Why do I see a popup window after upgrading to Windows 7?
See Recommendations after upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7.
Can you import Native Windows Vista* wireless profiles to Windows 7?
Contact Microsoft regarding Native Vista wireless profile portability.
What happens to Intel® PROSet EAP profiles when you upgrade to Windows 7?
You must re-create your Intel PROSet EAP profiles when upgrading to Windows 7.
What do I do if my Intel® PROSet software version is older than 11.5.x?
Install Intel PROSet 13.0 or later after upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7. Refer to Recommendations prior to upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7.
What if I installed Intel® PROSet software on Windows Vista prior to upgrading to Windows 7?
Uninstall 13.0 for Windows Vista and then install 13.2 or later for Windows 7. Each version only installs drivers specific to that operating system. Refer to Recommendations after upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7.
Why does Intel® PROSet software on Windows 7 and Windows Vista appear differently than on Windows XP*?
Intel PROSet software graphical user interface (GUI) changed beginning with the release of version 13.x that supports Windows Vista.
What does Intel® PROSet/Wireless Advanced Enterprise Software provide to IT Administrators?
The enhanced Intel PROSet/Wireless Advanced Enterprise Software provides the same familiar Intel user interface and tools available for Microsoft Windows XP with the addition of enterprise features such as the IT Administrator Toolkit, Adapter Switching, Profile Migration Tool and Reset PROSet.
Recommendations prior to upgrading from Windows Vista* to Windows 7*
Recommendations after upgrading from Windows Vista to Windows 7
Windows 7 popup messages when installing or upgrading
| Windows 7 (32-bit)*, Windows 7 (64-bit)*
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