Once in and installed the device instantly provided a much stronger signal to my Wireless N router. Sign up using Email and Password. I downloaded the driver software from the Intel website and it worked immediately as soon as the software was activated. Don’t see what you’re looking for? I am having T61 with wifi module I only used the two existing aerials instead of fitting a third to give full “N” connectivity but it does exactly what it is supposed to do, it is faster and more reliable than the Atheros card that was originally in the netbook. It was exactly what I expected but came on its own in a Jiffy Bag with no drivers not the important third aerial.

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About Intel 4965AGN Wireless-N Mini Card .

Get to Know Us. Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. This was a cheap upgrade to my Dell Vostro laptop, which now surfs noticeably faster than before.

Vivek Sharma 1 10 Connectify-like functionality on Intel AGN wireless? Connectify on windows does not support it.

Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. What do customers buy after viewing this item? I bought this wifi card to upgrade my old Dell Vostro laptop since the original card is only ABG enabled.


It was a bit fiddly to connect, but it worked first time. The product arrived earlier than expected, especially when I saw that it had been despatched from Switzerland. Customers also shopped for. If you cancel your paid Prime membership or return the qualifying smartphone within the first 3 months of your paid Prime membership, we may void your Gift Card or charge you in the amount of the Gift Card. Once in and installed the device instantly provided a much stronger signal to my Wireless N router.

When I powered up, the drivers were already recognised I had previously downloaded and installed the latest Intel driversand to my surprise, the card connected to my network without having to re-enter and security details. Post as a guest Name. One person found this helpful.

It’s working well so far and I have 4 bars not 2, which is good. I was slightly apprehensive about installing it but followed the instructions in the Dell Vostro user manual downloadable from 4965avn website carefully, and having looked at a YouTube video on the matter, and downloaded the latest driver from the Intel website, I went for it. However, popping the old card out of my Dell Vostro laptop was easy, and it was just as easy to pop this new one in.

Now this device is peaking at Mbs and on a bad day drops down to about 39 Mbs. See our Returns Policy. Fitting for my laptop required only connecting the two outer antenna connections as my Dell laptop only had two wiresand overall was relatively easy to slot into the Mini PCI slot.


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Intel Wireless WIFI Link AGN Mini PCI Express Card: : Electronics

Write a customer review. Network Adapter – Supports This new card can accommodate 3 antennas, so if your laptop has some spare connectors join them up, you’ll notice that you get better wifi range: Image Unavailable Image not available for Colour: I had downloaded installation instructions from an unrelated website and it fitted into my Acer Inspire One netbook exactly as described.

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I would recommend the company and the device to anbody who needs to change theirs. I have done this my office laptop T Even Intel’s own software could not identify it so the pek had to be found and downloaded manually. Don’t see what you’re looking for?