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WWolz
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I want to use my ThinkPad X121e with a Centrino(R) Wireless-N 1000 in 802.11n in 5 GHz with Win10 too. But latest Intel driver (15.9.2.1 from 2013-11-13) supports 802.11g only... Does anyone please have an idea or solution?

Latest Microsoft driver (15.4.1.1 from 2013-01-13) behaves the same (supports 802.11g only). In the past, my Wireless-N 1000 performed well in 802.11n in 5 GHz with Win7. But that old driver doesn´t work with Win10.

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AlHill
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So, this has nothing to do with an Intel nuc?

Did the thinkpad come with the N1000?

What version of Windows 10? 1903?

 

The N1000 was discontinued 3 years ago and is not supported on windows 10.

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000006507/network-and-io/wireless-networkin...

 

Also, you must work with Lenovo regarding adding a compatible wireless card to the thinkpad. You cannot simply add the card of your choice.

 

Doc

 

 

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