I I just downloaded 17.0.3 and installed it and I am not impressed. At my College campus you can only get 802.11 N speed if you have a dual band card. if you only have a single band card you can only get 802.11 G speed. well I have the Intel AC 7260 card installed in my laptop and I check the status of my connection to my schools network and it says 54Mbps. When was using 17.0.2 it was reading 300Mpbs. Which is true 802.11N speed. I have attached a screen shot of the new showing that I have 17.0.3 installed. Please how can we fix this issue. I want my 300 Mbps back..
I have disabled U-APSD support.
I am sorry you are having problems but we are going to help you. I noticed you have created several posts with the same information. Please note that We will continue with the support at this link:
I made this post dealing with the drivers and WiDi. My current problem does not have anything to do with WiDi so why should we keep it on that post. plus I am trying to get my issue out there to see if anyone is having the some problem and to see if anyone knows of any fix. I feel this is an issue with the new drivers. Like i have said. I am having this probem on my college campus and also at a public library. The Campus uses WPA2-Enterprise and the public library does not use any secruity.
I understand. I see you are working with Allan_Intel® in other thread related to this same issue. We want you to keep working on one to avoid duplicated threads.
My recommendations is for you to use the latest driver and if it is still not working correct You can try a previous driver version until we come up with another driver (no ETA at this point).
Please keep working this issue at this link: