I´m looking for the latest driver for the Intel dual band wireless-n 7260 for Windows 10 64bit. The official support pages are not available (404). It would be very nice if anyone could tell me a download link. (f.e. url )
Thanks and best regards,
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Thanks for explaining how to retrieve the private messages. I was able to download the link you sent me for the latest version of the Intel Dual Band wireless AC 7260 driver and it works perfectly. Thank you so much for your help!
Mr. Pearson - seems you are a popular person on the topic of the recently discontinued AC7260 Wifi driver for windows 10, 64-bit version. If you have a solution, would you be so kind as to send it to me - just had a technician upgrade my daughter's laptop to get faster Internet, and surprise! Intel can't provide an updated driver to make it work. Seems like Intel is relying on good people like you to do their work on old products for them...
I'm also looking for the last Windows 10 Bluetooth and Wireless drivers for the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 module.
I had been planning on replacing the faulty Qualcomm module (driver issues that make the Bluetooth unreliable and the WiFi unable to connect to some newer networking devices) in my old ASUS K43SV laptop with a newer, more capable wireless module and I settled on the 7260.
Lo and behold I just missed out on Intel discontinuing support for that old module.
So if anyone could help me out on this, I would be grateful.
To everyone who asked, I have sent you a Private Message (PM) detailing how you can download the drivers. If you did not receive a PM from me, oops, I must have missed your request, so send me another (via PM, not here; this conversation is getting way too long).
If you are new to the site's PM service, you access it by clicking on your avatar picture in the top right corner of the page (within the Communities blue banner) and selecting Messages from the resulting menu.
Intel should note that I have provided this to ~20 customers in just the past 8 days alone.
(an unexpectedly popular guy)