Atheros Wireless Lan Driver For Windows 7 Free Download Install Update
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. Tell us about your experience with our site. Hello, I recently upgraded the operating system on my laptop from Vista 32 bit to Windows 7 64 bit. Everything has been working great except my wireless connection, which I am thinking is a driver issue. My download speeds are fine, but I keep getting bursts of upload lag.
This never happened until i upgraded to the 64 bit operating system. I have checked all of my connection settings and hardware settings, and I have made sure that there is not interference that may be causing it or other regular issues. I have Searched all over for drivers for my Atheros wireless card I am currently using the Vista 32 bit driver , but have not found one for a 64 bit system.
On the HP website I was only able to find drivers for Vista 32 bit I have heard Vista 64 bit drivers would work, but the HP website links the Vista 32 bit driver for the 64 bit as well , and other sites such as the Atheros webpage don't have the drivers listed at all. Any help finding the correct driver to use would be greatly appreciated. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread.
I have the same question 4. The Toshiba website has Atheros drivers for 64 bit. Let us know if it does the trick. Thanks for marking this as the answer. How satisfied are you with this reply? Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. How satisfied are you with this response? Thank you Cari, I'll try that now. In reply to dontlook's post on January 6, Ok, I downloaded the Toshiba drivers, but when i ran the program it extracted the files, ran the tinstallwb.
Hmm, does the connection actually drop or just vary in speed? Did it ever do the same when you were using Vista 32bit? It never disconnects, it just varies in speed.
It never happened until I performed a clean install of Windows 7 64 bit over Vista 32 bit. In reply to dontlook's post on January 7, And you are connecting to a secured network? Are you sure no one else is using your network?
It exhibits all the signs of being 'shared', whether it's over the network or over the broadband connection. If you are using a router, check the logs to see whether another PC has acquired access without your knowing.
If you're not certain, change the wireless password. MatthaiN Replied on January 8, I also have this same sort of issue but a different way really. I had windows vista premium 64 bit on my hp notebook with the atheros network card and i did a clean install to windows 7 home and didnt back up any of my files.
Now my wireless is not working and wont even turn on. CyJakub Replied on May 8, I've also had a problem with my Atheros But I finally got my atheros driver and QLP fixed.
On the HP web site search for sp In reply to CyJakub's post on May 8, Sorry the latest Atheros driver ver This site in other languages x.
atheros wireless driver for 64 bit windows7
Windows 10 Atheros Driver
Did this solve your problem? Sorry this didn't help. My older laptop got "bricked" after upgrading it to Windows 10 - both the Atheros Wi-Fi adapter and the Broadcom Cat-5 adapter were dead - due to no Windows 10 drivers. It worked, even though the original hardware adapters are still non-functional. Wish Windows 10 was smart enough to use the old Windows 7 and 8 drivers, if no new Windows 10 driver is available for a device like these adapters. The old drivers were already bit, so clearly could have worked fine - as they clearly did to download, update, and install Windows Who makes any money by failing to support millions of devices that probably never will get Windows 10 drivers made for them at this point in their life-cycle? I extracted the Atheros driver from this archive and put it on http: Likewise, the bundled Broadcom drivers didn't work either for the same reason. Still waiting to see if any bit Windows 10 drivers ever appear for these devices.