Free Download Intel Pro Wireless 3945abg Driver Install Update
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Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection Driver
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Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Drivers
This isn't a question, it's a solution that worked for me so I thought I would post it pre-emptively! Having just forced it to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10, I noticed straight away that the wireless was not working maybe that's why I didn't ever see the Microsoft upgrade option. Nothing much seemed to happen, but on checking Device Manager, the system indicated that the driver is installed but "the device failed to start". I disabled the device, then enabled it - still nothing Anyway it rebooted, connected to my network and is running perfectly. Not bad for an old Vista machine. Maybe the driver was installed all along and all I needed to do was reboot the machine in the first place. I don't know, drivers aren't really my thing!