09-05-2011 01:41 PM
Are there any updates on this issue? It is almost three months since the last post.
I have the same problem with my Edge E320. I changed "UEFI/Legacy Boot" to "Both" and "UEFI/Legacy Boot Priority" to "Legacy First", but the problems remains after the reboot. I can not reinstall Windows at the moment. There MUST be antoher solution.
10-06-2011 03:31 AM - edited 10-06-2011 03:56 AM
Any chance for a fixed driver? I've just bought an a/b/g/n adapter for $53 to my X120e and it doesn't work at all!
I do not want to reinstall my OS because of this.
11-30-2011 11:06 PM
Do you know how to fix a already installed running system?
I have here a E320 which can't obtain a dhcp address or find wireless network although all new drivers (the new you mentioned with UEFI support too) and devices are installed correctly and running properly. It also seems like you can't change the bios option from UEFI to Legacy afterwards. I suppose there is a Windows setting which was set during the installation and which is automatically changed when switching from UEFI to Legacy
01-11-2012 01:08 PM
I don't have the code 10 issue but rather a pc freezing issue associated with the abgn driver when running on battery power. I have a factory preload of Windows 7 Home Premium x64 that was anytime upgraded to Ultimate (and a Linux dual boot setup), and have the new abgn driver posted by JameZ. With the card enabled my pc will freeze while booting if running off the battery, or if already booted, it will freeze if ac power is removed. If I disable the card by turning off the WLAN using Fn+F5 it does not freeze while booting on battery power or if ac power is removed after already booted. In other words, the pc works perfectly with the abgn card disabled but freezes when enabled and running on battery power. (Note that the pc works perfectly on ac or battery when using the 1x1 bgn card instead.) Besides the WLAN driver, I've tried uninstalling/installing the power management driver, and unchecking the box "Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power" in the adapter's Power Management properties.
I had to resort to booting into Linux when running on battery the other day. Any ideas on how I can correct this problem? Thanks in advance.