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2010-05-24 07:30 PM
2010-05-24 07:42 PM
FrustratedDude wrote: My PTV was working pretty well, but then I found the little paper inserted with it telling me about the "critical driver updates."
So I installed them.
Now, when I try to open the program it says "Intel My WiFi Technology not enabled. Restart the computer and try again."
Needless to say, no amount of restarting fixes the problem. Nor did uninstalling the program and then reinstalling it.
[FYI: Using the Sony VPCS111FM/S]
2010-05-24 08:18 PM
2010-05-24 08:30 PM
katrinabernardino wrote: Download the new Intel WiFi driver from the link ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/PTV1000_PC_Wirel ess_220.127.116.11.zip
2010-05-24 08:33 PM
2010-05-24 08:50 PM
katrinabernardino wrote: Important NOTE: If the Intel Wireless Display application is not shut down prior to updating the driver, the software will cause the wireless driver update to FAIL! If the wireless driver update was not successful due to the Intel(R) Wireless Display software's being active (see note above), then the adapter may display "Unable to get IP address" and/or the Intel(R) Wireless Display software may display "Application has an issue" and exit. Solution: Shut down the Intel(R) Wireless Display software. Uninstall the wireless driver. Reinstall a clean copy of the wireless driver.
2010-05-24 09:20 PM
2010-06-19 07:15 PM
2010-06-19 07:22 PM
bghauck wrote: I have the identical problem on a Dell Studio. The PTV1000 and wifi Wireless worked great until a few weeks ago. Now everytime I try to use it I receive the same message "Intel My WiFi Techonolgy not enabled". I've removed and reinstalled all software/drivers several times, being very careful to follow all instructions (i.e., turning WiFi Technology off before reinstalling). Nothing changes. I've checked everything in Device Manager which reports everything is working fine.
Also, when I right click on My Wifi Technology icon the options to enable or disenable it are greyed out and inoperable. I tried everything I can think of - turning off firewall, turning off/on the wifi radio switch, checked all internet settings, rebooted after every system change to ensure a "clean" attempt. Nothing is working. Also see many similar complaints on Intel's website, as well as Toshiba's website about this identical problem.
Any suggestions? I called Geek Squad and they claim not to be aware of the problem, and had no suggestions.
2010-06-20 06:20 AM
2010-06-21 08:33 AM
2010-06-21 09:36 AM
My wifi works fine, just not my widi. Wifi connects to wireless modem and bluetooth. When I right click on My WiFi Technology, the enable and disable options are greyed out. And when I try to open/install Intel Wireless Display, I get a message that My Wifi Technology is disabled. Nonetheless, I did turn off the switch, reboot and turn it back on. No change.
Dogbert wrote: So do you have wireless access at all on the laptop? If not, double check that the actual physical switch for the wifi on the laptop isn't turned off? You can also try turning it off and on again, or turn it off, reboot, then turn it back on. (I've ran across this before a couple of times, one of which was the laptop thinking the wifi switch wasn't enabled when it was. The other was having to uninstall and reinstall the drivers.)
2010-06-22 12:15 AM
2010-06-22 07:26 AM
vmr wrote: The Intel ProSet Wireless Driver upgrade instructions states that you should go into Custom Setup and explicitly enable Intel My WiFi technology when upgrading the driver. The default setup may not install My WiFi technology required for Intel Wireless Display.
Below is the link for Intel Proset WiFI driver upgrade instructions:
2010-06-22 03:25 PM
2010-06-22 04:41 PM
zashi21 wrote: Try doing this:
2010-06-22 05:00 PM
bghauck wrote: I can't even get to that point. When I try to open Intel Wireless Display, I get the message "Intel My WiFi Technology not enabled. Restart the computer and try again" and the program automatically closes - thus I never get to the screen to tell it to scan for adaptors.
2010-06-22 05:34 PM
zashi21 wrote: Intel My Wifi tech has its own icon on the bottom right corner of your screen. Try right clicking it and open the application, there's a way to enable and disable it from there. I'm trying to find some screenshots of it but cant find any on the web. I've ran into this problem before on one of my friends computer that i had to get to the the Intel my wifi tech window and enable-disable it.
It should be left disabled before closing the application then open Intel wireless display and it supposed to enable the Intel my wifi tech automatically..
2010-06-28 07:03 AM
2010-07-02 08:52 AM
2010-07-02 02:00 PM
zashi21 wrote: how updating the driver of the wifi?