wireless not working in windows 8 i have a samsung laptop

wireless not working in windows 8 i have a samsung laptop
 

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Last updated February 17, 2020 Views 3,003 Applies to:

Hi Dennis,

have you installed the latest Windows 8 drivers for your Laptop/wireless drivers?

Go to the Samsung support page and locate your system, OS, and drivers.

Download, Install, reboot.

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i see every i should download but not on the internet wont let me

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Please rephrase that last response, I didn't understand what you sent.

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I have a samsung notebook 5 series np535u3c and i have the same problem, but i dont know what kind of drivers to install.. What should i install to make the wireless work? and i also have a problem with netflix, something about the screen to do, and i cannot watch movies... help needed

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what shows up in device manager, do you see a wireless card at all?

on the Samsung support site look for wifi drivers for your system

if more than 1 is listed, download ALL of them

trial and error, run the setup for each driver, see if it works, if it fails, uninstall, try the next one

 

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Hi,

one issue per poster please. :)

I would suggest if anyone has an issue to create a new thread with all available information in it. That way the community will have a chance to look at your issue.

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Check your device manager, if you are one of the many unfortunate Samsung users (like myself with a Samsung 7 series with Win 8) stuck with an Intel Centrino N6235 wifi card, you are best off buying a USB wireless device until Intel figures out what exactly is the problem. Ive seen disabling the bluetooth, setting power settings to max performance, or setting the wifi to only use the 5Ghz setting as possible solutions, but none of them work in every instance, this wifi card is just plain broken and Intel is taking their sweet time figuring out whats wrong.

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