Realtek wireless lan driver

I have sầu tried the normal avenues but I am hitting a dead-end with regards khổng lồ the Sony site, which is probably one of the worst I have seen with regards to navigation. 32 bit drivers are available but not 64 bit

Anyone point me in the right direction for this one?

Thanks BSOD"D



OK, so I reinstalled the OS from another ISO, (not a Sony iso) one which I had from technet & this time the driver is there. So I guess it is now a native sầu to lớn Windows 7. I"ll say it again though, Sony driver site is bloody woeful


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From a quiông chồng look it appears that"s an older Model and they never released updated drivers. Can you tell what the Model of the wireless card is?



Possibly Atheros

I am going on that because of this link - http://sonyvaiodriver.com/sony-vaio-vgn-n21sw-windows-vista-drivers/

Wireless LAN Driver (Atheros) - 7.4B – 7.4.2.15


Seems likely. Maybe this one?

http://forums.laptopvideo2go.com/topic/14833-latest-atheros-wlan-drivers-for-windows-7-and-vista-x86...

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Kelly Armitage wrote:

Don"t "guess", use the device manager / hardware ID & Google it.... it rarely fails.

Very good idea. For some reason I always forget that. I guess it"s because I rarely need khổng lồ vày it any more... so many drivers are so easy khổng lồ find nowadays.

I *ALWAYS* seem lớn encounter an obscure driver for an HPhường notebook that I can never find. (và their site continually offers me 38 options for a single model). Although I agree with you... it should be a snap...


Larry - no dice with those drivers, appreciate the effort though.

Always forget about the hardware id"s will get baông chồng khổng lồ you On that, need to lớn run out the door


My last job was working as a repair agent for Sony VAIO ( I jumped out when I found out they were pulling out of Australia).

The only thing your going lớn be able lớn do with that unit is:

1 Do an installation from the original truyền thông media.

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Don"t waffle crap about bloat-ware there is drivers and software for power use and battery maintenance.(you would not believe the amount of issues I had with people doing generic installations on branded computers that became "broken" and a recovery from supplied media fixed it. And I"m not talking I got a virus 400,000 browser add ins and tool-bars and now its slow.

2 Then perform và in line upgrade. Don"t boot from the disc load it in windows và cliông xã upgrade

3 See if the original XPhường driver carries over to lớn 7.(I"m assuming your going for 7).

4 http://www.sony.teo.uk/support/en/content/cnt-dwnl/VGN-N21S/list

This should be all your drivers after the tăng cấp.

There was a lot of models where Sony didn"t bother with 64 bit tư vấn. Go 32 and hope for the best


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vivian8068 wrote:

 See if the original XP. driver carries over khổng lồ 7.(I"m assuming your going for 7).

That"s not possible. There is no in place upgrade from XPhường khổng lồ 7. Also, there is no in place tăng cấp from an 32 bit OS khổng lồ a 64 bit OS. A fresh install is the only option.
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BSOD'D Aug 23, năm trước at 08:28 UTC

OK, so I reinstalled the OS from another ISO, (not a Sony iso) one which I had from technet and this time the driver is there. So I guess it is now a native lớn Windows 7. I"ll say it again though, Sony driver site is bloody woeful


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Daniel7338 Aug 27, 2014 at 13:00 UTC

pcidatabase.com - use the Vendor ID and Device ID to find the driver you need. This site has been about 95% effective for me for finding missing drivers Especially since my company buys windows 8 machines và downgrades lớn windows 7.


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BSOD'D Aug 28, 2014 at 06:44 UTC

Daniel7338 wrote:

pcidatabase.com - use the Vendor ID and Device ID to lớn find the driver you need. This site has been about 95% effective for me for finding missing drivers Especially since my company buys windows 8 machines & downgrades to lớn windows 7.

Did that as per Kelly"s post, no dice. Used pcidatabase site too


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