In order to connect to WiFi, make sure your computer has a wireless adapter. To check for it, you can: Click the Start button, type device manager in the search box, and select Device Manager. Expand Network adapters, and check if there’s any device with the words Wireless Adapter or WiFi as its name. If there is, follow the steps below to connect WiFi in Windows 7.
To turn on/off the Wireless in Windows 7 using the software switch: 1. Look in the lower right corner of the desktop for the Windows 7 power icon. Looks like a battery with an AC plug. 2. Right-click on the power icon and a popup menu should appear. Choose the Windows Mobility Center and click on it. 3.
Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi Software version = 21.40.5. Driver version = 188.8.131.52 for Windows 7 for 18265, 8265, 3168, 18260, 8260, 17265, 7265 (Rev. D), and 3165. Note: This Software Release version does not include new drivers for the Intel® Wireless 7265 Family (Rev.C), Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160 and Intel® Wireless 7260 Family adapters. Please refer to the following link for latest available drivers here.
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Realtek WIFI Driver for Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows 8.1 (64-bit) - Lenovo H50-05, H30-05
How to enable your WiFi Adapter so your computer can see WiFi networks.
Run Device Manager. Double-click Network Adapters, then double-click Realtek RTL8191SE Wireless LAN 802.11n PCI-E NIC. Select the Driver tab and verify that the driver version is 2007.1.1002.2009.
Wireless Drivers For Windows 7 Utility - 5.1: Get official Wireless Drivers for your Windows 7 system. Wireless Drivers For Windows 7 Utility scans your computer for missing, corrupt, and outdated wireless drivers and automatically updates them to the latest, most compatible version.