I’m getting the same issue on my CL running Windows 8 Pro. Further to my last post…Finally… fully installed Windows 10 Pro upgrade! I have 25 of the motion CL, migrated all to win8 just to have the exact same issue with disappearing and reappearing WLAN cards. Unfortunately, downloaded Win 10 and when attempted to install I got a Windows update failed notice! Monday, August 20, 2: Hi, I had similar issues there are two options if you have driver setup extract the package and then run setup marking it as Windows 7 compatible option which dosent works in your case The best option is to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro along with application and settings and this works well, during this process it detecs the driver and dosent prompts it as not supported. Browse to the location where you extracted the Atheros drivers to and select it.
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I have the same wifi card in my Dell Latitude ST. Saturday, August 18, 4: For example, setting the driver setup to Windows 7 compatibility mode and also installing earlier versions of the driver 3. It seems like we all just have to sit and wait and hope someone releases an updated driver. Hi Cryomike, go to the following Download: Atheros ar6003 windows 8 tell me if I download a Atheros ar6003 windows 8 10 network adapter driver then upgrade will work.
Seems as though it works longer while on AC power than battery but not sure.
Motion CL tablet Atheros AR wireless driver
Atheros ar6003 windows 8 is ok, but not the wifi atheros Thanks for your help anyway. Not happy but atherow it seems I can do about it. Give it a try and let us knwo if you see the same result. I am having a battle between Microsoft and Dell Techies. I’m getting the same issue on my CL running Windows 8 Pro.
Thanks so atheros ar6003 windows 8 BCrossen and tgillies, I have 25 of the motion CL, migrated all to win8 just to have the exact same issue with disappearing and reappearing WLAN cards.
Let us know if it works!
Qualcomm Atheros AR6003 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi Adapter Windows Vista, Win7 Driver, Ver.126.96.36.199
Monday, October 29, 5: Monday, August 20, 2: If, from the tiled start screen you drag your finger from the right to left to atheros ar6003 windows 8 the side bar and then select setting and shutdown from there the tablet shuts down and on re-powering up the tablet the WLAN card works correctly.
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For Latitude Atheros ar6003 windows 8, please try these drivers: Wednesday, November 14, 7: Friday, November 9, 4: Sunday, September 2, 1: I have installed and re-installed many times using various troubleshooting steps. At first it would not recognize wireless drives, then it would not run drivers from Dell, stheros finding different drivers I was able to install, the wireless would go into limited connection after few minutes from boot up.
First uninstall the current driver and make sure you delete the driver as well when given the optionreboot then try to install the driver I have provided. Dell Wireless Hi, I had similar atheros ar6003 windows 8 there are two options if you have driver setup extract the package and then zr6003 setup marking it as Windows 7 compatible option which dosent works in your case The best option is to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8 Pro along with application and settings and this works well, during this process it detecs the driver and dosent prompts it as not supported.
Atheros WLAN Driver for Windows and Windows 10 – emtunc’s Blog
Anyone knows anything else that I might be missing here? Tuesday, August 21, 9: Something to try until they get the Aethros drivers ar66003.
So why is product that Aheros paid for works worse than a free prerelease of it? Has anyone been able to get wireless working reliably across shutdowns on their Motion CL?
I performed those tasks as part of my earliest troubleshooting, before making my original post. Proposed as answer by SonicLocutus Tuesday, February 12, 5: