MSI GT70 2OC BIGFOOT LAN DRIVER DETAILS:
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MSI GT70 2OC BIGFOOT LAN DRIVER
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How to fix issues with Killer Lan/WLan
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Log into your router per instructions under most routers or see router docs online. Most are set to Auto or something else that everyone else is using, so that will clear your connection a lot. I had to change from channel 9 to 6.
Now, the only issue with this method is that it may be only from now on connecting you to the "G" connection of your router, rather than the higher and newer "N". Still not sure on this, haven't and can't test fully to see if the "n" network will also MSI GT70 2OC BigFoot LAN with this setup.
It doesn't happen for everyone and rarely on Win 7, so hopefully this will be fixed one day, so we can use our full speeds and reliably. Also, unless you have the most super speed wireless on the planet, you won't miss the "n" speeds if it doesn't actually work at the moment. So, not sure how well it does. Only so far have connected to my home which uses 2. You should have a working wireless Internet connection now, rarely dropping I just went 30 hours with only one disconnect I believe, just had to right click on the Wireless Icon MSI GT70 2OC BigFoot LAN Troubleshoot, and it cleared the connection.
So, it seems you just have to do this every once in awhile, and it varies greatly the timeline. Like today after a several hours rest, I just turned the computer on, it worked and then it just disconnected. I might now go for awhile, or it could MSI GT70 2OC BigFoot LAN again, and then it work for awhile, just depends. And the "Lowest" setting in Roaming Aggressiveness in the Driver Advanced setting seems to work better I would guess than the Highest setting.
At least this is a reasonably working work around, MSI GT70 2OC BigFoot LAN have internet at least, and that's what's important. Though, it's kinda messed up that Intel didn't create this fix I got it work in about days This will completely remove the Killer software including the driverwhich is safer than just uninstalling the software via Windows which will still also remove the driver. As you will lose the ethernet connection you should have the driver downloaded above ready to install.
It doesn't come with an installer but you can just enter Windows device manager after a reboot and choose to update the driver for the unknown ethernet MSI GT70 2OC BigFoot LAN listed there. Free Download MSI GT70 2OC BigFoot Killer LAN Driver for Windows 7 bit (Network Card). MSI are using the Bigfoot Killer E LAN with the Killer N and we recorded some fantastic download speeds across wireless via the.